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#169485 11/10/04 01:15 AM
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...consider bringing a coffee grinder/coffee maker. Does the new coffee place in San Pedro sell coffee beans from Guatemala?


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#169486 11/10/04 08:03 AM
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If they don't, you can order from MacMillan in Belize City, who import from Guatemala.


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#169487 11/10/04 08:47 AM
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Yes, Caye coffee sells beans from Guatemala. They roast their coffee once a week. You can either buy the coffee in whole bean or ground. Try their Mayan blend. It is great. You can buy the coffee at stores around town, including BC's, or their store is on the south part of the island near the sausage factory.

#169488 11/10/04 10:01 AM
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hey prez.... bring me back a bag of mayan blend. let me know what it costs and i'll send ya a check.

#169489 11/10/04 10:43 AM
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fuzzy navel where are you? Wasn't the coffee at Portofino GREAT? I was so pleased it was ready at 6am!!! laugh

#169490 11/11/04 12:24 AM
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...thank you all for the advice. And Denny...I still have a half bag of Paisano Coffee which I'm putting on Ebay. Happy Bidding!! PS. I'll put the coffee on my list of things to do...now, where is that dang list?


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#169491 11/11/04 12:31 AM
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With the fear of over complicating my life in San Pedro; if I bring a good grinder...could I make a decadent cup of coffee with a Mr Coffee, or do I need a special high tech coffee maker? PS. Cost IS an object.


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#169492 11/11/04 12:51 AM
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use a kitchen seive & newspaper filter along with your tea kettle - save ur money for good coffee beans


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#169493 11/11/04 04:49 PM
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...sounds like a good grinder and an old fashion stove-top "perkalator" might work, Klcman. Tru?


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#169494 11/11/04 05:49 PM
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me belizes dat to be tru wink


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