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JuanR
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Posted Fri Oct 25, 2013, 11:16am
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Does anybody have thoughts on this?:

Click Here (www.javapura.com)

I can attest that these guys produce a quality product with their other coffee beans.  The barrel-aged idea is a little strange to me, though, and has me a little worried about running these through my grinder (ie., I wouldn't run flavored beans through it, and this somehow seems like something similar).

I don't know though.  What do you think?
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Posted Fri Oct 25, 2013, 11:45am
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It should not affect the grinder at all, flavored coffee is basically syrup added after roasting. This is a place that they store green beans until use.

I am not sure how much it really would affect anything but it seems that they have found a market for themselves that did not have anyone filling it. How much NEED there is, well?

How much it affects the beans? IDK :D

 
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Posted Fri Oct 25, 2013, 11:59am
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Ceremony, Dark Matter, and other roasters have also been experimenting with barrel-aging and the like. No risk to the grinder whatsoever.
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Posted Fri Oct 25, 2013, 12:49pm
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Thanks guys, I guess I'll try these out.
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