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Summermoon's wood-fired beans here in Austin .
wood roasted? just went to the website might have to order some of that.
Yeah, it's incredible stuff. They make a "007" and "Moonraker" iced coffee with their signature moonmilk that is perhaps the best coffee drink I've ever had. I've tried about half of their beans - Blue Blazes and Velvet Blaze I think are their main beans IIRC. Really smooth when prepared in a vacuum process IME!
Right on, I'll add it to my list. Bean smith and archetype are pretty legit here in Omaha.
Fortunately, we have many go-to places out here in Portland. My favorite is called Stumptown Coffee. They do an unwashed Salvadoran bean that is just out of this world. I honestly did not realize coffee could have so much and such complex flavor after years of Starbucks swill. High-quality coffee=good.
For me, I prefer Death Wish Ground Coffee. I drink roughly 2.5 cups per day, not sure if that makes me a heavy user, but Death Wish didn't turn me into Jason Statham in "Crank." I don't know if Death Wish really is double the strength as regular coffee, or if I'm just immune to caffeine, but I cannot say that this coffee affected me differently than any other coffee. If that's why you're buying Death Wish, you have been warned - after all, 19.99 is steep for 16 ounce bag of coffee. My heart stayed at sub hummingbird levels, I was able to operate heavy machinery, and I didn't stay up till 4 in the morning. In conclusion, I lived with a Death Wish, and I survived.
I love Batangas Kapeng Barako.
Death wish coffee high in caffeine great in taste.
Sitio Capoeira, Natural, Jeriquara, Brazil
My God! That photograph makes we want some! Coffee porn!
I'm really into the South American coffees lately.
The other day I bought this one after a cupping session with some friends: https://foundrycoffeeroasters.com/products/finca-san-francisco-costa-rica
Never finished 1kg so fast!