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Coffee

RandallC

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Who Drinks coffee? Whats your brand? What you like and what do you not like?

I usually drink great value Columbia brand but want to venture outside my box.
 

kenny1773

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I am a fellow coffee drinker. I don't like bitter coffee ;) but other than that I like a lot of different types.

I am equally as interested in the way the coffee is made as I am the beans it was made from.

I usually brew a couple different ways depending on time.
The best tasting way is to cold brew, then next I use an aeropress,

and I do also have a single cup brewer (like a keurig but a knockoff) for when I am just in a hurry (but that tastes the worst).

Keeping in the easy to buy and great priced coffee, I really like
Sam’s Choice Brazil Minas Gerais Ground Coffee, Medium Roast, 12 oz

You can get at many walmarts (do not have to be a Sams member)

I like a lot of the Mexican Chiapas style coffee too
something like this


There are a few more I have tried (random sales/coupons off amazon) that I like, but again depends on how it is brewed.
 

RandallC

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I had two Keriugs (sp?) but I drink so much coffee is was getting to expensive to maintain. I went back to a pot and am happy with my choice. I like rich smooth taste. I do not like folgers or maxwell coffees they are not strong enough for me. I have had starbucks christmas blend and its ok not my preferred choice. I will have to look at those you mentioned.
 

kenny1773

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The cost of keurig k-cup pods is the reason I say I have a machine like a keurig but a knockoff :) Its a hamilton beach, but has a re-useable k-cup pod container. I just buy regular ground coffee and put a scoop in the pod, brew, clean it out and reuse. It also has the traditional auto drip makes a whole pot option as well.

k-cups are insanely expensive most of the time, each company has to pay a license fee to use them.

If you like strong, but still with good flavor, try this one (the Brazil blend I listed above might not have enough kick, the Chiapas will though)

Kicking Horse Coffee, Grizzly Claw, Dark Roast

 

RandallC

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I just figured out my Walmart does not carry much so I’ll have to start ordering some small packs of coffee to see what I like but the great value Columbian blend is my go to at the moment.
 

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