[Homeroast] What Coffee Do You Buy, When You Can't Roast
ghollrigel at gmail.com
Tue Jul 9 11:17:05 CDT 2013
Counter Culture from North Carolina is good. I've also bought from Cafe
Grumpy in Manhattan, and they're good. If you want a list of roasters from
the country, I think there are a number of options on the West Coast, and
from my experience with mail order, the roasted beans arrive within 2-4
days post roast, so they're fresh. I like Verve, Stumptown, Chromatic, and
Compass Coffee (http://www.compasscoffeeroasting.com).
On Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 9:10 AM, Demian Ebert <coffehound at gmail.com> wrote:
> When I get stuck for time I buy from Spella or Trailhead here in Portland.
> Mostly Spella. That doesn't help you in Boston though. I'd look for the
> little roasters locally or order roasted from Tom if that didn't work.
> Nothing available commercially will he as good as your homeroasted.
> Portland OR
> On Jul 9, 2013 7:56 AM, "Seth Grandeau" <grandeau at gmail.com> wrote:
> > My dear wife has asthma, so I only roast when she's out of the house and
> > never roast when her breathing is bothering her. So, when I'm caught,
> > without homeroast, I break down and buy some commercial. I was curious
> > what coffees others on the list actually buy, when they don't have
> > homeroast on hand.
> > I've been visiting my local Whole Foods, where they roast coffee and I've
> > been trying some of their Africans. They're OK, but not exceptional. I
> > have had better luck with a local roaster in the Boston area, Barisimo.
> > I've had some very good coffees from them, but at a higher price point.
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