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    Hi All been using my HX machine for a couple of years now and love it. Started blending my own coffee from some commercially available that seemed OK but needed something extra. If you know what I mean?

    The question is having tried a few of the standard beans available I was wondering what your favourites are, where you buy it, cost and what it tastes like.

    I have been enjoying a blend of 50% blue mountains house blend, 25% of barrista expresso from our local deli and 25% grandfather blend also from local deli. It makes a rich coffee with good crema a bit of a bite at the end which we enjoy. We drink coffee with milk/soy.

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Andys roasted sample pack is a good place to start

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    Talk Coffees Urban Blend is an absolute belter. Chris really knows his stuff!

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Aww shucks Rick. Thanks so much for your kind words.

    Great beans in, a little respect, terrific roaster (thanks to Mark), consistency via Andys multimeter and roastmonitor software and we generally get good stuff out.

    If ever I dont like em, I bin them ;)

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    Let me know when next that happens, Ill be round to the Shed with a couple of glad bags and a scoop ;D

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    Hi Guys will try Talk Coffee. BTW which blend apart from Urban do any of you use?

    I did take Andys advice and looked at the site sponsors but having gone through 6 of them and only found machines etc I gave up.


    Anybody using anything available elsewhere?

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Where do you live Ardy? someone might have a suggestion local to you.

    I have always enjoyed the beans I have got from Di Bella.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7340564B320 link=1326775139/5#5 date=1326837899
    I did take Andys advice and looked at the site sponsors but having gone through 6 of them and only found machines etc I gave up.
    Ive tried Andys own beanbay, Supreme Roasters, Cuppacoffee, Di Bartoli, and Pioneer roastery (changed roaster a couple of years ago and no longer a sponsor :( ) Theres also Cosmorex, Di Bella, and Roastmax Roasters (possibly even more). I dont remember the specifics of each, but they were freshly roasted (the main thing!). In general I find the single origins a bit lacking for an espresso, but house blends, espresso blends, etc are a good place to start.

    I usually only buy 500g at a time, which is not the most economical but its all I can use in a few weeks.

    Store it in a sealable bag, and dont keep leftovers in the hopper.

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    iaindb - thanks will look at them. I agree that a single origin doesnt often do it for me. I tried a single origin Columbian and got all excited but the next batch was very poor.

    As I am mean and cheap (I rarely pay more than $25kg) but I do buy good coffee from our local roaster in the Blue Mountains and he has been excellent but it is still a way to go from my place in the Hawkesbury. I have tried a few supermarket brands including Lavazza, free trade etc but I have not found one I like. My post is really about expanding my coffee experiences which I am sure we all try to do?

    Ive tried Andys own beanbay, Supreme Roasters, Cuppacoffee, Di Bartoli, and Pioneer roastery (changed roaster a couple of years ago and no longer a sponsor :( )* Theres also Cosmorex, Di Bella, and Roastmax Roasters (possibly even more).* I dont remember the specifics of each, but they were freshly roasted (the main thing!).* In general I find the single origins a bit lacking for an espresso, but house blends, espresso blends, etc are a good place to start.

    I usually only buy 500g at a time, which is not the most economical but its all I can use in a few weeks.

    Store it in a sealable bag, and dont keep leftovers in the hopper.

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Quote Originally Posted by 4D7E68750C0 link=1326775139/8#8 date=1326860643
    I tried a single origin Columbian and got all excited but the next batch was very poor.
    Sounds like inconsistencies with the roaster. All the sponsors Ive tried will through out a bad batch rather than sell it, which is probably why you pay $30kg and up.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4D7E68750C0 link=1326775139/8#8 date=1326860643
    I have tried a few supermarket brands ... but I have not found one I like
    I havent found a supermarket brand yet that is fresh. Unfortunately, toss the supermarket brands in the bin, in my opinion. Nothing beats well-stored, well-roasted, fresh (no more than 3-4 weeks old) roasted, fresh (no more than a few minutes) ground beans. You may occasionally hit a good batch, but I dont have time to tell when the problem with my coffee is a bad batch, or bad technique, so I cut out the bad batches from the start by ordering from good roasters.

    To overcome price and travel, have you tried roasting your own?

    Quote Originally Posted by 4D7E68750C0 link=1326775139/8#8 date=1326860643
    My post is really about expanding my coffee experiences which I am sure we all try to do?
    Absolutely. And a wild ride it is ;)

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Have you tried the Guatemalan Showcase Single Origin available from www.mydibellacoffee.com?

