ronen Senior Member Joined: 28 Oct 2011 Posts: 6 Location: usa Expertise: I like coffee
Posted Thu Dec 12, 2013, 7:49am Subject: espresso beans in NC
Hello all Not sure if this is the right place, but gonna give it a shot. I am looking for a place to get espresso beans in the triangle area in North Carolina. Currently i get my beans from a local coffee shop, but looking for other. I drink mainly espresso and my wife drinks cappuccinos. I have my own espresso machine and grinder. Any recommendation will be appreciated. R
selzoc Senior Member Joined: 21 Jul 2009 Posts: 43 Location: RTP Expertise: Just starting
Posted Fri Dec 13, 2013, 9:10am Subject: Re: espresso beans in NC
Where in the Triangle are you? There's a great local roaster, Counter Culture, that roasts in Durham. However, they don't do retail so you'd have to either order online or find them in a cafe or Whole Foods. Most cafes in the area use CC, but some do Intelligentsia or roast their own, like Carrboro roasting compang and Open Eye cafe. Here are some cafe recommendations: Raleigh Sola Coffee Cafe Jubala Village Coffee Cafe Helios
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