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Posted Tue Jun 25, 2013, 8:37am
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Flori Said:

i just read an article about this and got Go Coffee Go, ROASTe and Mistobox. have not tried though.

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ROASTE is not open for business for some time now, AFAIK.

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Posted Tue Jun 25, 2013, 9:18am
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One of my favorite roasters I've mentioned on here before, Fair Mountain Coffee Roasters , I've had their Espresso blend, Bali Blue Krishna (awesome), Nicaragua, and their Peru. A few on here even messaged me that they tried them after I mentioned them and loved them as well. They do 2lbs shipped for around $27. But the really cool thing about them, you can have them do the roast to your liking when you order and put a note for example to have the Espresso blend but with a medium roast instead. Don Pablo is another good one for the $, usually 18-20 bucks shipped for 2lbs. Don't think less of them b/c of their low pricing, they roast for a ton of restaurants in South FL, and Costco is a huge client of theirs, their volume let's them offer some nice pricing. Cool guys too, I ran buy to pickup last order of beans b/c I was going to be in the area and they took me around their facility and the roasters (think they had 4 or 5 huge machines) and told me next time they have a cupping they'll let me know. I just finished their new organic Guatemalan offering. Only way to get better pricing is to find the few roasters that start doing incentives and free shipping around 5lbs for $50 or so (like Redbird), but I only have room to freeze 2lbs in batched canning jars at a time as don't have a stand alone deep chest.

otherwise like others said there are so many, Home-Barista has a couple threads with a ton of recommended ones. And even if you just google your area or state + coffee roaster or artisan roaster etc, may be surprised at what you find. I like finding out about more unknown roasters. I was even just in Cali and checked out a few places and found this little one in Redondo called Green Roast Coffee, and liked their espresso and drinks better then Birdrock which is highly regarded (and good as well).

I jut personally try to stick with ones that offer at least 1lb bags, the 12oz bags drive me nutz tracking for ordering with my fiance and I and crazy that almost all that offer 12oz bags after shipping its like 20 bucks. Lot count of how many 12oz bags I've had that were no better or usually not as good as others offering same/similar blend for cheaper in 1lb.
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Posted Tue Jun 25, 2013, 9:56pm
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There are some good e-stores from where you can get fresh roasted coffee delivered to your doorstep. However, prices are different so I can't tell you and that you have to see it to yourself once you find a website of your choice to order from.

 
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Posted Mon Jul 1, 2013, 11:34pm
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Google it, you will get lots of answers.

 
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Posted Tue Jul 2, 2013, 7:27am
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I think all of the local roasters in chicago sell online. I will list them by amazingness in descending order.

Gaslight Roasters
Bow Truss
Metropolis
Halfwitt
Intelligentsia
Big Shoulders Coffee
Dark Matter Coffee

haha, chicago rocks
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Posted Thu Jul 4, 2013, 3:54am
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To search the best online website for fresh roasted coffee is like a journey to discover the best taste for fresh roasted coffee. You can find many but you may try Dailygrind.com. But you should not limit to single site because the selection is online, thus you have a chance to taste coffee produced from Bolivia, Columbia, Costa Rica and other noted places. Donít waste time guys; look for the good site that can deliver right at your home.

 
Did you know...? Dark roast coffees actually have less caffeine than lighter roasts due to the fact that the process of roasting burns off caffeine.
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Posted Thu Jul 4, 2013, 5:44pm
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One of my personal favorites is gocoffeego.com

They have a good list of roaster available (from Klatch to Madcap to Bird Rock), and you are able to order from multiple roasters and still pay a single shipping fee.
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Posted Thu Jul 4, 2013, 7:54pm
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thedotben Said:

One of my personal favorites is gocoffeego.com

They have a good list of roaster available (from Klatch to Madcap to Bird Rock), and you are able to order from multiple roasters and still pay a single shipping fee.

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I've used these guys in the past with success, too. However, to quote from their site, "A separate shipping charge applies from each individual roaster."
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Posted Fri Jul 5, 2013, 12:53pm
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I guess I should have been more specific.... They do offer specials when that is not the case, and I end up paying a $5 flat fee for all shipping. Just gotta keep a lookout for their deals.
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Posted Thu Jul 11, 2013, 8:55pm
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For my first post on coffeegeek.com, I'm happy to say Los Gatos Coffee Roasting Co. is my go-to supplier. The quality of their beans and level of roast are second to none. I discovered the place when I lived in Saratoga in the 1990's. www.lgcrc.com

HansFourthWheelCoffee Said:

Hi guys, just wanted to ask you what website you recommend to get freshly roasted coffee delivered to my house. Thanks a lot!

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