craiginNZ Senior Member Joined: 27 Jun 2012 Posts: 5 Location: NZ Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012, 2:12am Subject: Coffee in New Zealand
Hopefully this isn't too much of a long shot. After several years happy roasting in the USA I've relocated to New Zealand. So far the easy part has been finding a roaster - we just bought a Behmor 1600, which is a bit different from the Freshroast we had before.
Unfortunately, it's a bit harder to find green beans. I can find a few possible sources, but don't know which places have particularly good reputations. I'd love some pointers if anyone has them!
LivingTheLifeOfRiley Senior Member Joined: 13 Jul 2012 Posts: 3 Location: New Zealand Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Fri Jul 13, 2012, 9:44pm Subject: Re: Coffee in New Zealand
I have been buying beans from John Burton for about 20 years now. The Burton Family has been a well-known name in coffee circles in NZ for probably 40 or 50 years. Well worth contacting John and having a chat.
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