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Now Brewing: Red Barn Coffee

RedBarn.jpgGood stuff, this Red Barn coffee. We are drinking Red Barn Espresso, dark roast, and it has a nice taste and great aroma. It’s bold and zesty with just a hint of a smoky taste. It leans toward the burnt side, but just barely … and I don’t like the burnt stuff and I really like this one. Good crema…. just right.

What’s the best coffee you’ve had of late? Who has tasted this fine stuff from Red Barn? (If you’re in Boston, you can get it at Faneuil Hall.)


I brew this stuff in a Rancilio Silvia, and the crema was nice. A friend was over and I asked him to smell the beans and try a cup and he wanted more.

This stuff is roasted in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. When you can get those New Englanders out of a Dunkin’ Donuts and roasting their own stuff, they know what to do — and Red Barn does it well.


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Carl Holmes

posted June 5, 2009 at 5:00 pm

One of the many reasons I hang around here is because you are a coffee drinker. I never trust a theologian who does not drink or enjoy a good cup of coffee.

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posted June 5, 2009 at 10:12 pm

No finer brew than Costa Rican from Cafe Milagro. After 10 days in Costa Rica drinking their coffee, you’ll NEVER drink another!! Check out their organic.

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adolph pavel

posted June 6, 2009 at 2:58 pm

Amen on trusting a theologian that does not enjoy a good cup of Dunkin’ Donuts original. A. :)

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posted June 6, 2009 at 8:41 pm

Check out Blacksmith Coffee, roasted in Lindsborg, Kansas.
Does a great job bringing out the natural flavor of the bean.

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posted June 8, 2009 at 4:31 pm

Peets–there is no substitute:

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