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“How do I expect others to enjoy a single-origin half-pull in such an incommodious space when I know that I myself could never?”
“To drink, pick up a single-origin filter coffee from the fabulous Monmouth (from £1.35, 2 Park Street) or stop for a pint (from £3.40) at the Rake on Winchester Walk.”
“The 2010 "State of Espresso" address penned by Mike Prince of CoffeeGeek. com cites four major areas of concern for today's coffee connoisseur: pressure profiling, temperature profiling, trending toward single-origin beans, and espresso in the home.”
“Major coffee chains such as Starbucks Corp. and Peet's Coffee & Tea Inc. have single-origin blends from Guatemala, Costa Rica and Colombia, but not from Honduras.”
“And chocolate lovers who are satisfied with a simple square of chocolate had a dizzying array of tablettes or bars to choose from -- everything from the sublime "Atlantique" of Kestener, with 66 percent cacao from Venezuela, to the single-origin chocolates of Francois Pralus, selected this year by Gault Millau as the Best Chocolatier in Paris.”
“The purist demands his candy bar usher from a single collective, hence not just a single-origin bar, but a single-single-origin bar.”
“Mr. Schultz said he hopes the quality and quantity of the Yunnan-grown coffee will be high enough to sell as a single-origin offering in China, as well as in shops around the world.”
“Want a cappuccino made from single-origin beans at Kaffe 1668?”
“Then again, I have never experienced the pleasure of driving a Mercedes GLK while leather seats warm my ass, single-origin Japanese slow-dripped espresso warms my cockles, and my feathery Specialized 29er hangs like so much toilet paper from the trunk rack.”
“Surprisingly, when asked which chocolatiers he respected most, Torres mentioned not only Francois Pralus, a contemporary French chocolate-maker famous for his single-origin bars, but also Forrest Mars.”
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