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Old 01-03-2018, 01:44 PM   #1
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Freshly roasted coffee....

There is such huge difference between freshly roasted coffee and what most people drink. If youíve not ever tried roasted to order coffee, I highly recommend it.

Temple coffee is having a 25% off sale and free shipping over 25.00.

Coupon code is Happy2018.

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Old 01-03-2018, 01:59 PM   #2
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There is such huge difference between freshly roasted coffee and what most people drink. If youíve not ever tried roasted to order coffee, I highly recommend it.

Temple coffee is having a 25% off sale and free shipping over 25.00.

Coupon code is Happy2018.

http://store.templecoffee.com/coffees/
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Like Curt, I'm a bit of a coffee snob. Every morning, I grind my beans and use either a French press or a Bialetti depending on the type of beans. That being said, I'm surprised that Curt isn't posing people towards organic beans. For the most part, I try to eat all organic. Especially when it comes to coffee. Conventional coffee, for the most part, contains huge amounts of dangerous chemicals compared to other items in our pantries. Food for thought.

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Like Curt, I'm a bit of a coffee snob. Every morning, I grind my beans and use either a French press or a Bialetti depending on the type of beans. That being said, I'm surprised that Curt isn't posing people towards organic beans. For the most part, I try to eat all organic. Especially when it comes to coffee. Conventional coffee, for the most part, contains huge amounts of dangerous chemicals compared to other items in our pantries. Food for thought.

Oh and: Mmmm Coffeeeeeee...
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Old 01-03-2018, 03:41 PM   #5
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The best is the unfair trade coffee. There is a certain mineral taste that is imparted on the beans from the blood of slaves.
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The best is the unfair trade coffee. There is a certain mineral taste that is imparted on the beans from the blood of slaves.
Thatís the wonderful taste of other humansí suffering, so crisp and delicious in my cup
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