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okbutfirstcoffee

New member
Apr 7, 2022
15
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United States
Does anyone have any suggestions for where to get coffee online? I tried one, but it was terrible.


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CupaGil

Member
May 21, 2022
38
1
Southeast USA
Hello coffeeforlife,

I'm sure you'll get a lot of replies to your posting. There are quite a number of folks here in this forum who have a great deal of experience buying and selling coffee on line.

Although it's convenient to buy coffee beans on-line, it may be to your advantage to find a local roaster where you can buy small amounts of freshly roasted beans at a time.

I haven't been able to explore the forum as much as I would like lately, but last night I finally had a chance to read some of the recent postings, and I read a posting from someone from Ohio who offers free shipping. That's always one of the considerations when you're buying on-line.

http://www.essentialwonders.com/servlet ... Categories

Take some time to look through some of the other coffee forum postings. You'll find a lot of people who sell beans on-line who have a wealth of knowledge and experience. Plus you can always check out their web sites and compare.

I'm reluctant to buy my coffee on-line because I want to see the roasted beans before I buy them. For example, one roaster's version of "mediun roast," can turn out to be quite different from someone elses. I got "burnt" a few times when I ordered on-line, and I hesitate to try it again.

Good Luck.

Rose
I think this is good advice. In my experience find the beans that sound good or are recommended to you from a roaster within three days of shipping time try them. If you like the beans and the roast great, but if you need to adjust the roast call the roaster and see if they will custom roast for you, and reorder. Once you have established a relationship work with the roaster to explore other beans and roasts. My main supplier fits this model and it's great. I visit the Coffee Review website and find growers/roasters and try beans that are highly rated as long as I can get them within three to four days. I live on the East Coast and recently ordered Kona beans from Hawaii. If you are lucky enough to have a roaster in your location you can go sample the coffee and buy the beans that great, but that may limit your choices.
Trying new beans to me is one of the fun things about being a coffee fanatic.
CupaGil
 

qwe7410

New member
Jun 11, 2015
11
0
When i was working in Singapore, I ordered my coffee beans from Fine Coffee Company , it appears that they are sold in US at a high price. Now I either get them in bulk from Europe or Stumptown when i'm feeling rich. :(
 

okbutfirstcoffee

New member
Apr 7, 2022
15
1
United States
The OKBF web store is a one-stop solution for all coffee fans. If you wish to enjoy the richness of fine brews at home, get on the site and buy coffee beans online now. Coffee products bought using the web are always better than the ones kept on shelves in a shop.
 
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