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    #16
    I just picked up a hand grinder and Iโ€™ve been loving it coupled with my pour over setup
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      #17
      My pops and I used to roast coffee years ago. I really enjoyed Tanzanian pea berry, medium light roast brewed in a French press. Simple, non acidic and smooth with no need for cream or sugar.
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        #18
        Baratza Virtuoso grinder and a percolator for me. Used to do french press, but the perc saves me some time in the morning. I've been considering diving into the espresso world, but it's a bit pricey for a quality setup that I'm not sure I'd really use all that often.

        Does anyone have a recommendation for decent quality roasted whole beans available to purchase online (and also aren't >$20/lb)?
        Last edited by splat15k; 08-05-2020, 10:16 AM.

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        • splat15k

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          Hmmm; seems there is no elegant way to reply to a comment, but thanks for the recommendation! Looks like they have a bunch of options that sound very tasty.

        • BenoitOWN

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          Well if your up to discover countries I can supply you with roasted coffee. 8-12$ per 380-400grams depending on roast + Shipping. Whole or grounded by my virtuoso.

        • JonM

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          No problem. Their "thanks for your purchase" email was rather interesting as well. A bit overkill, but memorable.

        #19
        Originally posted by Knuckle Dragger View Post
        My pops and I used to roast coffee years ago. I really enjoyed Tanzanian pea berry, medium light roast brewed in a French press. Simple, non acidic and smooth with no need for cream or sugar.
        Got a source for the pea berry you'd recommend?
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        • Knuckle Dragger

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          My local Winco sells it in bulk, a nice medium light roast and not expensive to try out. Itโ€™s pretty good considering it comes from a grocery store and here itโ€™s 7 bucks a pound. Check your local roasters and small coffee shops. We used to have a broker for our raw products, now Iโ€™m clueless to what and where to get anything special.

        #20
        I put a pinch of Cayenne pepper in my coffee this morning, just to try something new. Pretty good actually!

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