On a heads-up from The Noble Viola, we looked in on Oregon Symphony Orchestra cellist Justin Kagan's Badbeard's Microroastery in Portland, Oregon, and placed our order for four pounds of their new blend of Panama, Sumatran ,and Ethiopian coffees named "Symphony". For the past 10 years or so, our monthly four-pound coffee order was for a single-origin Columbian which we obtained from a first-rate roaster located in Long Beach, California, and while we were more than satisfied with their product, Mr. Kagan's "Symphony" blend had the special added attraction that for every pound of the $11.95/lb blend ordered, $2.00 will be donated to the Oregon Symphony Orchestra. We live in New Jersey, but our freshly-roasted order (Mr. Kagan roasts to order only) arrived at our door only two days after shipping. The roast was first-rate, and the blend, while somewhat sharper (a bit more acid) on the palate than our regular single-origin Columbian, more than satisfying, and we intend placing our four-pound monthly coffee order with Mr. Kagan for his "Symphony" blend from hereon in. So, if you're a classical music-loving coffee freak, you might consider giving the "Symphony" blend a try. It will delightfully fulfill your coffee requirements while simultaneously making you a bona fide patron of a genuine symphony orchestra. Sounds like a good deal to us.