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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by DigMe, Mar 28, 2006.
Choose one. I didn't want to get into brewing at this time..too many poll options.
Fresh roasted whole beans ground in a power burr grinder.
Free coffee at work
At not just pots of coffee, those cool K-cups in like 15 flavors.
and to think I used to not be much of a coffee person until I worked here.....
Pre-ground from Peet's.
THere's a "boutique" coffe roaster here in Georgetown, TX. I get my beans from them, and grind/blend them myself.
I eat raw beans, digest them, fish them out of the bowl, roast them and drink it. Just like that monkey does.
There's probably a market for that.
I know, I'm going to try to sell them as 'ecological beans' to the local fair trade store.
Roast 'em yourself is now added. Thanks Blackbird.
That's what I do and I've had the best coffee of my life since I started roasting them myself. Any time I serve it I get compliments. Some people are totally blown away that regular old coffee can be that good. Yes, I'm a coffeegeek.
Fresh beans from a local roaster, power burr grinder into a stainless vacuum carafe.
Illy. Cooked on stove top the old Italian way. Better than a French press.
Pre-ground espresso, and the key is to make it strong enough so you don't have to share......ever.
i find if you taike instant coffe mix it untill it's thick (like mud) slam it down and chase it with some milk your set for the whole day.
Triple Espresso, one for breakfast, one for lunch, and one for dinner.
Buy whole beans, grind them at home.
I make my coffee on a french press.
+1 only hold the milk.
Living next door to an espresso stand kinda burned me out on that habit -- although I still get a single tall latte every once in a while.
Used to LOVE americanos with a double shot. The brew girls used to call them Rycanos. Mmmmmmm (to both)!
I'm a Wetern Family instant guy now.
Once you have used a moka pot, you never go back.
Curtis makes a glass-lined vacuum carafe. Avoids the metallic taste of the metal carafes.
I buy my beans raw from ccmcoffe.com, roast them using a Zach & Dani's roaster, and grind with a Mazzer Mini burr grinder (for the beans at work I just use a little whirlyblade grinder).
You forgot to include crack...
I am acctually more of a tea with cognac drinker. But when i drink coffee its usually ordered from online store (i cant think of url right now) but its really good. And hand-cranker is da shizniz.
Alfi makes some nice glass-lined carafes as well. I haven't found any of the double-walled stainless units I've used to leave any metallic taste. Then again, I try not to leave coffee in anything for too long. Staying hot, whether in a thermal carafe or on a hot plate, for too long causes weird flavors IMO.
If you haven't checked out any of the green coffee coops you should. Excellent quality beans at even better prices than ccmcoffee. The stock and selection turns over a lot.