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I'd hit eBay and check Bunn G1/2/or 3# grinders.
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[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Brett Mason
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2007 9:09 PM
We arrived in Toronto this evening, are staying overnight at Susan
Oppenheim's, and then heading to Iowa tomorow. We had a bunch of fun
tonight, catching up, talking about roasting & coffee... Then the best
part: we traded some coffees, and then went to Susan's shop to play coffee
for a couple hours. Folks, put this location on your travel plans: Java
Mama's at 1075 Bathurst Street, Toronto ON... Susan's roasts are excellent,
her equipment is top drawer, and the time spent as coffee friends was
tremendous! The Rwanda was the best, but my boys really liked the PNG...
If you get a chance to swing East of Detroit - add some time for Toronto!
Hey, if anyone has a way to bring a commercial grinder along, Susan could
use one - she gets requests fro grinding pounds, and the Rocky isn't a larqe
quantity commercial device.... And if you're coming this way, hey think of
Java Mama's and drop Susan a note to brainstorm what can be done!
ALSO - on an earlier visit, Demian introduced Susan to Aeropress - and now
Susan is the local dealer. In fact, my wife Debbie bought me one at the
shop as a Father's Day present... Woohoo! Now I have another coffee method
to work on
Thanks Susan - we had a great time, and the rest helped us complete the last
leg of our vacation....