List of our Favorite Roasters - Page 14

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LeBreadman
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Postby LeBreadman » May 05, 2012, 10:08 pm

I bought a bag of beans from Cafe St-Henri in Montreal and their godshot espresso is really good. Up there with 49th parallel's blend right now. http://www.sainthenri.ca/

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Postby SimonPatrice » May 05, 2012, 10:11 pm

Have you tried any of their non-espresso roasts? Also, do you know if they roast more frequently now?

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Postby LeBreadman » May 05, 2012, 10:19 pm

No i only tried their espresso roast and about if they roast more frequently i received the beans thursday and they were roasted tuesday so my guess is they roast once a week

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Postby SimonPatrice » May 06, 2012, 5:31 am

Thanks a lot! I'll have to drop by St-Henri again when I get the chance.
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Postby Chert » Jun 21, 2012, 12:52 am

Highly recommended for their Big Truck Espresso, direct trade and other single origin offerings: Olympia Coffee Roasting Co. I've had delicious espresso and pourovers at their Cherry Street Café (around the corner from Espresso Parts) and found their shipping very prompt.
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Postby Intrepid510 » Jun 24, 2012, 3:58 pm

Surprised I do not see De La Paz on the list. They are San Francisco roaster that has been around for more than a handful of years now, started slow and are just now going to open their own shop sometime this year.

I have never been done wrong by their single origins, and their espresso is in the seasonal ever changing variety.

I really enjoy their Mission blend as a hearty cup of coffee, very nice Sumatran in it that gives it a dark spicey note that I really love when in the mood for a darker roasted. Weird I did not see it on their website ho as I just got a bag yesterday. Don't let that fool you tho they are definitely a light roast sort of place, just glad they do the dark justice.

http://www.delapazcoffee.com/

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Postby zin1953 » Oct 16, 2012, 10:11 am

Added Kifu Roasters . . .
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Postby Ricpac » Dec 02, 2012, 4:06 pm

add tobysestate.com brooklyn, N.Y

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Postby Ricpac » Dec 03, 2012, 1:47 am

anybody ever tried dallis?? any recommendations? im looking to buy one bag from every place i can(central, south america, india, africa)

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Postby Chert » Jan 06, 2013, 4:47 pm

Here are two other skilled roasters I would recommend for such a list:

MADCAP and Brown Coffee Co.
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