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John Redmond

A great cup of coffee is hard to find. The beans, the roast, the water, the temperature, the brewing, the barista... it all matters. And a place that is serving great coffee one day may not be the next.
Get the low-down on the coffee culture in your neigborhood at http://CoffeeGrail.com - a database of ratings and opinions from the community of coffee lovers.

Check out my coffee log (CLOG?) -- the ratings and comments of "Vitamin-C:" http://www.coffeegrail.com/clogs.aspx?handle=Vitamin-c

Steve Lenzo

After reading your article in the NYTimes I tried the Black Cat Inteligentsia beans and they were OK....but to experience the true magic of coffee check out www.scottbroscoffee.com. They are a small, family-owned, custom roaster in Curlew, WA. When you call them, you talk to the owners/roasters. They will roast and mail your beans the same day you place your order. The mail man will get a buzz from carrying the package in his/her bag all morning! This coffee is the best.

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