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Old 06-03-2005, 01:10 PM   #11
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i'm really happy with mine. i used a local coffee that's been roasted in my hometown for like 50 years. Seaport Coffee from the Beaomunt Coffee

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i'm really happy with mine. i used a local coffee that's been roasted in my hometown for about 50 years. Seaport Coffee from the Beaumont Coffee Company. Just a cool little quirk to give it some nostalgia too!

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