[Homeroast] Homeroast Digest, Vol 81, Issue 27
howardbandy at gmail.com
Sat Nov 1 11:21:48 CDT 2014
Hi Hank --
Having an adequate supply of green coffee beans is one of the checklist
items as part of our home preparedness plan. We have a plastic tub in our
pantry with enough to get through a couple of months, if need be. And to
tide us over between annual crops. At first we worried that beans would go
stale, affecting flavor. We intentionally waited to roast beans purchased
a year ago, and they are still giving great results.
On Sat, Nov 1, 2014 at 7:38 AM, Hank Arnold <hankarnold at gmail.com> wrote:
> There's no doubt Sweet Maria's is the Crown Jewel for service and
> Beans....the only time I stray is when I don't order in time and need
> the Beans by the weekend when i have time to roast, so I go to an East
> Coast vendor that has good product and can be delivered at a
> reasonable cost in 2 days, instead of it being a minimum of 5 from
> > I've been an SM customer for about 20 years, starting back when they
> > were based in Ohio. I got an e-mail from another company selling green
> > coffee, so I put in a small order (4 1lb. bags) just to see how it was.
> > 2 of them were absolute dreck. I had to cull so many beans out of one
> > roast, it wasn't worth my time. So 2 of them went right in the trash.
> > The other 2 are OK, but not even close to the quality that SM offers. I
> > will probably wind up tossing them, too.
> > I just want to thank Tom and his crew for taking the time to offer the
> > best greens available. They truly are a cut above. Never again will I
> > stray from the pack.
> > Randy
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