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Since a few of us now have subscriptions, I thought it might be worth starting a thread where we can compare notes.   Aptly, this month's package came just as I was finishing the local blend I bough

Have you seen this McDonald's ad? I sort of love it.     (I typoed that second sentence as "I sort of live it" at first. That is also a true statement.)

Reminds me of one of my favorite coffee snob stories. Back when stumptown had just started roasting in NYC, the organoleptic taster and I went to check it out.  I order my pourover. Asked if I wa

Yeah, customs into Brooklyn is probably much easier than into the Lower East Side.

 

You ought to see the postal workers that deliver to our buildings. We have regular guy, who appears to work maybe 3-4 days a week. The rest of the time, it's various people who look like they came right out of a Fellini casting call. And I think on Saturdays, they just don't bother at all.

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Ok, so I'm going to go really off-topic here (but maybe not that much)...

 

Last night I was reading about Arthur Rimbaud, because it was revealed that Patti Smith (whom I had seen the night before at the Morgan Library) had recently purchased Rimbaud's childhood home, to keep it from falling into further disrepair.

 

So? Well, it turns out that Rimbaud was, well:

 

He was, in fact, a pioneer in the business, the first European to oversee the export of the celebrated coffee of Harar from the country where coffee was born. He was only the third European ever to set foot in the city, and the first to do business there. How his life swung from the sublime to the commercial is one of the most perplexing mysteries in the history of modern literature.

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I think the Hunkute (from Ethiopia) is terrific.

I'm enjoying a cup of it right now...I actually like it more now than when I first opened the bag.

 

The sometimes disconnect of flavor and freshness of bean is a whole other subject of conversation.

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