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I don't actively work our location any longer, however I do train both our staff & customers. I am always interested in learning new techniques & styles so I may share with others.
What cities or countries are you interested in traveling to?
India, which I am headed Jan. 2008. Colombia, Jamacia, Bali. I'll stop there.
I am a fairly low keyed person. Make friends easily & enjoy good conversation on just about any subject, especially if it involves coffee (SMILE). I am the master blender & secondary roaster to my partner of whom is the master roaster.
About My Company:
We at Seattle Gourmet Coffee have been serving our customers since 1994, in the Seattle area and abroad (both nationally & internationally). We are a (family) corporation dedicated to providing freshly roasted gourmet coffees to both commercial and non-commercial customers. In addition to roasting we also offer business training & consulting in the coffee/espresso industry; barista training; equipment sales; private labeling; custom roasting & blending; site locating (when sites are available), and some contract roasting.
My name is miss angela desmond i saw your profile today and became interested in
you,i will also like to know you more,and i want you to send an email to my
email address so i can give you my picture, for you to know whom i am.
Here is my email address( ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
I believe we can move from here!
I am waiting for your mail to my email address above.
(Remeber the distance or colour does not matter but love matters alot in life)
I´m new on the barista exchange platform and come from Hamburg/Germany. I`ve been in Seattle/Vancouver and Portland this January/February and felt like home because of the rain :-) You mentioned in a comment an few weeks ago that you roast on a Diedrich. I intend to buy a IR-12 for a new shop in Hamburg. We have two shops and roast our coffee in a small hot air roaster. Perhaps you can give me your opinion to the Diedrich mashines.
Hey everyone I have added the second insert of the article I wrote about my trip to India last month. I've also included a few photos. Check it out and give me your feed back. I'm writing it as more of a feature article than an educational article. Thought I would have more fun with it.
Wow!!! I'm back and India was amazing! Now it's time to catch up on a lot of stuff. I made some new friends during this trip both roasters and growers alike. I'm currently trying to write a story about my trip and briefly cover the tours we took. I also shot a few photos (about 400). I will be posting it on my website once I've completed it and double check all of my sources to make sure it is all correct. BTW I'd like to send a shout out to Miguel Meza---Who was also part of this trip...YO BOOOOYYYY!!! Did we have a great time or what???
Hey Steve...As a matter of fact thats who I'm going with. A group of other roasters and myself are going over with Mike & Ujwala. I'm looking forward to this educational trip. I'll get back with you upon my return.
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