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Posted Thu May 30, 2013, 12:27pm
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Posted Fri Jul 19, 2013, 8:01am
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This is an older thread, but I use Georgio's Coffee Roasters http://www.georgioscoffee.com/ out on Long Island. They used to be in Huntington but moved to Farmingdale. They roast on site, are friendly, and have a great espresso blend. They also are big on cold brewing for coffee.  There are a few local places that use them and have some beans on hand, and the one spot I know in Long Island City that uses their beans and retails bags is called LIC Market http://licmarket.com/  which is one block up from the Citibank building at one court square. I know it's not Manhattan, but figured it is better then coming to LI and someone might be near there in the their travels....


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Posted Mon Aug 26, 2013, 7:39pm
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what about Joes on 13th in union square. There's always whole foods and trader joes.
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Posted Sat Oct 26, 2013, 2:34pm
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Demarco roasts in LIC and has a location in Midtown East.

Macaron Cafe has a few locations and uses Counter Culture.
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Posted Sun Mar 2, 2014, 9:23am
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I've been reading through the posts and it seems that there is a general frustration with the lack of high quality beans in New York for affordable prices, especially for those willing/interested in buying in bulk. I have come avross a similar problem and have shopped around for roasterst that would offer a significant discount on larger purchases. Contact me if this interests you, as I believe I've found a great roaster to buy from with competative prices but now just need to find others who are interested so we can collectively buy larger quantities of beans.
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nbarlow Said:

I've been reading through the posts and it seems that there is a general frustration with the lack of high quality beans in New York for affordable prices, especially for those willing/interested in buying in bulk. I have come avross a similar problem and have shopped around for roasterst that would offer a significant discount on larger purchases. Contact me if this interests you, as I believe I've found a great roaster to buy from with competative prices but now just need to find others who are interested so we can collectively buy larger quantities of beans.

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Gimme sells in bulk, Dallis brothers sells in bulk, Café grumpy sells in bulk. A lot of the other places use intelli to roast, which sells in bulk. there is also Coffee Labs in westchester, who sell to a lot of nyc locations in bulk. I think theres a bit of a discount on prices but in all cases your best bet is to call and ask.

 
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Posted Sun Mar 2, 2014, 11:24am
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Kaffe 1668 now sells RED coffee (essentially the same company as Kaffe). Give it a try and let me know what you guys think. The Kenyas been my favorite for a while, but the Guatemala is also killer.

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