DCILY HQ Moving to Sweden


DCILY Update: I’ve been having conversations with people in passing on Twitter recently, so I figured I would just do a quick post to announce some DCILY changes. The DCILY HQ will be upending itself from the coast of Maine and leaving the US of A (Happy 4th!). After traveling to the UK for Coffee Common next week, I will be traveling most of the summer in Europe before landing in Göteborg, Sweden.

I travel a lot, but I’ve never officially lived abroad and it’s something I’ve wanted to do for a while. I don’t plan on changing much in terms of content, other than I won’t be talking about US roasters as much. I’m excited to have access to some of the great Swedish roasters like Da Matteo, Koppi, Drop, Johan & Nyström, Love—and discovering others along the way. I’ll also be a short train ride from Oslo & Tim Wendelboe.

In the meantime, I have some things I need to get rid of:

Behmor 1600 Coffee Roaster (Sold)
1lb capacity home roaster, with 5lbs green coffee included. Owned for 1 year. Used for less than a dozen roasts—cleaned after each one. More info at Behmor

Cuisinart CPK-17 PerfecTemp Electric Kettle (Sold)
1.7 liter kettle w/ temperature settings & 30 minute “keep warm” function. More info.

DCILY 10oz Coffee Mugs ($10 each)
I’ve got a number of these left. If you want these in bulk for a café or store, I will cut you a very good deal, just get in touch. See them here.

“No X in Espresso” Shirts/Stickers ($25/$1)
I still have a few of these left in various sizes. Last chance to get them for the time being. Will be looking into future distribution in the US. See them here.

Interested in any of the above, email me: dearcoffeeiloveyou[at]gmail.com. Deadline for shipping everything is this  Thursday at noon!

The money raised from selling this stuff will help me buy more of the same (only more expensive and with funnier looking plugs) once I settle in Sweden. Thanks for the continued readership and support. Looking forward to bringing you more coffee love from new parts of the world.


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  • Reply Bryan Dorsey 07/04/2011 at 4:11 pm

    Good for you. That sounds like a wonderful plan. I’ve gotta get me a DCILY mug and shirt for sure. Coffee is my friend.

  • Reply Clo 07/04/2011 at 4:28 pm

    Best of luck with the move. If shipping weren’t so expensive I’d be buying some of your stuff dude! Hey – if you have some time to spare can I suggest you pop over to Dublin, Ireland and visit these guys: javarepublic.com. They do tours of their roastery and I’d suggest if you do plan on visiting, that you ask them to book you a tour with David McKernan, the owner. He’s a dead-on bloke and seriously enthusiastic about all things coffee. I’m sure you’d enjoy it.

    Have fun with the Swedes!


  • Reply J 07/04/2011 at 5:13 pm

    Excited to have you here! Hope you’ll survive the Scandi winter 😉

  • Reply Markus 07/04/2011 at 5:15 pm

    Welcome to Sweden! What made you decide to come here? I hope you come and explore Stockholm as well. If you need any advice or help related to the move then I’m sure me and other swedes reading your blog will be happy to help.

  • Reply Matts 07/05/2011 at 10:11 am

    Welcome to Gothenborg(GTB), give me a call when you hitting the ground and we should grab a coffee, don´t sell your stuff get a converter should work

  • Reply Tom 07/06/2011 at 2:42 pm

    2 questions, before I make an offer on the Behmor, how much will shipping cost and what condition is the roaster in?

    • Reply bwj 07/06/2011 at 2:49 pm

      Shipping depends on where you live in the US. Probably between $25-35.

      The roaster is in great condition. I’ve had it for a year, but it’s been in a box most of that time. It’s only been used about a dozen times and cleaned after each use.

  • Reply Piper Jones 07/07/2011 at 10:22 am

    wow, good for you – Sweden! Personally can’t wait to hear all about it.


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