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Date: 24 Nov 2006 21:06:38
From:
Subject: A place to order fresh roasted coffee in Arizona
Here's a website I started to help bring fresh, small batch roasted
coffee to coffee lovers everywhere. Please take a look and email me if
you have any
questions. Thank you in advance for taking a look and your
consideration.

Thanks Again!
www.theespressolounge.net





 
Date: 25 Nov 2006 15:40:37
From:
Subject: Re: A place to order fresh roasted coffee in Arizona
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Date: 25 Nov 2006 13:11:48
From:
Subject: Re: A place to order fresh roasted coffee in Arizona
Point noted and accepted. I've been in love with the coffee industry
for about 13 years. Some of my friends work a roaster out of Wisconsin
and they definatly helped fuel the desire to be involved with coffee
more. I've since been working for a company that's involved in the
syrup and sauce side of the industry. I love everyday of it. It's
great being able to visit coffee houses all day. I have a lot of
respect for those owners who are serious about the quality of coffee
instead of justs the profits. In addition to finding great coffee
houses, I've also found great roasters as well. Which led me to link
up with one of them and sell coffee online. I have plans on learning
how to roast myself. More for fun than anything. I post on several
coffee sites without pitching my product. I will also do the same
here. It's great to be able to network out with others who are
passionate about the quality of coffee.
Thanks,
Steve

On Nov 25, 1:35 pm, North Sullivan <northwri...@bluebottle.com > wrote:
> On 25 Nov 2006 10:44:40 -0800, kessler.st...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> >Sorry 'bout that. I was trying to get a little more visibility for a
> >few days over the holiday weekend. If i've upset you, please except my
> >apology.You didn't upset me. I'm trying to find out if you have anything to
> contribute to the group, besides a straight sales pitch (offered twice
> on consecutive days).
>
> I'm a former hobbyist who now roasts coffee professionally in a small
> town. I've chosen not to sell my coffee through this newsgroup, but
> if you have something to offer the newsgroup other than a straight
> salespitch, it would be a great way for you to gain visibility. Do
> you roast or are you a publicist? Hey, tell us about yourself...
>
> North Sullivan



  
Date: 25 Nov 2006 16:36:31
From: North Sullivan
Subject: Re: A place to order fresh roasted coffee in Arizona
On 25 Nov 2006 13:11:48 -0800, kessler.steve@gmail.com wrote:
> I have plans on learning
>how to roast myself. More for fun than anything. I post on several
>coffee sites without pitching my product. I will also do the same
>here. It's great to be able to network out with others who are
>passionate about the quality of coffee.
>Thanks,
>Steve

This is a great group of mostly hobbyists; spamming is strongly
discouraged. Good luck on the home roasting plans. You're probably
aware that there are many ways to roast coffee at the personal level,
and just about all of them have been tried by somebody here.
Alt.coffee is an excellent resource to expand knowledge and
experiences about coffee. The people on alt.coffee are largely
responsible for my decision to enter the business.

Welcome, and I hope that you do stick around to participate.

North Sullivan



 
Date: 25 Nov 2006 10:44:40
From:
Subject: Re: A place to order fresh roasted coffee in Arizona
Sorry 'bout that. I was trying to get a little more visibility for a
few days over the holiday weekend. If i've upset you, please except my
apology.

On Nov 25, 10:48 am, North Sullivan <northwri...@bluebottle.com > wrote:
> On 24 Nov 2006 21:06:38 -0800, kessler.st...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> >Here's a website I started to help bring fresh, small batch roasted
> >coffee to coffee lovers everywhere. Please take a look and email me if
> >you have any
> >questions. Thank you in advance for taking a look and your
> >consideration.
>
> >Thanks Again!
> >www.theespressolounge.netYou posted this yesterday too....Why don't you tell us something new?
>
> Are you the roaster or the publicist? C'mon, we want to get to know
> you better...
>
> North Sullivan



  
Date: 25 Nov 2006 14:35:26
From: North Sullivan
Subject: Re: A place to order fresh roasted coffee in Arizona
On 25 Nov 2006 10:44:40 -0800, kessler.steve@gmail.com wrote:

>Sorry 'bout that. I was trying to get a little more visibility for a
>few days over the holiday weekend. If i've upset you, please except my
>apology.

You didn't upset me. I'm trying to find out if you have anything to
contribute to the group, besides a straight sales pitch (offered twice
on consecutive days).

I'm a former hobbyist who now roasts coffee professionally in a small
town. I've chosen not to sell my coffee through this newsgroup, but
if you have something to offer the newsgroup other than a straight
salespitch, it would be a great way for you to gain visibility. Do
you roast or are you a publicist? Hey, tell us about yourself...

North Sullivan




 
Date: 25 Nov 2006 11:48:59
From: North Sullivan
Subject: Re: A place to order fresh roasted coffee in Arizona
On 24 Nov 2006 21:06:38 -0800, kessler.steve@gmail.com wrote:

>Here's a website I started to help bring fresh, small batch roasted
>coffee to coffee lovers everywhere. Please take a look and email me if
>you have any
>questions. Thank you in advance for taking a look and your
>consideration.
>
>Thanks Again!
>www.theespressolounge.net

You posted this yesterday too....Why don't you tell us something new?

Are you the roaster or the publicist? C'mon, we want to get to know
you better...

North Sullivan