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Daniel437
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Posted Sat Mar 23, 2013, 12:30pm
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I tend to find that places emphasizing country of origin (Jamaica, Italy, etc.) versus more important factors (roasted by us on X date, etc.) tend to be terrible.
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Posted Sun Mar 24, 2013, 5:39am
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Ive been reading about them and it seems they get great reviews. The ride is a bit long. There shipping is $7, So I have been putting them on the back burner for now. Ive tried Barismo, Atomic Cafe, and Barrington Coffee, which are all fairly close by. I still ordered on line as there shipping was reasonable and delivery was fast ... 1-2 days after ordering. The Barrington Gold blend so far was my favorite by a large margin so far.

Skylar Said:

21 miles nnw of Boston is Acton Ma. and Terroir Coffee. I know it is a long jaunt, but George Howell is The Man in a lot of ways, wheather you agree re his feelings about espresso or not. The man who is responsible for The Cup of Excellence is a great roaster.


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