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    not me, sorry! How about ringing them? Ive spoken to a couple of roasters before when selecting beans for work, and they are more than happy to tell me all about profiles, tastes, resting periods, etc. They will certainly know more than me :) Explain what you want to use it for, what you want (acidity, full bodied, etc), and they can probably recommend something good. Like wine, you may have to go through a few rounds before you find the one that tastes like liquid gold.

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    That one went over your head iaindb ;D

    Might be worth looking into home roasting Ardy 8-)

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Oh Krud... it still took me 5 minutes to figure out what you were talking about... sorry Di Bella :-[ I thought you were Ardy ::)

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    might have to take that award off you ;D

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Hey, I just had two weeks of making preground Capps on a tiny thermo... So Im a bit nutty...

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    It is not generally a good idea to blend blends from different roasters. They are already blended to give a certain result in the cup when brewed to the proper standard.

    If on the other hand you like what you ahve blended, then thats ok. I wouldnt however set out in the first place to do that (blend blends).

    If you are looking for something more, or for "real quality", I am afraid you wont find it in anything on a supermarket shelf because if nothing else, it can be quite old and when you buy you can never guarantee that the age of of the npack you are buying now, is a similar age to the pack when you bought it last time. If you are looking for real quality, you will need to visit someone that roasts fresh and has a tight control on the turnover of his stock.

    We do just that at CosmoreX Coffee in Canberra and have an ever growing clientelle that seem to be well satisfied with our offerings. Award winning coffee too! Would be glad to help.

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1D293E28330418343D3D3E3E5B0 link=1326775139/16#16 date=1327027421
    We do just that at CosmoreX Coffee in Canberra and have an ever growing clientelle that seem to be well satisfied with our offerings.
    I agree, you have some great coffee

    but...

    Quote Originally Posted by 1A293F225B0 link=1326775139/8#8 date=1326860643
    rarely pay more than $25kg
    ...might narrow the market down to something... errr... ummm... more bulk.
    ;D

    Quote Originally Posted by 1A293F225B0 link=1326775139/5#5 date=1326837899
    I did take Andys advice and looked at the site sponsors
    I generally suggest to email
    Include what you what and where you are (for shipping quotes) and those site sponsors that can help with your query will get back to you, those that cannot will ignore the email.
    tis far easier than clicking on random ones.
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    Enjoy the coffee journey!
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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    thanks Andy and will send the email. I do enjoy my blending the blends as it gives me a chance to create something unique and it is more reliable than I thought it would be. Tried home roasting once but it hasnt grabbed me. Seems like too much poncing around to roast a coffee others can do better than I. Also found the green beans about the same price as roasted and cant see the advantage.
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    I just want to try new experiences so I guess upping my $25kg payment may be worth it to experience something new. I will say that I am drinking better coffee at home than I buy out just about anywhere around the Blue Mountains and the Hawkesbury. I guess from what you guys are saying that aint bad at my buy price.

    I agree iaindb that it is a bit like wine another weakness of mine at least the red variety.

    The Blue Mountains Coffee Roasters house blend does me fine for our everyday coffee but will try some of all of your suggestions.


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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Quote Originally Posted by 7447514C350 link=1326775139/18#18 date=1327186014
    Also found the green beans about the same price as roasted and cant see the advantage
    :o Green beans are around $10-$12 dollars a kilo, Brown beans are closer to $40 a kilo.

    Theres so many advantages to roasting yourself I wont even bother going into it :-X

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    I would like to know where Youre buying Roasted Coffee for 25 dollars a kilo

    Unless youre buying the big supermarket bags of stale coffee thats been sitting on the shelf in a warehouse for over a year.

    in that case* :P

    Really, Green beans arent that hard to work on, Hell, it takes as much effort to roast Green beans (and requires as much equipment) as popping Popcorn.

    Really, its a win-win situation for everyone, you get fantastic coffee, you have friends go "wow" your tastebuds will thank you, and you save at least half the money you spend to save up to feeding that upgraditius* ;D

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    Agreed,

    For any shop to retail commercial product at $25/kg, theyre paying $16. $16/kg wholesale = lowest quality cheapie green beans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5254434852554D4F260 link=1326775139/19#19 date=1327204909
    Brown beans are closer to $40 a kilo.
    We sell all three of our blends at the shop for $30.00 per kg. Each has won at least one medal in the Golden Bean comp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7447514C350 link=1326775139/18#18 date=1327186014
    I do enjoy my blending the blends as it gives me a chance to create something unique and it is more reliable than I thought it would be.
    probably because youre averaging out the half bad supermarket variety and very bad to produce a consistent part-bad supermarket blend...

