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    Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

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    Hi all

    I know that there are many snobs here with 2 to 5 kg roasters that want to start a small business selling to or running a small cafe or coffee cart with their own roasted coffee. Many competitors and more customers with discerning taste (like us). Well here is another market guys for your beans. Sure its the "bottom end" of the market but you have to start somewhere :-) commercial link removed

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    S.A. Wilsons Therapy Blend organic coffee is the first coffee to be specifically blended and roasted with therapeutic use in mind. *After much research and testing we have developed a coffee blend that has enhanced properties which make it a superior blend for enemas.

    One of the comments weve heard is "Hey, this stuff tastes horrible." *Well, youre absolutely right, it does taste horrible, but youre not supposed to drink this blend are you? *It has been blended and roasted solely for enema use and as far as that goes no other coffee can surpass it. *Using our special 3 stage process we have developed a blend of coffee that is unsurpassed, containing higher levels of the prime elements required for an effective coffee enema.
    .... end quote.

    Mike

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    Re: Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

    Sorry but this either needs move to a very Off Topic and the non sponsor link needs to be given the A *::)

    And as it doesnt make sense without the non sponsors link google "sawilsons coffee" will get you to the bottom of the subject in question.

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    Re: Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

    Sounds like an inside job.

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    Re: Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

    Too many bad puns BF.

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    Re: Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

    i had a friend who used them, she said they were crap, and not all they cracked up to be ::)




    Damn you mike......thought we had an entry level 2-5kg roaster!!!!!!!!!!! :-[

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    Re: Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

    Good morning! Which single origin would you like to try today?

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    Re: Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

    I wonder what the roast profile is that S.A Wilsons coffee is using.
    Maybe like this?


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    Re: Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

    The jokes are getting worse. ::)

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    Re: Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

    Quote Originally Posted by 714D504B414057424A41250 link=1274928337/7#7 date=1275005079
    The jokes are getting worse. *::)
    Not even a joke... Just reflecting the coffee: Weak and drivel ::)

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    Re: Bottom end of the market for home roasters to break into ?

    I reckon I could pull better coffee out of my a... oh never mind *;D



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