[Homeroast] Coffee in L.A.
theotherjo at gmail.com
Fri Jul 15 16:29:36 CDT 2011
Looks can be deceiving, your description though sounds very inviting Ira.
If you get to check them out let us know who roasts for them.
On Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 11:08 AM, Ira <ira at extrasensory.com> wrote:
> At 06:43 PM 7/14/2011, you wrote:
>> I found myself chuckling and shaking my head quite a few times in that
>> Tom, why doesn't your roast pictorial guide have a "Brazilian" roast level
>> indicator? ;)
> And yet, for an article about coffee it was reasonable and the list of
> shops did include mostly ones I've heard good things about. I was walking
> home 2 weeks ago having just purchased a medium frozen yogurt and walked by
> the door of one of the shops mentioned in the article. Didn't have a coffee
> because my hands were full but the shop looked very promising. 5 station
> siphon bar, 2 Mazzer grinders with no hoppers and tampers in their throats,
> nice 2 group espresso machine, Fuji Royal grinder for the siphons, and nice
> collections of old brewers on display in glass cases. I'll find out how it
> is later, but the first glance sure seemed like it might be promising.
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