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Old 11-28-2014, 11:21 PM   #211
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I've been to 18 countries outside the good ole USA and coffee is SO different based on the cultures.

It is very, very subjective but my favorite was when I was in Sicilly, Italy and found some imported Arabian coffee at the local grocery store. I spent a few months there so mailed some of it home to family members...big mistake, many of them mailed me back money asking me to buy as much as I could. (I brought home a LOT which lasted us a few years...now I miss it....haven't been able to find anything as good since.)

I, also, don't think McDonald's coffee is bad but I prefer making it myself.
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Old 04-07-2015, 01:44 PM   #212
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Barista Kcups Italian roast! Cheapest I have found them is on Amazon.
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Old 04-07-2015, 01:59 PM   #213
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Just plain old dark roast Folgers served black. IMO ,you can take all the other stuff and use it to flush the holding tanks. IMO, that includes Starbucks, Seattle's Best and all the flavored stuff including Keurig's K stuff.
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Just plain old dark roast Folgers served black. IMO ,you can take all the other stuff and use it to flush the holding tanks. IMO, that includes Starbucks, Seattle's Best and all the flavored stuff including Keurig's K stuff.
X2............For those of you that like Starbucks, Seattle's Best, I can save you lots of money. Just drained the tv crankcase and I'll share.
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Well, I love my 4cup farberware perculator. Crazy hot, quick brewing and tastes great! Hard to find, so I have one for a back up just in case!
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Old 04-07-2015, 03:26 PM   #216
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After reading all these " I love this or that coffee" posts,I'm glad neither the wife or I drink the stuff.

I got plenty of other stuff to Love in my life.

YMMV.
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Old 04-07-2015, 06:07 PM   #217
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I've had all the canned coffee, so called bold, dark roasted, extra roasted. I'll take the keurig coffee anytime. I can choose the boldest and it is bold. I don't like the taste of dish water and canned coffee tastes exactly like that to me.
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Our son and I are the only regular coffee drinkers in the family. I leave for work at 0630 and he leaves for the hospital at 0500. Keurig makes sense for us because of our schedules and we only drink 1-2 cups of coffee a day.

When 6 Actual and I are camping, she is a tea/hot chocolate drinker and I have my coffee. Again, Keurig makes sense because of the variety of hot drinks it can brew and our low consumption of what we do drink
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After reading all the posts I think I am going to buy the small Keurig. I have a Cabelas percolator now but I haven't been to impressed with the coffee I've made in it.
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We use a single serve pressed filter. I grind a pound of fresh beans before leaving and store in a Ziplock bag. I am first one up with the cat, so "Puma" and I enjoy the morning quiet before the kids etc are up and at'm. For special occassion I have Jamacian Blue Mountain coffee and to be really wild mix a bit of Canadian Club......not in the morning of course....but then again it is 5:00 somewhere.

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