Looking for Artisan Roaster in New Brunswick CANADA

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Looking for Artisan Roaster in New Brunswick CANADA

Postby jdavidwaldman on Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:26 am

One of our loyal retail customers has moved to Waterside, New Brunswick E4H 4L2. (The nearest "large" cities are Moncton and Saint John. Sussex is also fairly close by.) In the name of good coffee diplomacy, I would like to find them a local source for artisan roasted beans. I cannot in good conscience justify shipping to them. I am sure there are good roasters in their area. Please reply with suggestions or PM is fine. thx!
... but how does it taste?
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Re: Looking for Artisan Roaster in New Brunswick CANADA

Postby Andy Wilkin on Tue Oct 05, 2010 1:18 pm

I don't know of any in New Brunswick, but there are certainly a few in Nova Scotia, which would be closer than New Jersey. There is Java Blend, Just Us, and TAN in NS.
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Re: Looking for Artisan Roaster in New Brunswick CANADA

Postby danyee on Sat Oct 09, 2010 5:29 pm

I lived in Fredericton over 2006 and there definitely wasn't any good coffee available that I could find. Maybe look to Quebec where there a few roasters. It's close-ish.
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Re: Looking for Artisan Roaster in New Brunswick CANADA

Postby sutono on Tue Oct 12, 2010 3:07 pm

i totally vouch for just us - we have cupped a great number of their coffees recently - stellar
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Re: Looking for Artisan Roaster in New Brunswick CANADA

Postby Robert Csar on Fri Jan 14, 2011 4:30 am

Red Whale Coffee is decent.
http://www.redwhalecoffee.com/
1 hour & 45 minute drive.
Or just drive 3 1/2 hours to Halifax and buy 49th from Two If By Sea.
http://twoifbyseabakeshop.com/

...I would.
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