Posted Sun Dec 30, 2012, 1:10pm Subject: 49th Parallel Old School Espresso
49th has a new spro blend called "old school". Athough I like their Epic blend, I find it a bit too bright for straight shots or Americanos. This new blend is great on its own, and pairs great with milk for a capuccino. If you have not tried it, go out and get some!
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Posted Sun Dec 30, 2012, 10:19pm Subject: Re: 49th Parallel Old School Espresso
Strugs!!!! Great to see a post from you. Hope all is going well. As this coffee is available online here in the US as well, would you like me to move your thread to the "Espresso Blends" forum or leave here? Don't be a stranger.
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