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Whats your go to Cup O' Joe?
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StogieDad
Posted 11/26/2019 1:05 PM (#774101)
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Doesn't have to be fancy or expensive. Keurig, drip, French Press, Starbucks....whatever. Can be machine roasted or dried on the thighs of virgin goats on top of the highest mountain in Columbia then strained through mermaid hair for all care...

I do Community Coffee. I know, not very exciting. Mostly their Chicory Blend, but I always order their Founders, New Orleans, and Heritage as well. They usually have anywhere from 33% to 50% off of their site, so I can get the K-cups WAY cheaper than the grocery store, so I stock up once every couple months.

So what's your brew?

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wescat
Posted 11/26/2019 2:04 PM (#774102 - in reply to #774101)
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https://jeremiahspick.com/product/fogbuster/

$11.00/lb, I buy the whole bean and grind it myself. Smooth, strong coffee.

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Posted 11/26/2019 2:27 PM (#774103 - in reply to #774101)
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Seattles Best. Any of their dark roasts.
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Posted 11/26/2019 2:28 PM (#774104 - in reply to #774101)
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We usually buy the cheapest 3lb bag at Costco which is pretty dang good for $3.50/lb. Sometimes we splurge on a seasonal Starbucks blend when its on sale, but its usually still $5.50/lb.
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Posted 11/26/2019 2:33 PM (#774105 - in reply to #774101)
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when at home and need it quick a Keurig Dark Magic hits the spot, when out and have the time always looking for a good dark roast like a Guatemalan
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Posted 11/26/2019 9:40 PM (#774110 - in reply to #774102)
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wescat - 11/26/2019 1:04 PM

https://jeremiahspick.com/product/fogbuster/

$11.00/lb, I buy the whole bean and grind it myself. Smooth, strong coffee.


Years ago when I worked graves at the prison, this is what got me to actually drink coffee.
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Posted 11/27/2019 5:56 AM (#774115 - in reply to #774101)
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I work for a company that distributes and supplies a ton of different coffee lines so I have had the pleasure of trying a ton of different types and micro roasted blends.

Without a doubt, I can tell you that this question is just like our cigars here. If you branch out slowly and try different stuff, you'll never go back to the same ol cup o joe.
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Posted 11/27/2019 7:08 AM (#774117 - in reply to #774101)
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Whatever my wife buys me, not much into different kinds of coffee. I usually only drink two cups a day then I'm done after that. I'm sure if I took the time to taste the blends just like are cigars I'd have a different opinion. But on this fine morning I'm drinking Maxwell House good to the last drop.
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Posted 11/27/2019 8:08 AM (#774118 - in reply to #774110)
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https://jeremiahspick.com/product/fogbuster/

$11.00/lb, I buy the whole bean and grind it myself. Smooth, strong coffee.


Years ago when I worked graves at the prison, this is what got me to actually drink coffee.

The job supplied it?
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Posted 11/27/2019 9:09 AM (#774121 - in reply to #774101)
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High elevation, strictly hard bean, similar to Kona and Blue Mountain.



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Posted 11/27/2019 10:02 AM (#774122 - in reply to #774101)
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I love coffee.. I have a ton of favorite ones but the one that holds my attention.... Don Pablo Organic blend. Very smooth with no acid content at all. $12 @Costco for a 2 lb bag whole beans... made with  thePlanetaryDesign French Press coffee maker...... mmmmm.... doesn't get any better than this.

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Posted 11/27/2019 10:55 AM (#774123 - in reply to #774101)
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There is a local roaster near my work, Trifecta, that roasts on site so I usually ask what the freshest roast is and go with that to try different regions. Lately I've really liked the Mexico Chiapas and Sumatra. At home I do Keurig in a rush but usually grind fresh and do pour over in a Chemex @ 15g coffee to 250g water and it comes out amazing! At work we have a regular drip coffee maker but I usually get us good coffee, and if I'm feeling special I have a French Press in my office too. I recently got some wine barrel aged coffee beans but haven't tried em yet? Interested to see if it really imparts some interesting flavors or is just B.S. marketing.
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Posted 11/27/2019 12:29 PM (#774128 - in reply to #774123)
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I drink a ton of coffee, and I mean a ton! There are a lot of great coffee options out there for sure. Since I was turned on to New Mexico Pinon coffee, that is my go to, most purchased coffee. I still try other stuff, but, NMP is so darn good, consistent and fresh, that I don't find much need to try other coffees. Even their flavored coffee is great, and I have never liked flavored coffee before. You can order from them online, and I promise, you will not be disappointed!! It is the only coffee we sell at The Cigar Vault, and I have folks who do not smoke cigars that come in just for our coffee...and we have a great coffee shop one block away from us!!
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Posted 11/27/2019 1:38 PM (#774136 - in reply to #774128)
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nirab - 11/27/2019 11:29 AM

I drink a ton of coffee, and I mean a ton! There are a lot of great coffee options out there for sure. Since I was turned on to New Mexico Pinon coffee, that is my go to, most purchased coffee. I still try other stuff, but, NMP is so darn good, consistent and fresh, that I don't find much need to try other coffees. Even their flavored coffee is great, and I have never liked flavored coffee before. You can order from them online, and I promise, you will not be disappointed!! It is the only coffee we sell at The Cigar Vault, and I have folks who do not smoke cigars that come in just for our coffee...and we have a great coffee shop one block away from us!!


I drink a lot of their stuff too, they are down the street from my work as well, great coffee!
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wescat
Posted 11/27/2019 3:25 PM (#774147 - in reply to #774101)
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And it looks like coffee prices will be going up: https://www.axios.com/weather-conditions-coffee-harvest-8255d3e7-168...
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Posted 11/28/2019 10:53 PM (#774192 - in reply to #774101)
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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Organic Papua New Guinea Coffee, 2 Pound. I was buying it at Costco and then now Costco online and now Amazon.
Peruvian Organic from Sprouts.
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