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Old 12-18-2009, 09:12 PM   #21
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Try Keens Beans. You can get it from Apple market, I think they usually keep in front of the deli case. The beans are grown on an organic farm in costa rica, that is owned/operated by some locals from this area. Anyway, it's some good stuff. It's all I buy for the house anymore.
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OMG. I'm so freakin wired right now.
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Old 12-21-2009, 03:47 PM   #23
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jspooney (12/18/2009)yo dave. Glad you're back in town. I think the best coffee is to be found at the Drowsy poet right next to PCC off of 110. The guy there is a certified bean roaster and they are all really good guys. If you find a gulf coast savings book you can use the buy one get one coupon and really do well. I have a book if you need one. Let me know. And, by the way, time to kill a river piggy, don't you think?


The "Lyin' Dog" on here, Steve Woods is the owner of the Coffee Break Cafe (Drowsy Poet) on Woodbine Road in Pace. He is connected with the guy on Brent as well. Steve and his wife have been long standing forum members. They do a great business and he would love to help I am sure.
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vicious circle (12/18/2009)If you want the best you could order her Blue Mountain coffee its from Jamica it costs about 30 dollars a pound. And yes its really really good.


I find real blue mountain coffee at the tj max from time to time. Star bucks has a Christmas blend that's as good as anything I've had.
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Old 12-21-2009, 08:21 PM   #25
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Some years ago, there was a coffee bean store in Cordova Mall, however I don't know whether they still exist. However, wherever you eventually end up going, do try some Costa Rican coffee. You won't be disappointed. Costa Rican coffee is simply outstanding.
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Clay-Doh (12/18/2009)OMG. I'm so freakin wired right now.
Clay, you are not right! LMFAO :letsdrink
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Old 12-22-2009, 01:21 PM   #27
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Hee hee...I was in a funny mood that night. couldn't resist completely and utterly derailing Daves thread. Only cuz were friends and I knew he wouldn't get mad!
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You can try this place. http://www.coffeefool.com
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Old 12-22-2009, 07:09 PM   #29
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You can get Keens Beans at Gallery Zarragossa next door to the cafe. 221 East Zarragossa. I've met the folks who own the plantation. It's in Costa Rica. They went totally organic 3 years ago. It runs about 12 a pound, but it's good and smooth. No acid like fogers or such.
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jspooney (12/18/2009)yo dave. Glad you're back in town. I think the best coffee is to be found at the Drowsy poet right next to PCC off of 110. The guy there is a certified bean roaster and they are all really good guys. If you find a gulf coast savings book you can use the buy one get one coupon and really do well. I have a book if you need one. Let me know. And, by the way, time to kill a river piggy, don't you think?
The "Lyin' Dog" on here, Steve Woods is the owner of the Coffee Break Cafe (Drowsy Poet) on Woodbine Road in Pace. He is connected with the guy on Brent as well. Steve and his wife have been long standing forum members. They do a great business and he would love to help I am sure.
I did wind up going to the Drowsy Poet. The owner or manager saw me looking around, probably thought that I looked suspicious, and helped me out. Told me all about thier process of roasting and bagging, talked me into a gift basket with 4 coffees from different parts of the world and cut me a few dollars off. The coffee smelled so good I gave it to her last night as an early gift. The Costa Rican is really good.

I didn't know there were so many shops around. I will make it a point to start visiting all the local guys. And I'll be back to the drowsy poet soon too. A good cup of coffee is addicting.Thanks everyone for the help.

PS Clay, you are one disturbed individual. Did you raost any of those, or did you bother "collecting" any samples?
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