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Poll Favorite Method of Brewing Coffee
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Favorite Method of Brewing Coffee
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Mr. Coffee (or similar)17 Votes - [16.04%]
Pour Over Method11 Votes - [10.38%]
French Press28 Votes - [26.42%]
I ONLY DRINK ESPRESSO!!!!6 Votes - [5.66%]
I pay others to make it for me. (Starbucks, Dunkin etc...)3 Votes - [2.83%]
Percolator5 Votes - [4.72%]
Turkish0 Votes - [0%]
K-Cups (or similar)25 Votes - [23.58%]
Other11 Votes - [10.38%]
This is a multiple choice poll.

toby2
Posted 6/4/2012 10:45 PM (#271549 - in reply to #252846)
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Rebecca Silverwolf
Posted 6/5/2012 12:51 AM (#271566 - in reply to #252846)
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I've never been able to get into coffee. It all tastes like dirt to me, and I've tried it prepared by pretty much every method, with a lot of different additives. Bitter dirt.
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Hapcigar
Posted 6/14/2012 5:01 PM (#274574 - in reply to #252846)
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Cigars and coffee rocks. I will drink coffee no matter how it has been brewed but if given the choice, French press please.
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Posted 6/14/2012 5:07 PM (#274578 - in reply to #252846)
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Greenfairypipe
Posted 3/1/2013 12:48 PM (#344288 - in reply to #252846)
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Bringin back an old thread. I brew espresso exclusively right now. Make an americano for the wife and an espresso for myself.
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Posted 3/1/2013 12:55 PM (#344290 - in reply to #252846)
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I use an Italian press. I had my first morning smoke yesterday it was awesome!



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Greenfairypipe
Posted 3/1/2013 1:06 PM (#344295 - in reply to #344290)
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I use an Italian press. I had my first morning smoke yesterday it was awesome!


mmmmm coffee and stogie. Is that a lusitania?
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Posted 3/1/2013 1:20 PM (#344299 - in reply to #252846)
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We have a Saeco espresso machine that grinds the beans fresh. Rarely have espresso, but it makes amazing coffee and my wife likes when I make her cappuccinos.
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Posted 3/1/2013 1:54 PM (#344311 - in reply to #344295)
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BXgreenhorn - 3/1/2013 10:55 AM

I use an Italian press. I had my first morning smoke yesterday it was awesome!


mmmmm coffee and stogie. Is that a lusitania?


yes Mike it was, good eye. It was so good. The coffee really brought out some nice sweetness in the stick.

Edited by BXgreenhorn 3/1/2013 1:56 PM
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Cigary
Posted 3/1/2013 3:07 PM (#344342 - in reply to #252846)
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I've had just about every variety of brewing coffee...spent hundreds of dollars and French Press is about the best way for me to enjoy coffee. It's simple...quick and once you get your "tastes" linked to the ratio of beans and water you've got a recipe for life. I enjoy so many different kinds of beans and using a FP is absolutely the best way to enjoy them.
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Posted 3/1/2013 3:24 PM (#344345 - in reply to #252846)
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I love my Breville espresso machine when I'm in a hurry, but my favourite method is my good old Corning Ware stovetop percolator. Takes a while to get it just right, but it always makes a great cup of coffee!
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bmac7754
Posted 3/1/2013 5:03 PM (#344383 - in reply to #252846)
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I use a Keurig and make K-cup coffee. Nice and quick, and you can mix flavors cup after cup
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Posted 3/1/2013 6:33 PM (#344421 - in reply to #252846)
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By far my favorite method is French press. I find I get a little more body and texture and I can control the temp of the water I use. I will also occasionally put a VERY small pinch of salt with the grounds. Alleviates any bitterness the brew may have.

Now having said all that I do keep a Keurig in my office at work because of the K- Cup convenience.
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Posted 3/8/2013 11:23 PM (#347188 - in reply to #344311)
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BXgreenhorn - 3/1/2013 12:54 PM

Greenfairypipe - 3/1/2013 2:06 PM

BXgreenhorn - 3/1/2013 10:55 AM

I use an Italian press. I had my first morning smoke yesterday it was awesome!


mmmmm coffee and stogie. Is that a lusitania?


yes Mike it was, good eye. It was so good. The coffee really brought out some nice sweetness in the stick.


HEY that cigar looks familiar
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Posted 4/23/2013 11:42 AM (#359906 - in reply to #252846)
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Posted 4/23/2013 2:27 PM (#359945 - in reply to #271549)
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We've got a better then average drip coffee maker. It makes pretty good coffee if you used filtered or bottled water. We really like a couple of different kinds of everyday run of the mill coffee. My favorite is New England Brand Breakfast Blend and Dunkin Donuts Turbo. If we have the chance to get some top quality coffee, we really like the Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee. We also like the Hawain Kona coffee.
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renoles576
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Posted 5/9/2014 12:27 PM (#465476 - in reply to #344383)
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bmac7754 - 3/1/2013 9:03 PM I use a Keurig and make K-cup coffee. Nice and quick, and you can mix flavors cup after cup

 X2 we love our Keurig. I don't mix much mostly staying with the dark roasts but the wife like the flavored coffees so it works perfect and brews a great cup. 

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Posted 5/9/2014 12:46 PM (#465483 - in reply to #252846)
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Bunn and fresh ground beans for daily use. French press when I have the time.
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Posted 5/9/2014 1:05 PM (#465489 - in reply to #359945)
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tvolball - 4/23/2013 3:27 PM We've got a better then average drip coffee maker. It makes pretty good coffee if you used filtered or bottled water. We really like a couple of different kinds of everyday run of the mill coffee. My favorite is New England Brand Breakfast Blend and Dunkin Donuts Turbo. If we have the chance to get some top quality coffee, we really like the Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee. We also like the Hawain Kona coffee.

Have you ever tried Costa Rican Tarrazu? I use a traditional "chorreador" every morning.

 

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Posted 5/9/2014 3:33 PM (#465523 - in reply to #465489)
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I have an old 60's percolator that makes fantastic coffee, and keeps it fresh and hot for hours. I also enjoy a french press from time to time, but this old school system makes a damn fine cup o' joe.
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Posted 5/9/2014 5:09 PM (#465561 - in reply to #252846)
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What the hell is French press? I love to order espresso at coffee shops but am scared to commit to buying my own machine. So many varying reviews online.
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Posted 5/9/2014 5:38 PM (#465567 - in reply to #465561)
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c.petree.1 - 5/9/2014 8:09 PM

What the hell is French press? I love to order espresso at coffee shops but am scared to commit to buying my own machine. So many varying reviews online.


French press is an involved way of making coffee that ends up with a ton of sediment. In the bright side, it's pretty strong. If you like espresso you'll like French press coffee. As far as espresso machines go, if you don't cheap out you pretty much can't go wrong..
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French press with freshly ground beans for me
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