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Old 06-03-2014, 10:58 PM   #61
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I am the Roast Master and Green coffee Buyer For Ravens Brew Coffee. Nice to get a shout out on the fourm! Thanks

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Old 06-04-2014, 10:10 PM   #62
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I am the Roast Master and Green coffee Buyer For Ravens Brew Coffee. Nice to get a shout out on the fourm! Thanks
Now if I could just get it in NC like I could when I was stationed in the pacific NW.
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Old 06-05-2014, 03:41 PM   #63
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You can totally get the Raven in NC! Check out the web site ravensbrew.com we ship anywhere in the US.

This is not a sales pitch. There are a lot of great coffee companies out there. Some of my favorites are Raven's Brew, Portland Roasting, Coffee Bean International, Inteligencia, Counter Culture, Zoka, Stumptown, Café d arte, Water avenue, and a bunch of others. Good coffee doesn't just happen. It takes a lot of work and dedication to the craft, much the same as brewing beer.

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Are you guys seeing these price hikes? Get your beans now. Environmental changes are effecting production of coffee

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Are you guys seeing these price hikes? Get your beans now. Environmental changes are effecting production of coffee
I thought it was coffee rust, not "environmental changes", that was responsible for a limited supply.
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I thought it was coffee rust, not "environmental changes", that was responsible for a limited supply.
The disease gets worse as the weather warms...
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The disease gets worse as the weather warms...
And also, IIRC, this is mainly an issue in Central and South America right now, but not in Africa or other regions...

Of course, lower supplies with constant demand will always yield higher prices...
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Yellow can? CDM? Do they still make that?
CDM is definitely still made, although I don't think they do an espresso roast. It's basically just the house coffee for Cafe Du Monde (hence CDM). I'm pretty sure they only do a Coffee & Chicory blend and a French Roast (and maybe a decaf).
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