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Posted Sat Jan 25, 2014, 7:17am
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Hi Everyone, I'm new to the site and was wondering where do you get fresh roasted coffee in central NJ…If you buy it online, what site/s do you buy them from? I'm looking for both coffee and espresso beans. Thank you.
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Posted Sat Jan 25, 2014, 7:44am
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Depends on where you are. At the shore in Belmar, Turnstile coffee roasts their own and stock Stumptown Hairbender in their cafe. There are others, but I have not tried anyone else recently. I roast my own in the warmer months and usually order online when it is too cold to roast.

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Posted Sat Jan 25, 2014, 10:41am
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Sorry about the rather brief post earlier. In New Jersey I have gone to both Rook coffee roasters as well as Jersey shore coffee roasters and have sampled their beans which I recall being fine but this was some years ago. Jersey shore does espresso in the shop but Rook was into pour overs when I first went there. They are all easily searchable on your computer. Just type in New Jersey coffee roasters and voila, they come up on the first page.

There is a substantial link to on line roasters that you can look up a reference to, by searching this forum, I believe.

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Posted Sat Jan 25, 2014, 3:33pm
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Skylar, thanks. You said you also purchase some on the internet…may I ask which particular sites are recommended? Thanks.
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Posted Sat Jan 25, 2014, 4:24pm
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Once again a very extensive list may be found by searching this site and home barista. I have personally ordered from Intelligensia. Metropolis, PT's coffee, and Redbird but there as a profoundly long and well deserved online list that should be explored and enjoyed. I wish you much joy on your coffee journey,

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Posted Tue Jan 28, 2014, 6:32am
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I have found one at www.gocoffeego.com where you can order online. Also, you can check our site, http://shop.coffeeloversmag.com where you can order and buy roasted coffee beans online. We were based in Seattle. However, if you have some resources to roast your own, it would be better.

 
Did you know...? Dark roast coffees actually have less caffeine than lighter roasts due to the fact that the process of roasting burns off caffeine.
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Posted Tue Jan 28, 2014, 11:48am
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I have ordered from gocoffeego, Intelligentsia, and Stumptown and have had pretty good luck from each. Gocoffeego has a good selection of many different coffees. Intelligentsia and Stumptown have great coffees that are roasted fresh, although they are on the pricey side.
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Posted Tue Jan 28, 2014, 8:17pm
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CoffeeLoversMag Said:

However, if you have some resources to roast your own, it would be better.

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Not always and not for everyone.

it is an art. Some of us are artists. Yes, there is science involved, but the artist will generally produce a more awesome roast than the scientist who will produce one that is technically right but may lack a bit of soul.

 
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