Favorite Coffe Brand/ Flavor

Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by Daytonkb, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. Paul Turner

    Paul Turner outside the quote(s) now

    As Vice-President of the Bloomers, I would have to say there is something to be said for percolatin' beans. (I don't use beans, but I've had bean coffee before...good stuff. )
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  2. preidy

    preidy Just call me Dino

    Nothing fancy for me just Folgers Classic - Black.
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  3. Paul Turner

    Paul Turner outside the quote(s) now

    I prefer it just black muhself....although I'll sprinkle in some cinnamon.
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  4. MrDaniel's

    MrDaniel's Well-Known Member

    I usually buy whatever is the second cheapest brand. Unfiltered coffee tastes way better, but i've been lazy lately and used a drip brewer.
    If i'm feeling adventurous, i buy whole beans and grind them myself.
    No milk or sugar, i'll drink my coffee as coffee.
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  5. S Barnhardt

    S Barnhardt Old, Crusty Barn

    I probably don't belong even reading this thread, much less posting.... but what the hey!

    Let's hear it for Green Mountain Nantucket Blend K Cups in a Keurig that goes from pre-dawn to sunset. Long live Amazon auto shipments!
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  6. wchnu

    wchnu Duck Season!

    Folgers is good stuff. Try their black silk.
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  7. wchnu

    wchnu Duck Season!

    Use a stove top perculator. It's awesome.
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  8. richgem

    richgem suffering from chronic clicker hand cramps

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  9. wchnu

    wchnu Duck Season!

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    richgem suffering from chronic clicker hand cramps

  11. brit

    brit in a box

    i wouldn't wear them either..;)
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  12. CrustyCat

    CrustyCat Well-Known Member

    I got a Nespresso machine as a gift from work and they have pretty good coffee. They are pods. Kind of Spendy. But some great tasting coffee.

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  13. MntnMan62

    MntnMan62 Well-Known Member

    I've been buying Java Love beans lately. There is a shop near my home and I can get a full pound for the price of their 12 oz. bags. They will fill your coffee storage container with a pound of coffee for the price of the 12 oz. bag. I've been drinking their Bad Ass Brew but plan on trying their Mokha Java next.

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  14. Mike-R41

    Mike-R41 Well-Known Member

    I love Maxwell House Columbian Roast

    McDonald’s McCafee Medium Roast
    (Yes you can buy a normal sized can of it for your house)

    And I’m a jersey boy so I have to say WAWA . Especially their Vanilla cappuccino espresso !! :eatdrink047::eatdrink013::eatdrink013::eatdrink013::eatdrink013::eatdrink013::eatdrink013::eatdrink013:
  15. Mike-R41

    Mike-R41 Well-Known Member

    I forgot about ChuckFull o’ Nuts I literally just tried that last week and loved it! I always seen it @ the supermarket and thought it was old vintage trash lol
  16. wchnu

    wchnu Duck Season!

    Come for a visit. We'll teach you to drink a dark roast....
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  17. Mike-R41

    Mike-R41 Well-Known Member

    Witch do u recommend?!?!?
  18. wchnu

    wchnu Duck Season!

    French market creole blend is a favorite.
    Any of the Community Coffe DR are good too.
  19. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

    Got a small raise at work and am burned out on my usual so I took the plunge. Signed up this morning, should have something called Funky Chicken arriving this week. Roasts tomorrow, comes out of Virginia
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  20. Technium

    Technium Active Member

    Here in Portland you can't walk three blocks without tripping over a coffee roaster. My favorite, bar none is Spella. I have the misfortune of needing to limit myself to decaf, but their regular roasts are unbelievably rich and earthy. For espresso they are unbelievable. Out of the bag, they don't smell like any other coffee I've run into, but man that flavor is special. Most of the best Italian restaurants here use them. Though easily the most well known, I find Portland's eponymous Stumptown a bit overrated for what you get. Great coffee, but there are so many great coffee's that I don't find it lives up to the hype of the name. For national brands I'm enjoying Cafe Umbria's darker roasts quite good right now. For lighter roasts, I dig Ristretto Roasters. Coava is fantastic, but very expensive, and a little too much attitude has accompanied my cup a bit too often for my tastes.

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