Washington Roasters - Page 3

Discuss flavors, brew temperatures, blending, and cupping notes.
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#21: Post by SteveRhinehart » Jan 16, 2020, 2:06 pm

grog wrote:Also, Slate. Another Seattle roaster with great stuff regularly in rotation.
At least to my knowledge these complaints against Slate remain unresolved. https://sprudge.com/citing-a-toxic-work ... 46039.html


#22: Post by jdv » Jan 18, 2020, 1:02 am

Have you tried Caffé d'Arte? They use traditional Italian-style roasting methods. Dark, but not as charred as Starbucks, and the resulting brews are not as acidic/sour as the currently-popular "third wave" espressos.

I think most of their product is sold to the restaurant trade. But they have a cafe in Pioneer Square (Seattle), where you can buy whole beans. Some of the Seattle-area QFC grocery stores carry their coffee, under the "Capri" branding. But who knows how long it's been sitting on the shelf.