Grinding coffee beans

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mdwinks
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Re: Grinding coffee beans

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I've been enjoying coffee from Duluth Coffee Co. I get a variety of medium and dark roasts. It's a nice locally owned business. I only mention this because I see you're in WI, so perhaps you sometimes make your way to the Brule River, and the Superior/ Duluth area.
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Re: Grinding coffee beans

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If you are really into coffee, you can roast your own. I started doing this several years ago after my brother visited from Kenya with fresh roasted coffee beans. I could not get anything as good locally nor on the internet but came across the website below. I have never looked back and have been roasting my own coffee for nearly 20 years!

If you have time for a new obsession - check out Sweet Marias (and other sites)!

https://www.sweetmarias.com/
Frank Payne

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owenscaddis
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Re: Grinding coffee beans

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I have been enjoying coffee from a local roaster for years- Pannikin's in Leucadia, CA. I am especially fond of their Costa Rican and Ethiopian coffees.

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Re: Grinding coffee beans

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reelytrout wrote:
04/13/18 05:59
I purchase coffee from “Birds and Beans”. The “Scarlet Tanager” roast is my favorite. This coffee is Smithsonian certified “Bird Friendly”. Great tasting coffee, enviromentaly sound, and at the cost of Starbucks.
I use the Birds and Beans too, really great taste.

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VanfromMaine
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Re: Grinding coffee beans

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I got a Stanley pour over coffee maker for Christmas matches my 16oz thermos great setup for tailgate cooking

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