Re: Local Roasting Problems?
- From: "Tex" <pearland@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2009 09:37:06 -0600
The Costco in Kirkland, WA has had a roaster in-store since ~'96 and at
least one of the San Antonio, TX stores has a roaster. The last share
holders meeting I went to it was mentioned that they probably wouldn't be
adding them to new stores.
Robert (Tex) Harmon
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"Dee Randall" <deedovey@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Hugh" <jardonh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I buy my coffee beans out of the roaster at my local Costco. Generally
this has been great, a great product at a very inexpensive price. The last
batch, however, was tasteless, very tasteless. Rather than the bean,
someone suggested to me that it may have been improperly roasted,
basically not roasted enough. Have any had this problem? If you roast at
home, does underroasting do the same thing? Is there anything you can do
Hugh, I'm at a loss to know what you mean when you say you buy beans out
of the roaster at your local Costco. Could you tell me where/what local
Costco you buy beans out of a roaster. I've been shopping Costco (Price
Club) since 1988 and I've never seen any product such as this.
Thanks so much.
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