5by5 Senior Member Joined: 2 Dec 2005 Posts: 32 Location: MD Expertise: I like coffee
Espresso: Miss Silvia Grinder: Cunill Tranquilo Drip: Presto
Posted Sun Aug 23, 2009, 1:06pm Subject: Re: Pfefferkorn's
Earlier in this thread someone mentioned Pfefferkorn's Coffee but didn't say what they thought of their coffee. I was going to head down there this week and check it out. Anyone else been there? Your thoughts?
Posted Wed Aug 26, 2009, 5:36pm Subject: Re: Coffee In Baltimore
While I was up in Baltimore with my daughter in the hospital there I saw a small shop called Nina's it was close to the harbor but didn't get a chance to try it out though. Here in Burgaw, NC. we have a small shop called Courthouse Coffee and they have good selection of beans which they get locally from a roaster over in Hampstead, NC
amysalonchie Senior Member Joined: 17 Dec 2011 Posts: 10 Location: San Francisco Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Mon Jan 23, 2012, 5:52pm Subject: Re: Coffee In Baltimore
At work so I can't do a thorough check but I don't think I see this place listed here--
Has anyone in the Baltimore area been to Bean Hollow in old Ellicott City? It's not too far of a drive and it has the most perfect atmosphere. It's been a while since I moved away but I recall their coffee and espresso being quite good. I lived in the Baltimore area for eight years and Bean Hollow is the #1 place I miss. I have been searching for a place in Northern California that comes anywhere close, but sadly although there is a lot of great coffee here no one gets the atmosphere right.
pilot25 Senior Member Joined: 7 Jan 2012 Posts: 93 Location: MD
Espresso: Rancilio Silvia Grinder: Preciso
Posted Mon Jan 23, 2012, 9:40pm Subject: Re: Coffee In Baltimore
Not really in Baltimore but Dublin Roasters in Frederick makes a couple espresso types and they are fantastic. Had one of their coffee specials at a local restaurant and was hooked. They roast great beans but I can say they don't know how to extract an espresso in their shop. They have a crappy Krupps automatic home espresso machine I've seen in Costco. I timed their extraction and it was like 10 seconds.
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