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Topic: Snobs sign it please ( Was: Re: +why do commercial roasters (3 msgs / 191 lines)
1) From: James Raven
I am a MEGA SNOB and agree with Brett . . . . . . 
Most other roasters' roasts suck!!!!
I am a Connoisseur of FC - FC+
I am a great roaster of 6-7 years
I Like the rest of you run out and find myself roasting & enjoying the sae =
morning.
Snobdom is Righteous, A true belief & Experience.
From: homeroast
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: Snobs sign it please ( Was: Re: +why do commercial roasters ro=
ast so dark?)
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 08:50:16 -0500
I am a snob.
I am a connoisseur.
I am a great roaster.
I have paid my dues.
I legitimately opine.
  Yeah, and most rooasters' roast sux.
Brett
On 10/16/07, Eddie Dove  wrote:
"Great coffee comes from tiny roasters"
is at the bottom of emails from sweetmarias_at_sweetmarias_dot_com
address that Tom, Maria, et al use.
Eddie
--
Vita non est vivere sed valere vita est
Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/On 10/16/07, Les  wrote:
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2) From: James Raven
I am wondering if you are a pacific northwesty person Dave? just since you =
mentioned the stand in the bottom of your building.  curious - Jim  Northwe=
sterner Forever
From: ihomeroast
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: Snobs sign it please ( Was: Re: +why do commercial roasters ro=
ast so dark?)
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 10:55:49 -0500
Hello.  My name is Dave Kvindlog, and I too am a coffee snob.
I sometimes run out of my morning brew, brewed at home, and find myself des=
perately longing for another cuppa joe at work.  We have a coffee shop in t=
he facility, much better than *$$, not nearly as good as my homeroast.
I found myself in such a desperate position this morning and made my way do=
wn the hall to the coffee stand.  The gal working the stand was unpacking s=
upplies and I asked if I could see their beans sometime.  She pulled out th=
e espresso beans and I looked them over.  FC+ for the regular, Vienna for t=
he decaf.  Did a bean crunch and about spewed.  Flat and bitter.  None of t=
he flavors I'm used to that knock my socks off when I do a bean crunch at h=
ome.
I'm asking for a set of grind & brew equipment for my office this Christmas=
.  After all, coffee snobs deserve and demand only the best brew.  Ours!
Dave
On 10/16/07, Dan Bollinger  wrote:
Hello, My name is Dan Bollinger, and I am a coffee snob.
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3) From: James Raven
just ask Paul allen or bill gates who both have several stands around and i=
nside their buildings. It is a factoid if you want results 24 / 7 like they=
 do. Tough being a billionaire???
Hava Warm Winter Dave.
Jim
From: ihomeroast
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: Snobs sign it please ( Was: Re: +why do commercial roasters ro=
ast so dark?)
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 15:12:57 -0500
No, Jim.  I live in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and work for Rockwell Collins.  The =
company has recently learned to take care of it's young engineers.  The you=
ng software engineers stereotypically drink Mountain Dew, the rest go for c=
offee.  Keep an engineer fed and caffinated and they'll produce wonderful r=
esults!
Dave
On 10/19/07, James Raven  wrote:
I am wondering if you are a pacific northwesty person Dave? just since you =
mentioned the stand in the bottom of your building.  curious - Jim  Northwe=
sterner Forever
From: ihomeroast
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: Snobs sign it please ( Was: Re: +why do commercial roasters ro=
ast so dark?)
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 10:55:49 -0500
Hello.  My name is Dave Kvindlog, and I too am a coffee snob.
I sometimes run out of my morning brew, brewed at home, and find myself des=
perately longing for another cuppa joe at work.  We have a coffee shop in t=
he facility, much better than *$$, not nearly as good as my homeroast.
I found myself in such a desperate position this morning and made my way do=
wn the hall to the coffee stand.  The gal working the stand was unpacking s=
upplies and I asked if I could see their beans sometime.  She pulled out th=
e espresso beans and I looked them over.  FC+ for the regular, Vienna for t=
he decaf.  Did a bean crunch and about spewed.  Flat and bitter.  None of t=
he flavors I'm used to that knock my socks off when I do a bean crunch at h=
ome.
I'm asking for a set of grind & brew equipment for my office this Christmas=
.  After all, coffee snobs deserve and demand only the best brew.  Ours!
Dave
On 10/16/07, Dan Bollinger < danbollinger> wrote:
Hello, My name is Dan Bollinger, and I am a coffee snob.
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