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Reviewing coffee, from the roasting process to the aroma in my mug.

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Warming up for autumn with Starbucks Italian Roast

Hey guys, here's an update on my blog of coffees just in time for September, when the leaves begin to turn a brilliant orange, the air becomes crisp and it's time to settle back down into the work routine.   Here's the thing though, the other week I ran out of my usual bean of choice, and I didn't really want to drive in the mess of Seattle traffic just to get it, so instead I walked down to my local Starbucks and got a bag of whole bean Italian Roast, knowing it would at least be palatable. T

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Java Trading Co: Columbian Supremo + How to make decent hotel coffee

Howdy folks, from the foggy Oregon coast, and I hope you've been doing well.   This entry is a far turn from my first one, which focused on well... high-end coffee. This entry, instead is focusing on budget coffee, or more specifically, the stuff that I am currently "drinking" in my hotel room, while listening to the waves crash upon the shore.   But in all honesty, this stuff is not half bad, especially compared to what I have been drinking. Now that will probably come as a shock to everybo

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Kicking Horse: Three Sisters review

This is my first entry into my new blog, reviewing coffee, from the beans to the aroma in my cup. And I am proudly starting with Canada's most popular coffee, Kicking Horse; particularly the Three Sisters blend. This coffee could be perhaps be considered on the pricey side, with most coffee beans selling at anywhere from $4-8 per pound, $12 per pound for the is easily double the average cost. I was however, able to find this in my local supermarket, unlike some coffees which need to be bulk o

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