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Posted Tue Jan 28, 2014, 4:49pm
Subject: Sweetest bean for French Press
 

Looking to try something new for my french press.

What roaster has a bean that brews a cup with sweet notes? I've tried Verve, Blue Bottle, Ritual, Intelligentsia, Stumptown, Klatch, and more. Each roaster has multiple kinds of varieties so I'm looking for some direction as to which one specifically I should chose next.
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Posted Tue Jan 28, 2014, 4:54pm
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Try "The Roasterie air roasted coffee of Kansas City" They are amazing! I would recommend, and they do too, The Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Ayinage reserve coffee.
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I've sampled this stuff first hand at the factory, using just the standard drip method. Right after roasting too! Definitely a fave of mine. Be sure to check out all of their coffee's. Great choices to chose from!

 
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They're pretty decent.

Why not ask the roaster? Most of them, especially the smaller ones, will answer you.

 
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