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Old 14-05-2005, 03:10 PM
rainmaker
 
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Default Fresh Roasted Gourmet Coffee made with 100% Arabica Coffee Beans

Phillips Coffee provides the best cup of fresh roasted gourmet coffee &
specialty coffees by roasting top quality Arabica Coffee Beans to
perfection ...this really is great coffee!

www.PhillipsCoffee.com


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Old 14-05-2005, 07:14 PM
Mark Thorson
 
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rainmaker wrote:

Phillips Coffee provides the best cup of fresh roasted gourmet
coffee & specialty coffees by roasting top quality Arabica
Coffee Beans to perfection ...this really is great coffee!


No, it's garbage. Totally unfit for drinking.
If you want good coffee, you need to roast
it yourself. I bought my coffee roaster
(a FreshRoastPlus8) and buy my green
coffee beans at http://www.sweetmarias.com

You can get started by buying their sample pack,
and do the roasting in a hot air popper.
Instructions are on the web site. Once you
have a chance to taste really fresh coffee,
you'll never go back to buying stale coffee.
There's no substitute.



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Old 14-05-2005, 10:24 PM
JimLane
 
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Mark Thorson wrote:
rainmaker wrote:


Phillips Coffee provides the best cup of fresh roasted gourmet
coffee & specialty coffees by roasting top quality Arabica
Coffee Beans to perfection ...this really is great coffee!



No, it's garbage. Totally unfit for drinking.
If you want good coffee, you need to roast
it yourself. I bought my coffee roaster
(a FreshRoastPlus8) and buy my green
coffee beans at http://www.sweetmarias.com

You can get started by buying their sample pack,
and do the roasting in a hot air popper.
Instructions are on the web site. Once you
have a chance to taste really fresh coffee,
you'll never go back to buying stale coffee.
There's no substitute.




I agree. Hearthware Gourmet and beans from West Coast Roasting, Cafe
Calabria or Smithfarms (www.smithfarms.com).


jim


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