The smell of roasting coffee beans is quite different from the aroma of brewed coffee, and not everone finds it pleasant. However, I'm quite sure you can find an air freshener that gives off an artificial coffee smell, unless you want to do it the natural way and brew some coffee.
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Coffee air fresheners, vs wasting coffee just for the smell... unless your going to drink it all lol. I had a coffee or hazelnut before one for the Glades freshners I have throughout the house. Or something like this looks cool: Click Here (scentsy.net)
As a roaster, but primarily a farmer, I don't agree. We have a roaster on the back porch and when you roast Kona- what we grow- you smell the very best. Luscious and yummy and when you drink it- tastes the same goodness and even more so. Jst my $.02
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