[Homeroast] Shipping the Behmor?
nmalnati at gmail.com
Wed May 7 05:34:18 CDT 2014
Double box if you're that worried about it. Pack with peanuts 2x.
Personally I'd use the travel as an opportunity to get some new roasted beans from different roasters. Roasting is a pain on the road. Enjoy your time away from home. Splurge on some Terroir coffee or some stump town and take some good tasting notes on origins.
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On Tue, May 6, 2014 at 1:07 PM, John Mac <johnt.mac at gmail.com> wrote:
> They made it all the way from China in a container ship on the high seas.
> Where are you shipping yours?
> On Mon, May 5, 2014 at 5:27 PM, Josh Moore <jlmo at cs.cornell.edu> wrote:
>> I'll be living away from my usual locale for the summer, and since the work
>> I'm away for reimburses some shipping costs and I have little else I care
>> to ship, I was considering taking my Behmor with me. Trouble is I'm not so
>> sure how to prepare it for shipping or if there's a high risk of something
>> getting damaged during shipping. I guess it's a pretty sturdy device,
>> but... any thoughts?
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