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At the suggestion of more than a half of a dozen of friends, I decided to try the famous Jamaica Blue coffee. So now we are brewing some Jamaica Blue. And we got our Zassenhaus hand grinder. The big advantage: fresh grinds give off more aroma.

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Jamie Hollis

posted October 20, 2007 at 9:44 am

Congratulations on your new grinder:) My husband loves his Zassenhaus.

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Matt S

posted October 20, 2007 at 11:09 am

Drink fresh brewed coffee.
Brew fresh ground coffee.
Grind fresh roasted coffee.
It’s too bad you couldn’t find some JBM that is fresh – I’m sure it would be much better!
The Zass grinders make great coffee at the cost of some effort.
The conical burr is a good solution – if you get tired of the hand crank, the Baratza grinders have a conical burr set (of equal or better quality) and are powered.
I miss my Zass – I sent it with my sister when she went to China to teach English.

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Kansas Bob

posted October 20, 2007 at 12:24 pm

Did you buy it from Amazon? If so, you need to update us on it Scot.. inquiring minds need to know.. and maybe order a can!!

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Tony Stiff

posted October 20, 2007 at 3:26 pm

Just had some Jamican Blue Iced Coffee, apparently someone out there is bottling it. Very smooth, and it seemed to taste more like the beans and less like a sweetened drink…
Which Zass did you get?

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Scot McKnight

posted October 20, 2007 at 8:07 pm

Kansas Bob,
Yep; got it from Amazon.
Which Zass? That small one; not the lap one. A nice birch wood boxy little thing. It surprised me how long it took to grind what I put in but it was fun.

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Tom (aka Volkmar)

posted October 23, 2007 at 5:08 pm

Had Blue Mt. coffee fresh in Jamaica about three years ago. Certainly good. But, when it’s all said and done I’d just as soon have fresh Tim Horton’s ….

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