Online Distributors

Started by Levi Andersen in Equipment & Tech. Last reply by Crucial Coffee yesterday. 3 Replies

Currently I use BaristaProShop.com to order products like vanilla syrup. I like BaristaProShop because they have a What's New page which I always visit.What other websites are people using to get products?How are you keeping up with new product releases?I'm mostly interested in ingredients, but might as well open the discussion to machines as well.Products:www.BaristaProShop.comEquipment:…Continue

Coffee Fest Atlanta - 2015 Discount Passes

Started by Mike Spence in Retail Coffee Business yesterday. 0 Replies

Hey All!  I have discount passes for the Coffee Fest trade show in Atlanta.  This is at the Cobb Galleria in Atlanta GA.  Show dates are Feb 6th-8th.  Should be a lot of fun. If you need any, message me or email me at Mike@SelbySoft.com. Continue

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Coffee Fest Atlanta - 2015 Discount Passes

Started by Mike Spence in Retail Coffee Business yesterday. 0 Replies

Hey All!  I have discount passes for the Coffee Fest trade show in Atlanta.  This is at the Cobb Galleria in Atlanta GA.  Show dates are Feb 6th-8th.  Should be a lot of fun. If you need any, message me or email me at Mike@SelbySoft.com. Continue

Tags: Fest, Coffee

Origin trip to Guatemala, places and recommendations?

Started by Sita Coutu in Origin, Growing and Green. Last reply by Alice Paige yesterday. 2 Replies

Hi there!   I plan on visiting Guatemala soon for some R&R, and to learn everything about the process of what goes into creating a good bean. I plan to be in the San Marcos/Lake Atitlan/La Laguna area; however, I can expect to travel for coffee. Does anyone recommend any farms I can visit frequently to learn the in and outs of coffee production? Also, does anyone else out there want to join me? I plan on going soon (mid march) until about May...Look forward to hearing from you. Any and all…Continue

Tags: guatemala, travel, origin

Anyone just want to visit some coffee farms anywhere?

Started by WMitro in Origin, Growing and Green. Last reply by Alice Paige yesterday. 78 Replies

I have been wanting to just travel to some coffee farm that is safe and other fun things to do. Learn about the process and see the coffee plant first hand (besides looking at my potted ones on my shelf). I also wanted to make a group trip out of it, that way everyone learns alot. I think here at the 'Exchange' we could get a nice group together and make something great of it.

DYI Powdered Frappe mixes

Started by Mike Clark in Retail Coffee Business. Last reply by Alice Paige yesterday. 3 Replies

I really really need help creating a cheaper frappe power. Quality is a must but the bigger issue is white chocolate and caramel. Pleeeze share any knowledge if you have discovered a bulk recipe. Suppliers are needed for the bases and that info would be great also.Continue

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Crucial Coffee replied to Levi Andersen's discussion Online Distributors
"Are you also aiming to find new places to purchase filters, carafes and kettles? I know you had mentioned mainly looking to get ingredients? I don't want to be too commercially on here, but we do offer a variety of the previous. "
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Alice Paige replied to Sita Coutu's discussion Origin trip to Guatemala, places and recommendations?
"Wow! I bet it was a great experience that you had. This type of activity is really nice especially for folks who have interest in roasting."
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Alice Paige replied to WMitro's discussion Anyone just want to visit some coffee farms anywhere?
"It's a nice idea! It would be a great experience especially for roasters, you'll learn more & understand coffee better."
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Alice Paige replied to Mike Clark's discussion DYI Powdered Frappe mixes
"Powdered frappe mixes can be a bit pricey but with proper search & research, you'll surely find a good yet cheaper ones. "
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Alice Paige replied to Levi Andersen's discussion Frappe vs Blended Ice Coffee
"We used to call them coffee smoothies too. But later we call them frappe too."
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Jay Caragay replied to Tom Hayman's discussion US Roasters Mfg. 5 kilo Coffee Roaster w/PLC touch-screen control for sale - $10,000
"Hi Tom,  Is this roaster still available?"
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Levi Andersen replied to Levi Andersen's discussion Online Distributors
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Crucial Coffee replied to Nathan Lilly's discussion Starting a Pour Over Brew Bar
"It really does make a difference in taste and once again you're not throwing away filter upon filter by using one. Thanks for the reply Alice. "
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