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dzitt
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Posted Sun May 6, 2012, 9:56am
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Bought last week the Jupiter blend from Café Union which I find better than the blend from Terra Café and it is cheaper. Will continue to look for good coffee as my taste evolves...

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Posted Wed Jul 11, 2012, 10:52pm
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as suprizing as it can be, i found great coffee at IGA, you have probably already seen them roasting it in the store.  
you also get to try before you buy. . . . . .ohhh yeah !! ! ! !

quebec. . . . . .where you can buy freshly roasted coffee, beer and frozen pizza in the same store.
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Posted Sat Aug 18, 2012, 4:03am
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myrand Said:

as suprizing as it can be, i found great coffee at IGA, you have probably already seen them roasting it in the store.  
you also get to try before you buy. . . . . .ohhh yeah !! ! ! !

quebec. . . . . .where you can buy freshly roasted coffee, beer and frozen pizza in the same store.

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Never tried beans from IGA.

Since the beginning of summer, I'm buying mostly the Elite blend from Cafe Union. Have 2 new blend to try, will post here when I'll have tasted them !

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Posted Sat Sep 8, 2012, 6:31pm
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dzitt Said:

Bought last week the Jupiter blend from Café Union which I find better than the blend from Terra Café and it is cheaper. Will continue to look for good coffee as my taste evolves...

dzitt

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Bought few times the Jupitre blend, but the Elite is even better. Now trying 2 blends from the "Espresso Geek" (Evergreen coffee) that are also good...

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