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 v.— «I’ve had the opportunity to “cup” (critically evaluate) Torrefazione’s coffee selections several times in the past five years, and I’ve noticed a continual, gradual decline in the quality of the beans used, and roast levels presented.» —“Future looks bright for Kerrisdale coffee geek” by Mark Prince Vancouver Courier (B.C., Can.) Nov. 17, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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