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Topic: It's official: Chicago has replaced Seattle as Center of the Universe!!! (10 msgs / 233 lines)
1) From: Sandy Andina
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Coffee Roasting Universe, that is. Roast Magazine has just named  
Intelligentsia Coffee Roaster of the Year in the 100,000+/lb/yr  
category and Metropolis Coffee wins the same accolade for the  
under-100,000-lb/yr category.  Add to that our huge homeroast  
community (especially Messrs. Marquardt, Schulman and Schooley, et  
al) and we are definitely Buzz Central!
Sandy
www.sandyandina.com
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Coffee Roasting Universe, that is. Roast Magazine has just named Intelligentsia Coffee =
Roaster of the Year in the 100,000+/lb/yr category and Metropolis Coffee =
wins the same accolade for the under-100,000-lb/yr category.  Add to =
that our huge homeroast community (especially Messrs. Marquardt, =
Schulman and Schooley, et al) and we are definitely Buzz =
Central!
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2) From: Scot Murphy
On Sep 25, 2006, at 2:22 PM, Sandy Andina wrote:
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We rock!
Scot "they need an Intelligentsia up in the north suburbs" Murphy

3) From: Justin Marquez
On 9/25/06, Sandy Andina  wrote:
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I wonder about how much green coffee SM's sells in an average year?
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)

4) From: Steven Sobel
Isn't Daley still the mayor of chicago?
Hmmm, I wonder how many graveyards were drinking coffee to pull this one
off??
On 9/25/06, Justin Marquez  wrote:
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5) From: Scott Marquardt
LOL
This is pretty cool, really.
For my part, I owe a lot of my own enthusiasm to my earliest influences,
which include the local talent and just a handful of friendly local coffee
lovers. I keep meeting 'em. But yes, Metropolis and Intelligentsia are
something we can be very proud of, and the people behind them deserve
serious props.
An inspiration and an aspiration to anyone, anywhere, however!
- Scott
P.S. -- I'm such a new kid on the block. Chicago's success hasn't come from
nowhere. There's been some serious coffee talent brewing here for some time.
As with any good extraction, it was just time to press and pour in recent
years.    ;-)
On 9/25/06, Steven Sobel  wrote:
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Scott

6) From: Scott Marquardt
People have been asking about your music, BTW.    ;-)
Wish we could be a paying venue. We are SO dirt poor!
We have great customers though. One favorite of mine brought be a potholder
last weekend, because she'd seen me "ouch" on the hot water pot the previous
week. Geoff Watts does relationship coffee at the origin, and the rest of us
do it at the pour!
- Scott
On 9/25/06, Sandy Andina  wrote:
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Scott

7) From: David Schooley
Roast early and often.
On 9/25/06, Steven Sobel  wrote:
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8) From: Scott Marquardt
Actually, that's an inspiration. I generally roast in the evening. I wonder
what my family would think if I awakened early and roasted in the
dew-drenched hour of the morning paper?
Or what the neighbors would think, since I'm the only person I know who
roasts coffee on his front porch.   ;-)
On 9/25/06, David Schooley  wrote:
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Scott

9) From: Ed Needham
Maybe now we can get SCAA to move to Chicago, which is considerably closer 
to Louisville than their current location (and most of their events).
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Ed Needham®
"to absurdity and beyond!"
ed at homeroaster dot com
(include [FRIEND] in subject line to get through my SPAM filters)
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10) From: Sandy Andina
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On Sep 25, 2006, at 8:23 PM, Scott Marquardt wrote:
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Send them tohttp://www.sass-">http://www.sandyandina.comandhttp://www.sass-
music.com!  Next time I'm playing anywhere near is as part of a  
Halloween show at Two Way Street Coffeehouse in Downers Grove Sat.  
Oct. 28 at 8pm; and my duo SASS!'s CD release party is Sun. Nov. 12  
at Bill's Blues in Evanston (refreshments at 6, show at 7).  One of  
my songs, "Because We Can," just got nominated for Best Novelty Song  
in the Just Plain Folks Music Awards competition, and "Caffeine" has  
now been on "The Midnight Special" twice the version by SASS! and  
once the cover by Stephen Lee Rich. Right now I'm suffering through a  
bad back sprain (happened this aft. before heading out to the Who  
concert), but I might be okay by Sat.
Sandy
www.sandyandina.com
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at 8:23 PM, Scott Marquardt wrote:
People = have been asking about your music, BTW.    ;-)   = Send them to http://www.sandyandina.comand = http://www.sass-music.com! = Next time I'm playing anywhere near is as part of a Halloween show at = Two Way Street Coffeehouse in Downers Grove Sat. Oct. 28 at 8pm; and my = duo SASS!'s CD release party is Sun. Nov. 12 at Bill's Blues in Evanston = (refreshments at 6, show at 7).  One of my songs, "Because We Can," = just got nominated for Best Novelty Song in the Just Plain Folks Music = Awards competition, and "Caffeine" has now been on "The Midnight = Special" twice the version by SASS! and once the cover by Stephen Lee = Rich. Right now I'm suffering through a bad back sprain (happened this = aft. before heading out to the Who concert), but I might be okay by = Sat. = --Apple-Mail-107-553643977--


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