[Homeroast] My Time in Coffee H#ll is About to End...
grandeau at gmail.com
Wed Aug 25 23:13:04 CDT 2010
When the "out of homeroast" situation hits again, try Whole Foods for
a "split the difference" coffee. Not as good as the good local
roasters, but for around $12 / lb, you can get decent, freshly roasted
coffee. Just look closely at the beans, as the variability in roast
accuracy is quite high. I've seen some labeled "lightly roasted" and
they are black and shiny.
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 11:31 PM, Sandy Andina <sandraandina at mac.com> wrote:
> nothing to be ashamed of, Lynne--there have been times between roasts (no beans, or too recently roasted) when I've resorted to buying beans from Intelly, Metropolis or Allegro......even (gasp!) K-Cups! (Losing patience with the family Keurig Platinum, which has started short-cupping again--the little Mini which travels on car trips does behave itself). Recently even got a gift of freshly roasted DaKine, ground (he knows not what he did, Lord!) for French Press. The thought was what counted....but it still brewed up pretty nicely.
> On Aug 25, 2010, at 10:20 PM, Lynne wrote:
>> Worst thing for a homeroaster befell me awhile ago - I ran out of beans.
>> I ran out a couple of months ago. In the meantime, I've been making do with
>> - cover your ears) grocery store coffee (oops, sorry, I should have told you
>> to cover
>> your eyes). Found a whole bean coffee that wasn't burnt beyond recognition
>> at my
>> local grocery store (couldn't afford to go to anyplace around here that
>> roasts their own
>> beans, but even if I did - I doubt that it would be worth the price they
>> charge today).
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