Coffee Tips & Our Local Anchorage Costco

Currently, I’m blending 75% Colombian (medium roast) with 25% French roast (dark), which Costco has locally roasted at Steam Dot in Anchorage. I ran out of a wonderful African roast that I also added. Costco got rid of their roaster, and thus all of their specialty coffees. Steam Dot bought their giant roaster, but continues only three of their blends. Colombian is very good. None are organic.

I store them in the freezer, most often vacuum packing them first in jars.

Instead of cream, I add generous amounts of coconut cream that I get from a local Asian market.

Ground nutmeg and pumpkin pie spice from Frontier Coop (available locally at Natural Pantry) tops it off.

We live 2.5 miles from what I’ve been told is their 2nd most profitable Costco store. They bought Toys-R-Us next door, and are planning on joining the two buildings with an enclosed walkway, which would make it the largest Costco in the world, I am told. One manager still has to approve the project. They’re already using Toys-R-Us in other ways.

Some interesting ideas in this short video:

☕ THIS ROASTED COFFEE BURNS MORE FAT – Dr Alan Mandell, DC

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