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    Quote Originally Posted by r2fasani View Post
    I don't know but I love the smell of it in the morning!
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    Our house is a block away from Texas Coffee Traders and every day the smell of roasted coffee hangs in the air. It's one of the few things I'm going to miss about living in Austin. They make damn fine coffee, the Nicaragua blend is one of my favorites.

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    I drink a ton of coffee, but I've never considered grinding beans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoop315 View Post
    I drink a ton of coffee, but I've never considered grinding beans.
    Do yourself a huge favor and get a cheap blade grinder at Kohl's or someplace similar ($25 or so) and get a small bag of whatever blend beans you like at the grocery store. I promise you will not want to go back to pre-ground coffee.

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    I have a Kitchen Aid grinder, my ex-wife bought me. I like it dark. Starbucks Italian Roast is good, but the CEO of Starbucks is a dick. I brought some whole bean dark roast from Hawaii, once. It wasn't a blend, but pure Kona coffee, and it was great! I've seen Black Rifle Coffee on Instagram, and would like to try that.
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    Love whole bean, Black Rifle Company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    I have a Kitchen Aid grinder, my ex-wife bought me. I like it dark. Starbucks Italian Roast is good, but the CEO of Starbucks is a dick. I brought some whole bean dark roast from Hawaii, once. It wasn't a blend, but pure Kona coffee, and it was great! I've seen Black Rifle Coffee on Instagram, and would like to try that.
    Another good dark roast is Major Dickason's Blend by Peet's. If you have a Costco near you they have it there. The Starbucks French Roast is good too. BRCC is a little pricey but good!

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    No way that I could do that (grind beans) in the morning! I roll in with the shleps; up at 5:00am, quick shower, grab my lunch that was prepared the night before and my automatic brewed coffee and out the door so I have the shop open before 6:00am. I do appreciate good coffee and get my beans weekly from a local coffee roaster, Colectivo. My favorite is Voltaire and I have them grind the pound for me and then I refrigerate in a sealed container.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Another good dark roast is Major Dickason's Blend by Peet's. If you have a Costco near you they have it there. The Starbucks French Roast is good too. BRCC is a little pricey but good!
    We're getting a Costco. I'll have to try it.
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    I am a HUGE fan of whole bean coffee. Has Kyle7R found this thread yet?!

    Currently I'm drinking Ruta Maya Dark Roast (Austin, Texas) but my all time favorite is pretty much any brew from Third Coast Roasters (also from Austin) every time I'm in town I always try to pick up a few pounds. :yep: there are a few Roasters local here in houston, but location and hours have yet to be convenient... Infact, so much so with traffic, getting coffee from Austin is actually less troublesome... :crazy:

    One of the few kitchen appliances I can not live without is my Breville. It grinds the beans, drip brew or can set a steep... and it makes EXACTLY the same cup each day as long as you don't change anything. I set it up each time I change beans, tweak it out for the first few pots, then we are rocking and rolling until we change beans/roast again.
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