    Quote Originally Posted by 7447514C350 link=1326775139/18#18 date=1327186014
    Tried home roasting once but it hasnt grabbed me. Seems like too much poncing around to roast a coffee others can do better than I.
    and yet they cant do it better than you - not on price, and not on taste. On the one hand you say you dont want to pay $30-40/kg for good quality roasted product, and on the other hand youre complaining about not being able to get a better tasting $25 product - the problem has answered itself! You cant get a better tasting product for $25/kg, unless you roast it yourself, and you cant buy a $30-40 product for $25!

    If youve tried home-roasting, and it was mostly successful, you should have noticed the difference, and been pleased by the price, otherwise youve done something wrong on your roast, or youre espresso technique is off.

    Just my second crack worth for you to take or leave :)

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    [quote :o Green beans are around $10-$12 dollars a kilo, Brown beans are closer to $40 a kilo.

    Theres so many advantages to roasting yourself I wont even bother going into it* :-X
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    I look at the green beans on offer here and there is nothing at $10 a kilo that I can see?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1F40584E454E424B4B4848404C432D0 link=1326775139/21#21 date=1327214743
    Agreed,

    For any shop to retail commercial product at $25/kg, theyre paying $16. $16/kg wholesale = lowest quality cheapie green beans.
    We buy our main coffee from Blue Mountains Coffee Roasters in Springwood NSW and it sells for around that price. They blend and roast themselves and their house blend is a fine coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4774627F060 link=1326775139/24#24 date=1327369844
    I look at the green beans on offer here and there is nothing at $10 a kilo that I can see?
    The PNG Eastern Highland Wilds sell at $8 a kilo. And the Guatemala Huehuetenago which Ive seen sold roasted for more than $45 a kilo sells here green for $11.50 a kilo. So there are two beans which sell for less than $12 a kilo - The range trentski said earlier...

    David

    PS: I think you may be asking this question on the wrong forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0901090E0402600 link=1326775139/23#23 date=1327296674
    On the one hand you say you dont want to pay $30-40/kg for good quality roasted product, and on the other hand youre complaining about not being able to get a better tasting $25 product - the problem has answered itself! You cant get a better tasting product for $25/kg, unless you roast it yourself, and you cant buy a $30-40 product for $25!
    iaindb: I didnt come here to complain about any bloody thing. I am quite happy with what I am drinking. I came here to get ideas for new experiences and the posters here (inc you) have done that for me.

    I will not be roasting coffee any time soon, unless I cant find a coffee that suits me in my price range. Q.E.D.

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    You can just feel the lurve, cant ya? ::)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6A4F58474A162E0 link=1326775139/26#26 date=1327373142
    The PNG Eastern Highland Wilds sell at $8 a kilo. And the Guatemala Huehuetenago which Ive seen sold roasted for more than $45 a kilo sells here green for $11.50 a kilo. So there are two beans which sell for less than $12 a kilo - The range trentski said earlier...

    David

    PS: I think you may be asking this question on the wrong forum.
    Thanks David - will look at them although I am not a fan of PNG coffee.
    Which forum should I be asking these questions? Excuse my ignorance I dont post here that often.

    BTW - I have often looked at the Green Bay offerings that come up in my email from time to time but have always been surprised at the price of green beans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 114E56404B404C454546464E424D230 link=1326775139/28#28 date=1327373647
    You can just feel the lurve, cant ya?* ::)
    Yes cjn - I feel as if I just stumbled over the snobs part of this coffee site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5E6D7B661F0 link=1326775139/29#29 date=1327373826
    Quote Originally Posted by 6A4F58474A162E0 link=1326775139/26#26 date=1327373142
    The PNG Eastern Highland Wilds sell at $8 a kilo. And the Guatemala Huehuetenago which Ive seen sold roasted for more than $45 a kilo sells here green for $11.50 a kilo. So there are two beans which sell for less than $12 a kilo - The range trentski said earlier...

