Coffee (rec.drink.coffee) Discussing coffee. This includes selection of brands, methods of making coffee, etc. Discussion about coffee in other forms (e.g. desserts) is acceptable.

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Old 18-12-2003, 02:10 AM
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Hi jim,

You must have a Commercial Roater in the area, somewhere ?

Most will sell out of the front office to chaps like you and me at very
decent retail prices; $ 8.00 Vs the 16.00 you'll pay at the local
"specialty" retail shop....

Give them a call and ask !

regards....todd






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I'd be very interested! Thanks.



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Hi jim,

You must have a Commercial Roater in the area, somewhere ?

Most will sell out of the front office to chaps like you and me at very
decent retail prices; $ 8.00 Vs the 16.00 you'll pay at the local
"specialty" retail shop....

Give them a call and ask !

regards....todd






wrote:
I'd be very interested! Thanks.



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Old 07-01-2004, 01:35 AM
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Try Peets....they're the best


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Try Peets....they're the best


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I'd be very interested! Thanks.



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Old 08-01-2004, 04:34 PM
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Howdy wrote:
Try Peets....they're the best


That, of course, is an opinion. My opinion is that Peet's doesn't know
how to shut off the roaster when the roast is done. YMMV.

Tony V.

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Old 08-01-2004, 04:34 PM
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Howdy wrote:
Try Peets....they're the best


That, of course, is an opinion. My opinion is that Peet's doesn't know
how to shut off the roaster when the roast is done. YMMV.

Tony V.

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Old 26-01-2004, 01:18 AM
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Actually, roasting your own beans gives you some great advantages.
First of all, the green coffee is a lot cheaper than pre-roasted coffee.

You can roast to your taste, light or dark, and you can try different
types and blends of coffee. You can roast several ways: there are a few
roasters under 150 bucks, most are around 200, and a stovetop popcorn
popper is only 26, with a few bucks more for a thermometer. This method
is only good if you have a good stove exhaust or you roast outdoors, but
it's my favorite method.

Check out: http://www.sweetmarias.com/

They have all of the info and supplies you might need.

Richard

Alan wrote:

On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 20:54:23 -0800, Jim Lane
wrote:


wrote:


I'd be very interested! Thanks.


I'd suggest walking to the local coffeehouse to get your coffee. Beats
shipping and the cooling that happens when fresh coffee is shipped in


from Hawaii, air or not.


Oh, you mean pre-roasted? Don't touch the stuff myself, prefer roasting
green beans and I'm hard put to know exactly when those cheries were
picked and the difference in one bean from the first of the season to
the last.


jim



Aren't you special!


He asked for mail-order, and you brag about your own taste.

Sheesh!




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Actually, roasting your own beans gives you some great advantages.
First of all, the green coffee is a lot cheaper than pre-roasted coffee.

You can roast to your taste, light or dark, and you can try different
types and blends of coffee. You can roast several ways: there are a few
roasters under 150 bucks, most are around 200, and a stovetop popcorn
popper is only 26, with a few bucks more for a thermometer. This method
is only good if you have a good stove exhaust or you roast outdoors, but
it's my favorite method.

Check out: http://www.sweetmarias.com/

They have all of the info and supplies you might need.

Richard

Alan wrote:

On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 20:54:23 -0800, Jim Lane
wrote:


wrote:


I'd be very interested! Thanks.


I'd suggest walking to the local coffeehouse to get your coffee. Beats
shipping and the cooling that happens when fresh coffee is shipped in


from Hawaii, air or not.


Oh, you mean pre-roasted? Don't touch the stuff myself, prefer roasting
green beans and I'm hard put to know exactly when those cheries were
picked and the difference in one bean from the first of the season to
the last.


jim



Aren't you special!


He asked for mail-order, and you brag about your own taste.

Sheesh!






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Old 26-01-2004, 12:44 PM
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In article ,
Richard Hurwitz wrote:
Actually, roasting your own beans gives you some great advantages.
First of all, the green coffee is a lot cheaper than pre-roasted coffee.

You can roast to your taste, light or dark, and you can try different
types and blends of coffee. You can roast several ways: there are a few
roasters under 150 bucks, most are around 200, and a stovetop popcorn
popper is only 26, with a few bucks more for a thermometer. This method
is only good if you have a good stove exhaust or you roast outdoors, but
it's my favorite method.

Check out: http://www.sweetmarias.com/

They have all of the info and supplies you might need.



If you google this group for 'popcorn" you'll find several threads
about using air popcorn poppers to roast beans.


Richard

Alan wrote:

On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 20:54:23 -0800, Jim Lane
wrote:


wrote:


I'd be very interested! Thanks.

I'd suggest walking to the local coffeehouse to get your coffee. Beats
shipping and the cooling that happens when fresh coffee is shipped in


from Hawaii, air or not.


Oh, you mean pre-roasted? Don't touch the stuff myself, prefer roasting
green beans and I'm hard put to know exactly when those cheries were
picked and the difference in one bean from the first of the season to
the last.


jim



Aren't you special!


He asked for mail-order, and you brag about your own taste.

Sheesh!






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Al Dykes
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Al Dykes
 
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Default Who has the best, freshest coffee by mailorder?

In article ,
Richard Hurwitz wrote:
Actually, roasting your own beans gives you some great advantages.
First of all, the green coffee is a lot cheaper than pre-roasted coffee.

You can roast to your taste, light or dark, and you can try different
types and blends of coffee. You can roast several ways: there are a few
roasters under 150 bucks, most are around 200, and a stovetop popcorn
popper is only 26, with a few bucks more for a thermometer. This method
is only good if you have a good stove exhaust or you roast outdoors, but
it's my favorite method.

Check out: http://www.sweetmarias.com/

They have all of the info and supplies you might need.



If you google this group for 'popcorn" you'll find several threads
about using air popcorn poppers to roast beans.


Richard

Alan wrote:

On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 20:54:23 -0800, Jim Lane
wrote:


wrote:


I'd be very interested! Thanks.

I'd suggest walking to the local coffeehouse to get your coffee. Beats
shipping and the cooling that happens when fresh coffee is shipped in


from Hawaii, air or not.


Oh, you mean pre-roasted? Don't touch the stuff myself, prefer roasting
green beans and I'm hard put to know exactly when those cheries were
picked and the difference in one bean from the first of the season to
the last.


jim



Aren't you special!


He asked for mail-order, and you brag about your own taste.

Sheesh!






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Al Dykes
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Old 02-02-2004, 02:33 PM
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Just wondering about you're stovetop popcorn maker method.......what's the
optimum temp and how long do you roast the green coffee in your popper?
Thanks. Grey



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Old 02-02-2004, 02:33 PM
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Default Who has the best, freshest coffee by mailorder?

Just wondering about you're stovetop popcorn maker method.......what's the
optimum temp and how long do you roast the green coffee in your popper?
Thanks. Grey



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Old 18-02-2004, 04:22 AM
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Default Who has the best, freshest coffee by mailorder?

Well depending upon just how fresh you wanted I mean this coffee isn't
righ off the coffee bush but it is fresh and delivered to your door in
expensively and fast. http://www.coffeefirst.com/coffee/?refid=25443


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