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Paul Newmans Organic French Roast. 100% of profits go back to the poor
Metropolis Spice Island blend.
Huila Agustino Forest, Columbia from Five & Hoek Coffee in Wheaton, Il. This roaster/coffee shop has become my go-to for beans.
Late cup of IBCC Skull, tastes like a candy bar!
Starbuck's Guatamala blend and previously a nice Ethiopan coffee. They are now making good coffee.
White Sky Seasonal from Two Brothers.
Counter Culture Forty-six.
Kickapoo Columbia Agua Blanca.
The one Hula Daddy coffee I've tried turned out to be pretty underwhelming
I have drank Nescafe Classic black and I like it, but I would like it to be a bit stronger.
Lately, I have been addicted to a Bali coffee that one of our local roasters sells. Fantastic.
been slurping more of the local shop's ethiopian yirgacheffe.
just love the lemony fruitiness
Sumatra from Craft Coffee, an online small-batch roaster. Starting at $7 per 12 oz bag and offering a variety of beans and roasts, it made sense to me. I drink coffee every day, but I can’t afford paying between $12-$15 for the same amount of beans from a local shop (not Starbucks) every week.
Starbucks Pike Place. Wife was sleeping in, and our dog seemed in the mood to get a puppaccino at the drive-thru. I was correct.
Sumatra from I Have a Bean. They are a local roaster who hires ex-convicts to help get them back on their feet. That goodness aside, the coffee is really excellent.
Intelligentsia Frequency Blend. I really enjoy their coffee every time I’ve had it in a restaurant or cafe, but it’s generally been “meh” when I bring beans home. This despite them always being inside a month from roast date.