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This is a guest post and cool coffee infographic from Adams & Russell Wholesale Coffee Roasters. Have you ever found it a struggle to easily compare single origin coffee beans when looking for ...

This is a guest post and cool coffee infographic from Adams & Russell Wholesale Coffee Roasters. Have you ever found it a struggle to easily compare single origin coffee beans when looking for .

From the light-bodied and mild flavors of a Starbucks® Blonde roast to the deep intensity of a Starbucks® Dark roast, we believe in roasting each bean to its peak flavor. Learn how to choose the right coffee roast for you.

You can get your coffee in single origin roasted beans or you can get a blend. This applies to any coffee brand that you buy.

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Writing coffee with the "coffee cup stains" is nice. The original stain that makes the "C" was probably enlarged to create the "f", overlaid to create the "e". The nice brown color that remind us of real coffee stain.

hahaha, my pets in the morning ;-)

squirrel peek-a-boo . critters are sooooooooooooo DANG cute 'n funny!