If you love coffee, today’s post will help you understand the terms associated with it, and you’ll hear from Floyd, a local coffee roaster in our hometown. The store he owns with his sons is where we get all of our coffee, and because it’s so good, now I can’t really enjoy any other kind. Everything else tastes off to me and is no where near as smooth and wonderful.
I was excited to learn more from him about where our coffee comes from. Even though it isn’t grown locally, it feels good buying from a local roaster who we trust to know where to get the best beans and how to handle them safely.
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