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Strong Women Strong Coffee

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Strong Women Strong Coffee
In 1670 Dorothy Jones of Boston becomes the first licensed coffee trader in America!

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5 Free Tools to Create Mind-Blowing Home Roasted Coffee

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5 Free Tools to Create Mind-Blowing Home Roasted Coffee
These are not tools of control,  they are tools of reaction.   Just use these five easy free tools when home coffee roasting and great coffee will come to you.

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How is Coffee like Love?

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How is Coffee like Love?
Maybe you’ve heard about the Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony. Somewhat like a Japanese Tea Ceremony. There is tradition, meaning, and a ritual to it. Coffee “Buna” is served in small cups.

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Don't Burn Your Tongue

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Don't Burn Your Tongue
In prior posts, it was pointed out that coffee trees like good drainage. Volcanic soil is perfect for this and it tends to be found at elevations coffee like, so that’s a perfect match. Volcanic ranges tend to hang around the equator where sunlight is pretty even, and that’s perfect too.

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The Coffee Project Flavor Wheel -- Find Your Favorite Green Coffee!

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The Coffee Project Flavor Wheel -- Find Your Favorite Green Coffee!
The Flavor Wheel helps you find the coffees that you love by allowing you to sort them by the characteristics that you find most appealing.  For example, I love a cup with some fruit in it, but I also want a solid body.

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