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Trans-Canada Coffee Adventure, Part 2: The Prairies, The Cafe Stage
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geoffm
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Joined: 7 Nov 2007
Posts: 28
Location: Edmonton
Expertise: I love coffee

Espresso: 1997 LaPavini Pub 2 group,...
Grinder: Rancilio Rocky
Drip: aeropress, french press
Roaster: mostly Intelligentsia and...
Posted Thu Feb 7, 2008, 2:15pm
Subject: Re: Trans-Canada Coffee Adventure, Part 2: The Prairies, The Cafe Stage
 

Hey RussP,

I was reading a thread here the last couple days.  Somebody in Wisconsin had posted they were going to Chicago and was asking if anyone would join him in a cafe tour.  Well, Doug Zell responded and offered his roasting works up for the event.  Apparently alot of people attended and all had fun and learned alot.  
I was just thinking that if your facilities would allow it, and you were willing, this would be a great thing to do.
I have read alot of your posts, and looked at your website but have never taken the plunge to try or buy your coffees.  I think this would be a boost for other people as well that want to try a new roaster.
Anyway, just a thought.  And if you do go for this, count me in as attending.

Thanks
Geoff
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geoffm
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Joined: 7 Nov 2007
Posts: 28
Location: Edmonton
Expertise: I love coffee

Espresso: 1997 LaPavini Pub 2 group,...
Grinder: Rancilio Rocky
Drip: aeropress, french press
Roaster: mostly Intelligentsia and...
Posted Wed Feb 13, 2008, 3:49pm
Subject: Re: Trans-Canada Coffee Adventure, Part 2: The Prairies, The Cafe Stage
 

How bout it RussP.  Give us a chance to talk about a different roaster?

Geoff
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