My name is Dustin, I'm with a kopi luwak company out of San Antonio. I saw that you were in San Marcos, right down the road, and I just wanted to say hi. Check out my company's website, I started it as a project when I was in the Peace Corps.
we produce all-in-one automatic bean-to-cup drip style coffee maker.
we like to cooperate with you.
Please visit our website for our products details or send email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org attn Robert Cheng
I Tried some Celebes at about 415. It was interesting because Celebes is already a "funky" coffee that has mustyness about it, and a rich flavor. I thought; what if you could taste more of that without the "roastyness" . Well, I enjoyed but It wasn't anythng I could sell. But, wow it's nice to try some coffees before the are ready, you never know what you'll discover. It's raining a little bit today up here in Dallas what about down in your neck of the woods?
We received some samples from someone from Laos, and I roasted it to just after first crack (about 430) and that was for cupping purposes. We did also have a customer who wanted something very light and so I roasted a Colombian Ex. for him to about the same, just into first crack. How about you?
I love Bollywood movies, actually I love the soundtracks. I noticed that you mentioned that in your profile, Anyway, I'm a coffee roaster here in Dallas (Addison Coffee Roasters) Hope all is well! have a good day.
Hey CJ. Saw one of your comments in a roasting group. Your company is from the ground up? No 'professional' training? I'm moving deeper into the world of coffee, currently a home barista/roaster........ with the aim of starting my own biz one day. I'm inspired by your little organic company. Awesome!
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