Saturday, July 4, 2009

Coffee roasting made dope or fly

If you have a hard time believing that there is anything fly or dope, about roasting coffee this promotional video for Doma Cofee Roasting Company, might just change your mind. Doma Coffee Roasting Company is owned and operated by Terry Patano, who, even though I've never met him, I regard as something of a homeboy or "homie" in the street parlance of my particular hood.

Seriously now, I first tried Terry's coffee last year when he graciously sent some samples to my crib. Then I tried it again when he sent more and now that he sells the stuff online my wife, who gets goofy when she drinks the stuff, orders it about once a month. It's certainly the best coffee I've ever been able to buy on a regular basis. No Starbuck's style blast furnace treatment here. Every bean is roasted just enough to acheived a complex and robust nose, and no more.


tyronebcookin said...

Thats pretty cool video, I know you have talked about them in the past, any chance they will let you run a special discount and we use the code BOB or BdG for a percent off?

...well if not, I will probably go for a try anyway.

Carrie said...

Thanks for the rec - I'm always interested in what's in the kitchen of people who cook for a living. We're big coffee lovers in this house, so I may have to splurge on a pound of good beans for a treat.

That post cracked me up, yo! LOL