September 13, 2007

In Pursuit of the Best Coffees in the World


If you are a fan of high quality coffee you'll enjoy reading an article in the NY Times about the lengths some coffee roasters go to so that they can get some of the best coffees in the world. It's not all glamour, as it's a lot of travel to far off places that aren't too close to the 5 star hotel, but the dividends can be incredible as some of the finest lots of coffees and yes, even micro-lots of coffee can be found, bought and roasted into pure heaven. If you've been hanging around coffee culture, you'll probably recognize some of the names: Stumptown, Intelligentsia, Tea Traders, Counter culture and Terroir.

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Posted by Scott Martin at September 13, 2007 8:59 AM
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