Monthly Archives: June 2009

Ice Coffee

Yes, it is definitely ice coffee weather. Since I know there are those of you out there who just cannot go without your daily coffee intake, ice coffee is a wonderful thing to enjoy during these hot summer months. How … Continue reading

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Mocha Java

So we’re starting to venture outside single origins here at Cup to Cup and are delving into the world of blends. Of course, we already have a tasty espresso blend, but we wanted to look at blends for drip coffee. … Continue reading

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Order Online (and other news)!

Check it out, now you can order our coffee directly from our website and have it shipped to your door! Also stay tuned to this blog for an upcoming post on blends. We’ve also got some more exciting news on … Continue reading

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Coffee Tasting!!!(plus as many more exclamation points as it takes to get your attention)

Okay, so this image is slightly misleading because we won’t be in Argentina nor will we be enjoying the above pictured tasty drink However . . . This Saturday, June the 6, 2009 beginning at 10: A.M Cup to Cup … Continue reading

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And Then There Was Blog

Welcome to the inaugural blog of Cup to Cup Coffee Roasters! My name is James Spano, owner of Cup to Cup Coffee Roasters. The purpose of this blog is to share what I can with you about Cup to Cup and coffee … Continue reading

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Coffee Jargon Part Deux

   Why is it that my coffee I bought from the coffee shop doesn’t taste the same at home as when I bought it there?     I’m glad you brought that up. This happens way too often; you have a … Continue reading

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Coffee Jargon Part One

This is the first of what I hope to be several articles attempting to educate the confused but budding coffee enthusiast. I’ll answer questions or discuss coffee topics that can be confusing or just make general offerings for you to … Continue reading

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