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Topic: Advice for New Roaster = HELP! (4 msgs / 98 lines)
1) From: Dave
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Greetings! I have listened and admired all of your coffee knowledge for a
couple of weeks now. I just started roasting being frustrated that I
couldn't find fresh coffee in my small town. I have really enjoyed it but am
realizing that I really am a dark roast guy! I love espresso and French
roasts. I am not a real fan of lighter roasted coffees. I also really prefer
the French press; dark, smoky, full-bodied flavor. Yeah Baby! 
Here's where I need help.it is quite overwhelming seeing all of the choices.
In addition, as I start learning about varietals, roasting, etc, the more I
realize I DON'T know. 
Can you coffee gurus please help me with some good choices to roast that are
good for what I enjoy? I would GREATLY appreciate your help!
Thanks,
Dave

2) From: R.N.Kyle
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Just a couple that due well dark roasted
RK

3) From: Ben Treichel
Dave wrote:
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Any or all of these.http://www.sweetmarias.com/coffee.other.blends.html-- 
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4) From: Les
I would also get some of the sample packs from Tom.  It is amazing
what you discover.  I would add Uganda Bugisu to the above list.   It
is my favorite all purpose coffee.
Les
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