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    Espresso Wow - keeps on wow'ing

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    Well, I've just taken delivery of my 280th kilo of Andy's Espresso Wow, its just simply the best retail roasted bean I can find!

    I don't live in a capital city so 'snob worthy tasting coffee is currently only found at home. I visit both Melbourne and Adelaide numerous times a year and make sure I visit as many favourite cafe's as I can, often enjoying their coffee and bringing some browns home. But, when all's said and done, used by myself or others on commercial/home/super-auto machines and a mix of user skill levels (and evaluating the taste appropriately given those variables) there's nothing that's as forgiving and delicious as Espresso Wow.

    Thanks Andy and the team; quality, freshness and speed - every time.

    This is not a paid advertisement (hahaha), just credit where credit is due.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prloring View Post
    Well, I've just taken delivery of my 280th kilo of Andy's Espresso Wow, its just simply the best retail roasted bean I can find!

    I don't live in a capital city so 'snob worthy tasting coffee is currently only found at home. I visit both Melbourne and Adelaide numerous times a year and make sure I visit as many favourite cafe's as I can, often enjoying their coffee and bringing some browns home. But, when all's said and done, used by myself or others on commercial/home/super-auto machines and a mix of user skill levels (and evaluating the taste appropriately given those variables) there's nothing that's as forgiving and delicious as Espresso Wow.

    Thanks Andy and the team; quality, freshness and speed - every time.

    This is not a paid advertisement (hahaha), just credit where credit is due.
    280 KILOS!! No wonder it has a WOW at the end!

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    You're supplying the entire town where you live... right? That's almost 2kg a week since you joined and that doesn't include the 'browns' you bring home nor the coffees you have when visiting the smoke. You're probably keeping 3 entire Colombian families alive all by yourself.

    Guess I'm gonna have to get me some WOW next time I'm buying...

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    It is a lot! This includes my orders for the work office and a small church cafe that I run, hence the line about different machines and users, all of which I get to taste fairly frequently. The blend is so easy to dial in (freshness obviously helps) even our newest of 'barista' can get their shots right.

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    WOW is special. Even though I live a long way from Melbourne it is well worth the postage to get something this good.
    There is an outlet of a really good small coffee chain in my city but they have never offered anything that competes with WOW.
    I always think WOW is so 'idiot-proof' - you can have a less-than-perfect pour and it will still taste great - very forgiving blend.

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    Rocky, my point exactly - I agree 1000%

    So, the question becomes.....Why aren't any cafes using it as their house blend? Or does anyone know of one? (Except for Feify and her stuff)



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