    David

    PS: I think you may be asking this question on the wrong forum.
    Thanks David - will look at them although I am not a fan of PNG coffee.
    Which forum should I be asking these questions? Excuse my ignorance I dont post here that often.
    Id probably suggest the guatemala heueutenango then. I just bought some last week and am really looking forward to roasting it today or tomorrow. Ive also got some PNG Wahgi which is one of my favourites. Remember though, if youre home roasting, you can roast to your tastes and maybe roast out some of your taste concerns. ... To some extent anyway...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 70435548310 link=1326775139/27#27 date=1327373445
    iaindb: I didnt come here to complain about any bloody thing. I am quite happy with what I am drinking. I came here to get ideas for new experiences and the posters here (inc you) have done that for me.
    sorry mate, I didnt mean to be offensive, I just thought we were going around in circles!* :)
    I will not be roasting coffee any time soon, unless I cant find a coffee that suits me in my price range. Q.E.D.
    not to flog a dead horse, but based on that comment youll either be roasting soon, or paying more for your coffee :P

    Quote Originally Posted by 755047585509310 link=1326775139/26#26 date=1327373142
    PS: I think you may be asking this question on the wrong forum.
    I tend to disagree, in a non-snobbish, all inclusive, non confrontational kind of way ;) There are some master roasters lurking here...

    In all seriousness and a sincere effort to help:
    Quote Originally Posted by 7340564B320 link=1326775139/0#0 date=1326775139
    but needed something extra
    Look for a SO or blend with acidity. It seems as though you like this punching through your milk drinks and it makes a noticable difference. (Look for the word "punch" too - sometimes Andy uses that to describe acidity). One of my favourite SOs is actually the "Tanzania Kyaurinde FairCrack Pulped" from beanbay, and it has some punch! Unfortunately its $35-40/kg depending on what quantities you purchase in.

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    Re: Which of the retail roasted coffee beans are worthwhile?

    iaindb: Thanks a lot. I do appreciate your knowledge and advice. Will check some of these ideas out in a couple of weeks when my supplies dwindle.

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    no worries, I should add that I dont have heaps of experience, just a tiny bit, and Im not a roaster, just a taster!

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    Can I suggest getting online at www.mydibellacoffee.com for a huge range of fresh roasted coffee delivered to your door .... Free delivery for orders over $50 anywhere in australia!!

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    When will all coffee drinkers realize that the prime consideration is taste, not whether its equal blends of Ethiopian/Brazilian/Indonesian grown at an altitude of 1500 metres individually roasted to medium roast or blah blah blah. I liken coffee taste to the question / Do you like a red wine ? Hell, yes ! rely "Sheraz" which one of the 100s available ?, Yellowtail at $8 a bottle or Wynns at $35 ? Buy both, swop contents, first glass a good wine drinker might tell the difference but after that WTF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by popsie View Post
    When will all coffee drinkers realize that the prime consideration is taste, not whether its equal blends of Ethiopian/Brazilian/Indonesian grown at an altitude of 1500 metres individually roasted to medium roast or blah blah blah. I liken coffee taste to the question / Do you like a red wine ? Hell, yes ! rely "Sheraz" which one of the 100s available ?, Yellowtail at $8 a bottle or Wynns at $35 ? Buy both, swop contents, first glass a good wine drinker might tell the difference but after that WTF.
    I suspect that if you have bought a bottle of "Sheraz" it was a fair bit cheaper than $8.

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    If you can't taste the difference between Yellowtail and a $35 bottle - stick with the yellowtail.

    I think most coffee drinkers are guided by taste. I sure am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidW1960 View Post
    If you can't taste the difference between Yellowtail and a $35 bottle - stick with the yellowtail.

    I think most coffee drinkers are guided by taste. I sure am.
    Certainly true ...however, as with visual appreciation ( Beauty is in the eye of the beholder etc ..) .. taste preferences vary between individuals.
    Hence why some prefer Latte, some espresso, others long black, with /without sugar, etc.
    Personally i find it hard to detect subtle taste "notes" ( sour /bitter/burnt yes, but beyond that is a guess !) ..however i can quickly appreciate a "good" coffee when its presented >

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    Quote Originally Posted by blend52 View Post
    Personally i find it hard to detect subtle taste "notes" ( sour /bitter/burnt yes, but beyond that is a guess !) ..however i can quickly appreciate a "good" coffee when its presented >
    Likewise here - choclatey etc escapes me - but I know a good coffee, a bad coffee and I know what I like/don't like.

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    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
    I should also say I have - I dunno - maybe 15 different varieties of green here - and I can taste the difference between them although struggle to describe it.



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