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  • SilverBulletsSilverBullets BMW Members Posts: 5,878 ✭✭
    jerebear21 wrote:


    Staufs?



    You have a grinder ? Get a good grinder in the 200-300 range and your life will never be the same. I used to make espresso all the time but after getting the moccamaster why bother.



    Believe it or not the best brew beans that my wife and I ever had is the willow blend from Starbucks. And we tried it all. When we found out it discontinued we bought excess of 10 bags and put it in the freezer.



    I grind fresh beans before brewing. It makes a world of a difference. Only seconds to do. Saves me 15 minutes from waiting in line at Starbucks and my coffee taste way better.




    Staufs is a local coffee roaster in Columbus, Ohio. I grew up drinking their coffee back home. They were locally roasting coffee at a very high level before it was cool. I have tried most of the highly rated local roasters in Phoenix (cartel coffee, Press Coffee, etc.) and none of them stack up to Staufs.



    You can order Staufs online now through their website (staufs.com) and they ship nationwide. My favorite is the Sumatra Vienna roast. Bold, deep, full flavor and no bitterness to speak of. It's worth giving them a shot. People in Columbus have been raving about them for 30 years now. They roast as good of coffee as I have ever found.
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  • WarrickWarrick ClubWRX Posts: 10,235 ClubWRX

    jerebear21 wrote:


    Staufs?



    You have a grinder ? Get a good grinder in the 200-300 range and your life will never be the same. I used to make espresso all the time but after getting the moccamaster why bother.



    Believe it or not the best brew beans that my wife and I ever had is the willow blend from Starbucks. And we tried it all. When we found out it discontinued we bought excess of 10 bags and put it in the freezer.



    I grind fresh beans before brewing. It makes a world of a difference. Only seconds to do. Saves me 15 minutes from waiting in line at Starbucks and my coffee taste way better.




    Staufs is a local coffee roaster in Columbus, Ohio. I grew up drinking their coffee back home. They were locally roasting coffee at a very high level before it was cool. I have tried most of the highly rated local roasters in Phoenix (cartel coffee, Press Coffee, etc.) and none of them stack up to Staufs.



    You can order Staufs online now through their website (staufs.com) and they ship nationwide. My favorite is the Sumatra Vienna roast. Bold, deep, full flavor and no bitterness to speak of. It's worth giving them a shot. People in Columbus have been raving about them for 30 years now. They roast as good of coffee as I have ever found.




    Any recommendation on a low acid, medium body selection from them?



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  • SilverBulletsSilverBullets BMW Members Posts: 5,878 ✭✭
    Warrick wrote:


    jerebear21 wrote:


    Staufs?



    You have a grinder ? Get a good grinder in the 200-300 range and your life will never be the same. I used to make espresso all the time but after getting the moccamaster why bother.



    Believe it or not the best brew beans that my wife and I ever had is the willow blend from Starbucks. And we tried it all. When we found out it discontinued we bought excess of 10 bags and put it in the freezer.



    I grind fresh beans before brewing. It makes a world of a difference. Only seconds to do. Saves me 15 minutes from waiting in line at Starbucks and my coffee taste way better.




    Staufs is a local coffee roaster in Columbus, Ohio. I grew up drinking their coffee back home. They were locally roasting coffee at a very high level before it was cool. I have tried most of the highly rated local roasters in Phoenix (cartel coffee, Press Coffee, etc.) and none of them stack up to Staufs.



    You can order Staufs online now through their website (staufs.com) and they ship nationwide. My favorite is the Sumatra Vienna roast. Bold, deep, full flavor and no bitterness to speak of. It's worth giving them a shot. People in Columbus have been raving about them for 30 years now. They roast as good of coffee as I have ever found.




    Any recommendation on a low acid, medium body selection from them?



    Thanks.




    I tend to like more full bodied coffees so I haven't had many of their medium body roasts. My go to was always the French or Vienna Sumatra, but, they can't get the Sumatra beans right now so I have had to branch out.



    This past week my parents brought the Java Estate beans on vacation with us. It was great. I actually ordered a couple lbs of it after drinking it. It's a low acidity, full bodied roast. Wasn't quite as strong/bold as the Sumatra beans I typically buy, but, was great. I actually think I like it more.



    The one medium bodied I know I have had (and liked alot) is the Stauf's House blend. It is listed as moderate acidity though. This is one I would probably start with though.



    The Stauf's people are super nice, you can always call them though and I'm sure they will point you in the right direction. I have been going there with my parents since I was a little kid (yeah my parents let me start drinking coffee when I was 6 or so...). The guy who started Stauf's is incredibly smart. For whatever reason he fell in love with coffee. He has since sold Stauf's, but, they kept him on to oversee and consult on the roasting. The quality did not change at all after the sale (it was a number of years ago). He now spends most of his time traveling the world consulting with roasters of all sizes.
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  • jerebear21jerebear21 Don't Go Left ClubWRX Posts: 3,250 ClubWRX
    I’ll be in Columbus this week. Where exactly do I get this staufs coffee beans ? I need to grab a couple bags for my wife to try.
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  • WarrickWarrick ClubWRX Posts: 10,235 ClubWRX
    I am ok with a fuller body, just can't do high acid coffee.



    I think I may grab a couple pounds of the Java Estate and give it a try. I love Sumatra, just a little much for a daily



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  • SilverBulletsSilverBullets BMW Members Posts: 5,878 ✭✭
    edited Jul 11, 2018 #189
    jerebear21 wrote:


    I'll be in Columbus this week. Where exactly do I get this staufs coffee beans ? I need to grab a couple bags for my wife to try.




    The Grandview Ave location in Grandview is the original location. It's where I always went as it's the closest location to where I used to live.



    There are a few downtown now as well. I haven't been to them. The locations downtown were a different coffee shop, which is now the parent company of Stauf's. I believe they have rebranded all of them as Stauf's. I assume you can buy beans at the newer downtown locations but am not positive on that (they rebranded those as Stauf's since I have moved to Phoenix).
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  • SilverBulletsSilverBullets BMW Members Posts: 5,878 ✭✭
    Warrick wrote:


    I am ok with a fuller body, just can't do high acid coffee.



    I think I may grab a couple pounds of the Java Estate and give it a try. I love Sumatra, just a little much for a daily



    Thanks.




    Hope you enjoy it and hope I didn't lead you a stray lol.
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