Posted Fri Sep 28, 2012, 10:19am Subject: Re: Where should I buy coffee from?
One roaster not on that home-barista.com list in the first post is Barismo here in MA. Not too far from you, so postage shouldn't take too long. They're conveniently close to my apartment (nearest coffee shop!), so I spend a bit too much there. I currently have their La Loma and El Reposo espresso blend.
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Posted Tue Nov 20, 2012, 9:56pm Subject: Re: Where should I buy coffee from?
We have this coffee roaster in Baltimore called Zeke's and I love them a lot. I think they're starting to get some reach in the mid-atlantic region, you might be able to get it shipped to you cheap or perhaps you can find it locally?
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