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shoron
09/06/2019 7:25 AM
how to make medium raw colored beans to dark ?

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Favorite Green Coffee Vendors?
ginny
thanks for the input, I have been out of the loop for some time with taking care of simply my local folk and family that I did not think of Shrub.

I am actually out of a big bag so now is a perfect time. thanks for reminding me.

my bad and yes I will since I am around there all of the time I could pick it up!!

thanks guy!!

ginnyShock
 
jm82792
The neighbor's yard with their permission :)

The only place I've bought from was Invalsa on ebay and their Bolivian greens seem to be pretty good.
Edited by jm82792 on 03/23/2011 3:12 PM
 
jm82792
Your on ebay?
 
coffeeroastersclub
jm82792 wrote:
The neighbor's yard with their permission :)

The only place I've bought from was Invalsa on ebay and their Bolivian greens seem to be pretty good.


+1 Invalsa.com for Bolivian (the first place I bought green, around 9 yrs ago when I first started roasting). Great place, direct from their farm in Bolivia straight to their shop in Massachusetts.

http://www.Hulada... for the best 100% Kona I ever had.

http://www.Coffee...Direct.com for super fast deliveries of quality beans (free shipping on 25 lbs. and up).

And if you buy in bulk (whole bags), I have had great luck with http://www.thetar...coffee.com ThumbsUp

Len
Edited by coffeeroastersclub on 03/24/2011 7:27 PM
"If this is coffee, please bring me some tea but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee." ~Abraham Lincoln
 
http://www.coffeeroastersclub.com
jlyon10
I have a small website but unique coffee like from Costa Rica that I visited the farm.
Jim Lyon
Jim's Coffee Beans
 
http://www.jimscoffeebeans.com
tortillatree
What is the best (and worst) ways to package green beans for shipment? I've had a few orders where the bags broke after I shipped them out, and I'm curious what your experiences with your favorite Green Bean Vendors have been so that I can join the list :)

Matt
http://happymugco...age_id=267
http://happymugco...
Drink Coffee. Be Happy.
 
http://happymugcoffee.com/
coffeeroastersclub
tortillatree wrote:
What is the best (and worst) ways to package green beans for shipment? I've had a few orders where the bags broke after I shipped them out, and I'm curious what your experiences with your favorite Green Bean Vendors have been so that I can join the list :)

Matt
http://happymugco...age_id=267


Best is burlap (small burlap bags) for 5 lb. and up. 1 lb. use food grade plastic sealed.

You can find good rates if you buy in bulk.

Len ThumbsUp
"If this is coffee, please bring me some tea but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee." ~Abraham Lincoln
 
http://www.coffeeroastersclub.com
coffeeroastersclub
tortillatree wrote:
What is the best (and worst) ways to package green beans for shipment? I've had a few orders where the bags broke after I shipped them out, and I'm curious what your experiences with your favorite Green Bean Vendors have been so that I can join the list :)

Matt
http://happymugco...age_id=267


What list?

Len
"If this is coffee, please bring me some tea but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee." ~Abraham Lincoln
 
http://www.coffeeroastersclub.com
tra757
I am completely happy with http://www.ccmcof...7QodF3RZvw

I order 50 pounds at a time. 10lbs of this, 20 of that.

Best prices too.
 
jammin
coffeeroastersclub wrote:
And if you buy in bulk (whole bags), I have had great luck with http://www.thetar...coffee.com ThumbsUp

Len


Len,

What is the min. order from theta? They have some stuff I'm interested in. Perhaps some others might be interested in splitting some coffee.

~j
 
coffeeroastersclub
jammin wrote:
coffeeroastersclub wrote:
And if you buy in bulk (whole bags), I have had great luck with http://www.thetar...coffee.com ThumbsUp

Len


Len,

What is the min. order from theta? They have some stuff I'm interested in. Perhaps some others might be interested in splitting some coffee.

~j


No minimum.

Len
"If this is coffee, please bring me some tea but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee." ~Abraham Lincoln
 
http://www.coffeeroastersclub.com
Dan
From the horse's mouth. Here is what Kevin at Theta Ridge said, "Coffees are also available less than full bags. An additional charge of $0.45 per pound (or $0.65 per pound on orders less than ten pounds per coffee) will be applied for this service."

If I did commercial roasting I'd try to buy as much as possible from TRC, if only because shipping would be cheap. We are in the same state.
Edited by Dan on 06/30/2011 11:43 AM
 
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seedlings
To me it's $78 to ship one 132# bag. I called them too.

CHAD
Roaster: CoffeeAir II 2# DIY air roaster
Grinder: Vintage Grindmaster 500
Brewers: Vintage Cory DCU DCL, Aeropress, Press, Osaka Titanium pourover
 
Dan
I'm sure that's what it is for UPS. But if I was doing commercial roasting I'd be buying a stack of bags on a pallet and shipping them LTL.
 
http://www.intactamerica.org
ginny
For my personal stash Sweet maria's is my vendor of choice.

I can buy one to 5 plus pounds of any coffee except those limited one 1 lb offers that you cannot really get any place else on the planet.

sweet maria's rocls!

ginnyShock
 
jlyon10
Has anyone tried coffee from Blue Bell Mt. in El Salvidor, it is also called El Milagro? I have tried this and enjoy it very much, it has a bold taste and tastes like chocolate.
Jim Lyon
Jim's Coffee Beans
 
http://www.jimscoffeebeans.com
seedlings
I just made another purchase from Burman. (Checked your beans Jim and I wanted more than you had available). Picked up Burundi Bwayi and Costa Rica Tarrazu.

10# (plus free 1/2#) with shipping was $64. I do not like paying that much per pound, but it's $600 to buy a big bag of coffee nowadays. Too large of an outlay for me - this means I have to pay 50% more for coffee. OUCH!

CHAD
Roaster: CoffeeAir II 2# DIY air roaster
Grinder: Vintage Grindmaster 500
Brewers: Vintage Cory DCU DCL, Aeropress, Press, Osaka Titanium pourover
 
atalanta
I've bought from The Coffee Project in the past. Customer service is excellent and prices are pretty good. But then I started going for the big bags of coffee and have been happy with what I've found on eBay. Though I'm looking at Royal because I can save shipping by driving there myself.
 
ginny
How much coffee do you roast woman?

your kitty is a hog!

-g
 
atalanta
Not enough to need a professional roaster! LOL
 
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