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I have not but would like to see how it worked out for you.I raise coffee and have cooked meat with coffee wood and that works well.I will watch your posts 

You will not get the same effect.Actually when beans are roasting they do not smell to good to me,Now how they would taste being used as a smoke on meat would be another issue.

When I get my smoke house going I do plane to try marinating some meat with brewed coffee for experimention.

As for shipping coffee wood to the USA the cost of shipping would break the bank not counting the cost of the product.LOL

Since you are in TX the closest place would be southern part of central america.Now Houston airport does have 3 direct flights a day to Bogota Colombia.I would be glad to come to Bogota and set you up with all the coffee wood that would fit in your suit case hahahahahahahaha

Trey I am paying $2 - $2.50 lb for shipping that is if USDA would let you receive it.I will do some checking around see if it is possible.You do seem determend to try this.I have a friend that lives in San Antonio that visits about 4 or 5 times a year.

In the mean time is you can find dried green coffee beans mix them with some wood chips.The oil in green coffee beans would be like roasting them.Already roasted beans would just go straight to burning and would give off a pungent smoke rite away.

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