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Your "Go-to" coffee

This is a discussion on Your "Go-to" coffee within the HomeRoast Reviews forums, part of the Coffee Forums category; Ok you home roasters. You've been roasting for a bit. You scour the net for green coffee for hours....(LOL) You ...

  
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    Roastmaster General novasurf's Avatar


     

    Your "Go-to" coffee

    Ok you home roasters. You've been roasting for a bit. You scour the net for green coffee for hours....(LOL) You point and click. They ship. You roast. You like.

    Which coffees have emerged for you as your go to coffee....ol' faithful? No fuss, no fancy, schmancy, Nancy coffee. Just straight up good stuff.

    Mine: Colombian Excelso - consistent, deep flavor, EZ roasting bliss.
    With a Siglo I = perfect.

    Yours?
    Dream big. Love limitless. Live fully. Laugh often. Drink great coffee. UB on FaceBook here.

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    Full grown Puffer Fish whodat1's Avatar


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    My goto is Terrazu from Hacienda LaMinita plantation.

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    Evolving Lead Puffer Fish Fumioso's Avatar


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    I'm still sampling and getting to know the differences between regions, so I can't nail down a "go-to" yet. On the other hand, I seem to be roasting a lot of Rwanda Butare Bourbon lately.
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    Clubstogies Aristocrat hova45's Avatar


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    Nicaraguan knife fight
    JOEY

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    Your Coffee Guy MrJerry's Avatar


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    Quote Originally Posted by hova45 View Post
    Nicaraguan knife fight
    I have to agrree...those are damned fine beans. Organic and shade grown beauties!

    I tend to favor the Caribbean Cut Throat. Dark roasted, full bodied with a very refined finish.
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    Roastmaster General novasurf's Avatar


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    I didn't know your offered these green, MrJerry.
    Dream big. Love limitless. Live fully. Laugh often. Drink great coffee. UB on FaceBook here.

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    Your Coffee Guy MrJerry's Avatar


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    Quote Originally Posted by novasurf View Post
    I didn't know your offered these green, MrJerry.
    Only for a very few select clients.
    Coffee is Food! Spread the Word

    www.killerbeans.com
    Spread the word...Coffee Is Food!

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    An Old Retired Wiseguy! JohnnyFlake's Avatar


     

    Smile Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    I am not a home roaster, I purchase my coffee beans pre-roasted, from the Whole-Foods Gourmet Shop (in person) and the Baltimore Coffee & Tea Co. (online) exclusively. My go to weekend and special occasion coffee is 100% pure Kona. My weekday go to coffees are Papua New Guinea and Guatemala Antiqua.

    Johnny

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    Evolving Lead Puffer Fish Jack1000's Avatar


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    SM Italian Blend

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    Missing the Shack DonJefe's Avatar


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    Guatemalan Antigua
    Ethiopian Harrar
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    Puffer Fish with some spikes


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    Harrar. It's cheap, predictable, and satisfying enough to get the job done. Kind of like a Punch Roth.

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    Full grown Puffer Fish Jmurman's Avatar


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    right now I have about 20 varieties on hand.

    Go To would have to be Ehiopian Yirgacheffe Organic...goes great with a Punch Royal Selection 11

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    Young Puffer Fish


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    Nice post,,, and very informative..keep it up.

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    Newbie in the ocean


     

    Re: Your "Go-to" coffee

    I am just as interested in what your using for a roaster?


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