Green Coffee Sources List - 2019 - Page 4

Discuss roast levels and profiles for espresso, equipment for roasting coffee.
LCProaster

#31: Post by LCProaster »


LCProaster

#32: Post by LCProaster »

Lost Dutchman Roasters from Mesa AZ. Havent tried their beans. Yet. They just seem a bit pricey.

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CarefreeBuzzBuzz
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#33: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz » replying to LCProaster »

I added them to the list. I am not to far away these days and will go visit them. Thanks.
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GC7
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#34: Post by GC7 »

They have some interesting pre-blended beans.

Thanks

Avast

#35: Post by Avast »

Has anyone had a good experience with the RNY fracking store?

I am looking to buy SWP decaf that is as fresh as possible. I know that a lot of SWP decaf for sale comes from Royal, so perhaps they are a good source. Then again, is the fracking store just the leftovers that they couldn't sell?

Does anyone know a good source for SWP decaf? My favorite is Sweet Maria's so far, but they don't have Colombians and their offerings aren't as fresh as they could be.

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#36: Post by Chert »

Avast wrote:
Does anyone know a good source for SWP decaf?
Bodhi has my favorite, but you would have to scrutinize about the freshness bit or maybe call them. They also have a decaf Colombian excelso.

Honduras CAPUCAS decaf
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sal_maz

#37: Post by sal_maz »

US based provider (Brooklyn NY) www.croptocup.com

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CarefreeBuzzBuzz
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#38: Post by CarefreeBuzzBuzz »

CarefreeBuzzBuzz wrote:I added them to the list. I am not to far away these days and will go visit them. Thanks.
I went into the shop. Had an espresso and my wife had a cap. Neither of us were impressed. They had 5 or 6 kinds of beans. They didn't impress me either so we left with none. They just didn't look consistent or inviting to me.
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pGolay

#39: Post by pGolay »

roasterman wrote:Great List. SweetMaria's is now my go to source.
Features SweetMaria's offer that other green coffee providers can't even list are:
#1 Arrival Date
#2 Cupping Scores
#3 Best roasting degree. I like this as what type of beans to select.
Just to add to this sub-list - Burman provides arrival date & lot number, tasting and roasting notes on their SO offerings.
-PG

LCProaster

#40: Post by LCProaster »

Here's another roaster in NJ that sells green and roasted. And you can compare yours to theirs.
http://www.marltoncoffee.com/green-coff ... specialty/