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mwright
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Posted Wed Aug 15, 2012, 6:27pm
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Does anyone have any recent experiences with purchasing greens from this store?  The pricing looks good but I want to make sure the quality is good.  I am just getting into roasting using a heat gun.  Any other recommendations outside of Sweet Marias?  Trying to get several different options.
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Posted Thu Aug 16, 2012, 6:56am
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I have some beans from them - Colombian, and an espresso blend.  Both were OK, but coincided with my getting into roasting the US with a popper and then a Gene-Cafe, so I wouldn't want to comment to much on the quality.

I also currently have green beans from roastmasters.com - I like both their Firenze and Milano espresso blends, and their mocha.  Not so sure about the SO I have from them - haven't roasted enough recently (been too hot in my apartment).
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Posted Thu Aug 30, 2012, 12:19am
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i've never ordered from dean, but i've seen a car with their bumper sticker on it, so they must be a legit company.  you really can't go wrong with green beans from happy mug coffee (happymugcoffee.com)
or if you're not as concerned about organic, try mr. green beans (diycoffeeroasting.com)
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Posted Thu Aug 30, 2012, 9:02am
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Deans Beans is  one of the best coffee companies that I have heard of...you can go ahead buying from Deanbeans..

 
http://www.koffie-compleet.nl/
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mwright
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Posted Fri Aug 31, 2012, 4:46pm
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Thanks guys.
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