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skiezo
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Posted Thu Feb 27, 2014, 9:31pm
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There is a place in Harrisburg PA. that is a local roaster and is always fresh. He has been at it for quite a while and has some great beans.
It is called St.Thomas Roasters and here is a link to there site.

http://saintthomasroasters.keshikusa.com/index.php
I buy all my beans there for my Moka pots.
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Posted Thu Mar 6, 2014, 9:14pm
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I am a coffee lover. I prefer a cup of coffee brewed by coffee machine with fresh roasted coffee beans. This is the way I can feel the true coffee taste and give me inspiration every morning to star a working day. I live in Vietnam, so my favourite brand is An Thai Cafe. An Thai Cafe provide various kinds of roasted coffee beans, such as Arabica, Robusta, Special (one seed only in a fruit), Weasel aroma (fermented to have the same flavour with Civet Coffee). For more information, you all can visit An Thai' page www.anthaigroup.com
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Posted Mon Mar 10, 2014, 5:47am
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Got my first order from Lens Blends on Saturday afternoon, great tasting espresso.  Huge taste difference in having these fresh roasted beans in the grinder.  I am fairly new to the barrista life, but am very happy with the product and timely shipping right after the roasting.  It was the FTO blend BTW.
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Posted Wed Mar 26, 2014, 2:53pm
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Anyone know a place in New Jersey for good local beans. I frequent Rojos Roastery and Small World coffee when I get a chance but not sure where else I could go. If I go to Philadelphia there are a ton! I would like to get a nice espresso blend. I roast my own a lot but I like to try other companies or roasters blends to get ideas.
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Posted Wed Mar 26, 2014, 4:39pm
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I am in central New Jersey by the shore. I can give you the names of three roasteries I have direct personal experience with hoping, if you are not in this area, others my refer you to places that might be an easier journey.

!. Jersey shore coffee roasters (Leonardo, I believe)

  1. Rook (Long Branch)

  2. Turnstile coffee  (Belmar)

I have had coffee from all three.  They are in Monmouth County and may all be located on the web, as I assume other local roasters may be found.

Sky

By the way it may be a small state but still, if you want, you might let us know where you are from - North, Central or South or perhaps your county, It could help us in directing you to places that might be an acceptable drive.
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Posted Wed Mar 26, 2014, 5:04pm
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Hey thanks I will try those roasters. I am from central Jersey. Hunterdon county area. I go to the shore every weekend in the summer so I will definitely check those spots out. I usually go to cafe volan in Asbury Park. Pretty good little coffee shop. I have seen Stay Gold in Belmar but I have never been in. Thanks again for the roasters
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Posted Mon Apr 7, 2014, 10:59am
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Skylar Said:

I am in central New Jersey by the shore. I can give you the names of three roasteries I have direct personal experience with hoping, if you are not in this area, others my refer you to places that might be an easier journey.

!. Jersey shore coffee roasters (Leonardo, I believe)

Rook (Long Branch)

Turnstile coffee  (Belmar)

I have had coffee from all three.  They are in Monmouth County and may all be located on the web, as I assume other local roasters may be found.

Sky

By the way it may be a small state but still, if you want, you might let us know where you are from - North, Central or South or perhaps your county, It could help us in directing you to places that might be an acceptable drive.

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Hi Skylar,

I am located in Morris County NJ - near Morristown area. Do you know any local roasters in the area? I have been unable to find any.

Thank you!!
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Posted Sat Apr 12, 2014, 2:03am
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phippini Said:

Got my first order from Lens Blends on Saturday afternoon, great tasting espresso.  Huge taste difference in having these fresh roasted beans in the grinder...  I am fairly new to the barrista life, but am very happy with the product and timely shipping right after the roasting...

Posted March 10, 2014 link

THANK YOU very much for the kind words.

 
Len
Len's Espresso Blends
www.lensespressoblends.com
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Posted Sat Apr 12, 2014, 6:02am
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Sorry, but despite having grown up in Morris county and even attending school there, my life path brought me to the shore and I have had little travel to the county for many years (since 1983, as it would happen).

Afraid I have no personal knowledge or roasters local to the county.


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