Are you ready for this?

I sure am!  You will be treated to reviews of all types of coffees and coffee related products.  I will also be teaching you about different kinds of roasts, bean origins, and proper brewing techniques to help you make that perfect cup of heavenly joe!  The first video will be published very soon!  The original lauch was a soft date of Feb 20th, but unforeseen circumstances surrounding a simple home reno gone wrong have caused delays. 🙁  The good news is that there are many great companies begging me to test their products and offering free supplies.  Hopefully they are as enthusiastic after my review, because if their product is no good then I will tell you so!  I look forward to sharing with you my passion for coffee.  See you soon!

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  • nate_s

    Testing…this is only a test….beeeeeeeeeeeeeep

  • Angela P

    Sure, first you get me hooked on the Cafe Forte… now this!! JK! I am excited to hear about some good coffeeeee!!!

  • Angela P

    Sure, first you get me hooked on the Cafe Forte… now this!! JK! I am excited to hear about some good coffeeeee!!!

    • Cool Angela! It's going to be fun. If I can only get electricity to my set! 2/3 of my house had to be re-wired, holes, dust and debris everywhere. See the video at http://www.blogOnate.com I WILL have the first video up this week!

  • nate_s

    Cool Angela! It's going to be fun. If I can only get electricity to my set! 2/3 of my house had to be re-wired, holes, dust and debris everywhere. See the video at <a href="http://www.blogOnate.com&quot; target="_blank">http://www.blogOnate.com</a&gt; I WILL have the first video up this week!

  • David H

    looking forward to your reviews i really can't stand timhortons any idea where they get there coffee beans from ?

  • David H

    looking forward to your reviews i really can't stand timhortons any idea where they get there coffee beans from ?

    • Thanks David! It's been crazy around here with more demo than reno happening…all very unexpectedly! I will have a video up this weekend despite the endless amount of dust and lack of lighting!
      I totally agree with your assessment of Tim Hortons' coffee and I was wondering where they get their beans from as well. I'll be investigating that! It's no wonder their sales are dropping like a rock in the USA. There is no nostalgic connection to the American consumer, as there is in Canada. Their coffee is weak and stale, while their baked goods are average at best, throw in the 'gas station' quality "cappuccino" and you have a very mediocre package. Good coffee is the fuel that gets me through the day! 🙂

  • nate_s

    Thanks David! It's been crazy around here with more demo than reno happening…all very unexpectedly! I will have a video up this weekend despite the endless amount of dust and lack of lighting! I totally agree with your assessment of Tim Hortons' coffee and I was wondering where they get their beans from as well. I'll be investigating that! It's no wonder their sales are dropping like a rock in the USA. There is no nostalgic connection to the American consumer, as there is in Canada. Their coffee is weak and stale, while their baked goods are average at best, throw in the 'gas station' quality &quot;cappuccino&quot; and you have a very mediocre package. Good coffee is the fuel that gets me through the day! 🙂

  • Tamara

    Wow…I can see you are sampling my PERSONAL FAVOURITE!!! It's more expensive in comparison to a can of Folgers (by the way, can you tell me what the &quot;crystals&quot; really are and why that would be something one would want in their coffee???) however considering you are getting quality shade grown Arabica beans, fairly traded, in a non-chemical &amp; pesticide-laden cup of quality brew which tastes a 1000 times better, why not switch to an ethical 'fix' by making a POT for the price of a cup of Tim's. Coffee is the 1st or 2nd largest commodity in the world…and cheap java is making someone a TON of jack, meanwhile financially raping farmers and contributing to poverty and pollution of villages and habitat in countries where they are being paid sweat shop salaries and forced to grow poor quality coffee just to survive and keep up with the demands of greedy westerners who don't have a clue what is really happening–I could go on, but I won't. I'm looking forward to hearing more from your reviews, Nate. The good, the bad, and the ugly!

  • Tamara

    Wow…I can see you are sampling my PERSONAL FAVOURITE!!! It's more expensive in comparison to a can of Folgers (by the way, can you tell me what the "crystals" really are and why that would be something one would want in their coffee???) however considering you are getting quality shade grown Arabica beans, fairly traded, in a non-chemical & pesticide-laden cup of quality brew which tastes a 1000 times better, why not switch to an ethical 'fix' by making a POT for the price of a cup of Tim's. Coffee is the 1st or 2nd largest commodity in the world…and cheap java is making someone a TON of jack, meanwhile financially raping farmers and contributing to poverty and pollution of villages and habitat in countries where they are being paid sweat shop salaries and forced to grow poor quality coffee just to survive and keep up with the demands of greedy westerners who don't have a clue what is really happening–I could go on, but I won't. I'm looking forward to hearing more from your reviews, Nate. The good, the bad, and the ugly!

  • colin

    wow that look like a good pot of coffee looking forward to lrean more about coffee

  • colin

    wow that look like a good pot of coffee looking forward to lrean more about coffee