Posted Sun May 20, 2012, 10:10pm Subject: Re: LA Home Coffee Meet-up, AKA a " coffee charrette"
I'm so sorry I missed the charette. I was looking forward to it but thought that the date would be in June. haven't looked at this thread In awhile. I apologize.....I was to bring a machine and so forth. oh well, was looking forward to meeting everyone. Next one then!!!'and I'll check the thread more frequently and get email notifications on thread posts.
Cerridwyn Senior Member Joined: 6 Jun 2010 Posts: 393 Location: Inland Empire California Expertise: I live coffee
Posted Mon May 21, 2012, 5:19am Subject: Re: LA Home Coffee Meet-up, AKA a " coffee charrette"
I would wonder if the home roasting exchange idea could be done via priority mail as well. Maybe not the first time, but later if you all like it (I don't roast). We used to do them when I made a lot of soaps and we called them swaps.
People would package up x ounces of product y times and send them in with a real sort deadline along with a return label or cash via priority mail. The host(ess) repackaged and dropped it at the post office. It would take a lot of people promising to roast, package and ship on the same day but you could do it with a theme of sorts, and then people could enjoy it.
Posted Mon May 21, 2012, 7:32pm Subject: Re: LA Home Coffee Meet-up, AKA a " coffee charrette"
I'd be all in favor of a home-roasting gathering. I could use some input on the stuff I roast and drink in solitude. Be great if we could combine it with a cupping class type of thing - have some basic cupping instruction, a really good coffee for comparison, and then cup against various home roasts.
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