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    which coffee bean

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    Hi all,

    I am new to this website but will be looking at ordering some fresh coffee beans from here very very soon.

    I love my coffee and have a middle f the road home coffee machine, being a Saeco Syntia. It uses coffee beans and ground coffeee, but I am currently using the beans, as it is my first coffee machine thta actually grinds the beans.

    I just wanted to see if someone out there would recommend a coffee bean for my first try. I like a nice strong latte, i do not take sugar.

    I really do not know what else to tell you, but i thought I would put the question out there.

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    Re: which coffee bean

    Now that you are a CS member please visit the Bean Bay - http://beanbay.coffeesnobs.com.au/ViewCategory.aspx/RoastedCoffee

    At first I would get a sample pack and see what you like best

    KK

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    Re: which coffee bean

    Quote Originally Posted by 52767F7F7C7C4652766A7476190 link=1282710209/1#1 date=1282710417
    At first I would get a sample pack and see what you like best
    Absolutely.
    Buy a BeanBay starter pack, give each of the four beans a try, see what tickles your tastebuds and go from there.

    If you prefer blends over SOs, Andys Espresso Wow is simply outstanding and works extremely well through milk (its how i use it and have done every day for the last couple of months).

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    Re: which coffee bean

    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
    Quoting myself from another recent thread "Fresh Brown ones YOU like" :)

    Andys sample pack is great then start at the top of the Sponsors list and work down the list for a start by then you will be ready to start roasting your own :D



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