Favorite Coffe Brand/ Flavor

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

  1. S Barnhardt

    S Barnhardt Old, Crusty Barn

    I'm afraid "instant gratification" has taken over in our house when it comes to coffee, especially in the morning!
    It is an "iffy" place to be until the first few swigs of coffee have gone down! After that, things improve.

    However, since we have a natural gas stove, we do have a mostly "all glass" stove top percolator for those rare times the power goes off rendering the Keurig inoperative. It's a hoot to watch.
     
  2. wchnu

    wchnu Duck Season!

    Yup those are a ton of fun !!!
     
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  3. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

    We haven't use Folgers red can in over 10 years because the quality dropped. Was at Big Lots this morning and rolled the dice on a 3.99 can of Folgers Noir Rich Satin. Was prepared to be disappointed but it's surprisingly very good, very flavorful, very smooth. Would definitely buy again.
     
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  4. Todd Pedlar

    Todd Pedlar Well-Known Member

    My general go-to is Lavazza Sinfonico or Gran Filtro Dark Roast - stovetop Bialetti coffee maker or French Press.
     
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  5. DaltonGang

    DaltonGang Ol' Itchy Whiskers

    Still drinking Texas Pecan, from the local convenience store, each morning at work. They have these large machines, with hoppers on top, that allows three types of coffee beans. You select your type, it grinds the beans, packs it down, then quickly brews it, like at a coffee house. It then automatically discards the grounds. Fresh ground every cup, and better than CharBucks coffee.
    On my weekend, I enjoy a nice Kahlua Coffee, made in a French Press.
     
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  6. Paul Turner

    Paul Turner outside the quote(s) now

    I'm a Folgers man muhself....I haven't noticed the drop in its quality.
     
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  7. Dan The Man

    Dan The Man New Member

    Same here been using Folgers Classic for years and still like it. Once in a while I'll buy a can of Chock Full of Nuts which is also good coffee.
     
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  8. gorgo2

    gorgo2 geezerhood

    Maybe it was just the Gourmet Supreme.
     
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  9. Xring3

    Xring3 Active Member

    Folgers or Maxwell House. They are usually on sale somewhere. Hills Brothers sometimes. I’ll try any other brand if the price is right.
     
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  10. Leo501

    Leo501 Well-Known Member

    I prefer a medium roast. Two of my faves are Seattle's Best Coffee and Gevalia. Currently enjoying some local java from one of the many small roasters that are popping up in cities and suburbs across the country, House Cup Coffee, with an online store as well as brick & mortar.
     
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  11. Badgerstate

    Badgerstate Well-Known Member

    Ive become a big fan of Aldi's coffee lately. Its cheap and its good. Back in the fall I was at Aldi and needed coffee, so I took a chance on their Specially Selected German Rosted and it was surprisingly good. Like, really good for being less than $4.
    Recently, I picked up some of their Barissimo brand coffee and its really good too. Plus its cheap, which is always good.
    I used to always buy Dunkin Dark or Folger's Noir but Ive been enjoying Aldi coffee lately and any time I can find an excuse to buy more of my groceries at Aldi, thats never a bad thing.
     
  12. whaap

    whaap Active Member

    Starbuck's here. We love the Italian Roast in our Cuisinart and Caffe Verona in our Keurig.
     
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  13. lindyhopper66

    lindyhopper66 Well-Known Member

    Any Counter Culture Coffee
     
  14. SharptoothC

    SharptoothC I bite..........

    I've mostly been roasting my own coffee of late. My preference when I can get it is Ethiopian Yirgacheffe.

    When we do get store bought, we often buy Aldi brand. When I want to treat myself I'll stop by a local roaster called Stone Roastery or one in a neighboring town called New Moon.

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