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Coffeeholic-New "Handrip roastery" opening on Eglinton W

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EPIcureanTO Jan 7, 2008 07:56 AM

So I walked this the other day-North side of eglinton W of Bathurst, finally something that's not a chain ( I'm assuming it's independent..)

 
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    EPIcureanTO Apr 12, 2008 09:10 AM

    Ok so I stopped by for a coffee, and it was excellent- very satisfying- *almost* up there with Ezras ..

    The assortment of beans available for roasting look enticing, too.

    ..still wishing to correct my subject topic typo,
    -epi

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      hotsy_totsy49 Mar 13, 2008 01:43 PM

      the place is actually open now
      and i go pretty often

      its a mom & pop shop, but its great
      they really know their stuff and have great beans on site
      and some of the best prices in toronto (for beans, esp for Kopi Luwak)

      and to Yongeman,
      handdrip is a type of brewing coffee
      instead of a machine, the barista brews the coffee for each customer
      not too pricey either
      maybe a couple cents more

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        Yongeman Mar 15, 2008 06:27 AM

        thanks, ht. I'll give it a try when I'm in the area.

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        detritus Jan 7, 2008 09:59 AM

        I wonder what "handrip roastery" is supposed to mean. It sounds painful...

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          Yongeman Jan 7, 2008 10:12 AM

          That's funny, detritus. If you look at the pic posted by EPIcureanTO, it's actually "handdrip". Not quite as vivid, but more in line with coffee preparation. Sounds interesting.

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            EPIcureanTO Jan 9, 2008 03:02 PM

            yaar- I made a boo boo ( I was just reading about handrips you get in Gymnastics when I made this post- whoops)

            How to edit at so late a stage?

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            jayt90 Jan 7, 2008 10:16 AM

            The trendy (or pricey) shop would have a selection of hand roasted beans, then you choose, they grind, and custom drip in a Clover. It won't be cheap...

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              EPIcureanTO Jan 9, 2008 03:03 PM

              ^^I'm rather hoping it'll be akin to my new coffee addiction- Ezras Pound..

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