Posted Wed Aug 28, 2013, 5:00pm Subject: Re: Redbird Espresso
I've been drinking red bird now for almost a year and I've tried others of his but always return to red bird. I always get a ton of crema and love the taste, as for the chocolates well this time of year they would probably melt, especially here in the south. It takes three days to reach me after I place the order. When I grind it I can smell the chocolate coming up from the doser on my grinder :)
You might try Redline from Metropolis. It's about the same roast but I kind of like the taste in milk drinks. There is a million micro roasters out there... just keep trying them until you find one you like. I just ordered 4 lbs of Redline this morning.
mas956 Senior Member Joined: 23 Dec 2011 Posts: 16 Location: California Expertise: Just starting
Posted Tue Oct 15, 2013, 11:45pm Subject: Re: Redbird Espresso
Not to whine, but....
My last two 5 lbs. bags, no chocolates and that ridiculous "resealable" tape bag. What does it take to bring back the zip top bag? Let's hope "Blue Jaguar" isn't Jeff's latest car, but based on the cheapness of shipping materials, I'm afraid I'm on to something.... Love the beans - I'm not hatin', just observin'....
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