We offer "trial" sized bags of roasted coffee in our shop: $5 for 5 ounces.
It lets customers who don't drink a whole lot get smaller amounts without
having coffee go stale; with a small cash outlay, they can try different
origins; and finally, times are hard for lots of folks and $$ are tight. A
little bit of fresh, well roasted coffee is a nice treat or gift.
I was telling a new customer yesterday that it starts out all fun and
innocent: a nickel bag here, dime bag there... suddenly ... there's a
600 pound hunk of metal in the room for roasting lots of coffee! I'm not
sure if I should blame or thank any one particular source, but SM's web
site, beans and this mailing list do play a part in the whole caper.
On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 4:53 AM, miKe mcKoffee wrote:
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