Where can I buy good coffee online?

coffeefanatic232

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I can personally recommend the following roasters as I've used them & been very happy with their coffees.

http://www.counterculturecoffee.com/ind ... e&Itemid=1

http://www.intelligentsiacoffee.com/

http://www.ptscoffee.com/

http://www.sweetmarias.com/prod.roasted.html

http://www.terroircoffee.com/

A couple more that I plan to try in the future as they have an excellent reputation.

Coffee Roasted Daily | Stumptown Coffee Roasters

http://metropoliscoffee.com/

This site may prove helpful when trying to decide what to order:

http://www.coffeereview.com/index.cfm

When buying on line request Priority Mail shipping if delivery is more then 3 days from you using UPS. Also make sure that the beans are roasted & shipped the same day. All of the above work that way & put the roast date on the bag.

Thank you for this list!
 

Frihed89

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Thanks again to all

Here's how it works. I can buy the beans I like with pretty good reliability from Peers or Pablos (Denver) and get it shipped to me direct. I can also order coffee from Cafe Ibis in Logan and have it sent to my daughter in Salt Lake and have her ship it onward to Denmark. Then the fun begins. 99/100 times it goes into customs clearance where I get a small import duty + 25% tax on the goods and shipping tax + about $15 handling fee. Then, as is the case today, it gets lost in customs or they have a computer malfunction and it takes another 4 days - 2 weeks to get to me after I pay over the Internet.

I have searched and searched in Denmark and Europe for good French roast beans and they have always sucked.

Again, I thank you all for your help, very very much.

Best Regards to everyone, Mac
 

Frihed89

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To add to my last post. I have been out of the US for over 20 years! I try coffee regularly when I visit the US, but never seem to be able to find the right type of coffee (French Roast). This is usually because most roasters list the country of origin and a description of what it tastes like, which is hard fro me to decipher. If I find Peets (French Roast or Major Dickensons) or am in Denver (Pablos) or SLC (Cafe Ibis) I buy it there, because I know what I am getting. This last trip, I was able to snag a large bag of Pets Major Dickensons from a grocery store in Brooklyn and brought that home. In the meantime, I had my daughter send me some coffee from Cafe Ibis, but it has disappeared in Customs.

These are the trials I face.

Thanks again, Mac
 

BescaRoasting

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I generally buy most of my coffee from the people at Theta Ridge coffee. They have a warehouse in south bend Indiana. It's about a 3 and a half hour drive for me, but totally worth it. They have a great selection, and in addition to their storefront, they also have a store on shopify. I visited them a couple weeks ago for a blind cupping session, and their Colombian Decaf was so tasty I had to buy a bag despite myself.
 

archcherub

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Anyone bought fresh coffee beans from Vietnam or Laos?
i was searching for vietnamese coffee. introduced by a student of mine and whoooa! its nice!
 

cavason

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I agree, but I would suggest you look for the best local roaster and support them. Not only do you keep your money local, you also get the freshest beans.
 

dbrown

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Here's how it works. I can buy the beans I like with pretty good reliability from Peers or Pablos (Denver) and get it shipped to me direct. I can also order coffee from Cafe Ibis in Logan and have it sent to my daughter in Salt Lake and have her ship it onward to Denmark. Then the fun begins. 99/100 times it goes into customs clearance where I get a small import duty + 25% tax on the goods and shipping tax + about $15 handling fee. Then, as is the case today, it gets lost in customs or they have a computer malfunction and it takes another 4 days - 2 weeks to get to me after I pay over the Internet.

I have searched and searched in Denmark and Europe for good French roast beans and they have always sucked.

Again, I thank you all for your help, very very much.

Best Regards to everyone, Mac

Thank you for testifying, I also often encounter the same problem and I must admit that it is sometimes very painful to lose money :decaf: because you are just a lover of good coffee and a great curious person. I feel less alone now :)
 
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Coffeeweb

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I just opened a coffee website about a month ago you can check it out at coffeelovers1801.myshopify.com I don't know if we have the kind of coffee your looking for but check it out on the Contact page of the website you can send us a massage telling us what your looking for and we will see if we can get it and let you know
 

LovettaJacobs

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Thanks for this thread. I found a couple of interesting sites where you can order coffee in the United States. Now I will read the reviews there.: Ухмылка:
 

Kaylynn.Lopez48

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Hey all coffee lovers out there that are looking for luxurious online coffee!
I recently just opened my online coffee shop: kudaimonia.com

I have various different roasts from Light-Espresso. As a philosophy major in college, I was inspired to name my coffee after some of my favorite philosophers. Each one of our speciality roasts challenges you to find your own meaning of happiness. With each roast you get a brief insight to your philosopher's theory on happiness and you get to reflect on it as you experience happiness in every cup.

I also sell handmade soaps and candles.:smile:
 
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