Shoutout to Sweet Bloom Coffee - Page 2

Discuss flavors, brew temperatures, blending, and cupping notes.
Catherwood

Postby Catherwood » May 30, 2018, 12:50 pm

Checked out their website and see they also carry honey from Guatemala, FINCA EL APIARIO. Ipsento in Chicago used to have this but no longer offer it. Good to find a new source for an excellent product.

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Chert

Postby Chert » Jun 14, 2018, 8:09 pm

CHECK IT. Sweet Bloom is resident coffee at LM Seattle cafe this month!

santa

Postby santa » replying to Chert » Jun 14, 2018, 8:17 pm

Very cool.

My shots at home aren't as good as the ones in their shop, but at least I'm getting closer!

wingnutsglory

Postby wingnutsglory » Jun 16, 2018, 11:58 am

Chert wrote:CHECK IT. Sweet Bloom is resident coffee at LM Seattle cafe this month!


FYI - new deliveries there on Fridays. Apparently they disappear quickly.

As someone else mentioned, Millstead carries them as well.

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Chert

Postby Chert » Jun 23, 2018, 6:21 pm

Good to know.

I don't pass through Seattle very often. This time off a little camping trip, I could find the time for neither LM cafe nor Milstead.

wingnutsglory

Postby wingnutsglory » Yesterday, 4:34 pm

Just tried Hometown and Gesha Lot 96 today as espresso. Both were at 1w post-roast and truly amazing coffees. The Gesha was liquid jasmine flowers (my first gesha) and Hometown was like blackberry pralines. Delicious.

cmin

Postby cmin » replying to wingnutsglory » Yesterday, 4:51 pm

Great coffee and love Hometown, but it irks the heck out of me that they don't do larger bag orders or even a discount if ordering multiple bags. Annoys me when roasters do that lol. Like If I wanted 5lbs I have to order 6-7 12oz bags at full price, when so many other roasters offer a larger lb option or discount for multiple bags. Had at their shop also in CO.