You ain't got this brand here.. If you're looking for an upgrade, just hit up one of those hipster hangouts, try a bunch of varieties and chances are you'll be able to buy the beans there. Make sure you get your own grinder, though. The grind is CRUCIAL in how the coffee will turn out and one of the big turnoffs when it comes to the generic brands like Max/Folgers. The Canadian store brand coffee that I'm drinking is a darker roast and finer grind, doesn't cost much more (no more than a buck a lb) and tastes a lot better.
Kroger's beans or Starbucks beans from Kroger's. We still experiment and shop around for various beans. I lean toward dark roast.
I won't drink coffee unless the beans are freshly ground. We use a grinder/brewer on a daily basis.
We have a back-up Burr grinder and French press for when we want it extra rich and smooth.
We have a friend who roasts beans so we occasionally get some of his.
We also like Fair Trade coffee so more of the money goes to the growers.
We got the real coffee down here in NOLA boys. Chickory-yuck. It'll nock your block off with some Benyeas, yum.
It's not if your doing it right it's whether your doing the right thing that is important.
What you're not drinking Community Coffee.
As long as it's hot and black I'm happy but prefer Kona or Folgers.
If you can't fix it with JB Weld, Duct Tape, and Ty Wire it has to be replaced.
No good deed goes unpunished.
If you want to take off friday to go fishing then make sure you train your helper right.
At the office, Church Street blend from "The Roastery" across the street from us
At home, Newmans's Special Blend in the Keurig.
Pear's Gourmet, breakfast blend, perferably beans. About $13 for 40 oz.
Tim hortons fine grind for workday mornings. $7 for a tin.
Kicking Horse "3 sisters" blend for weekends not on call...
It's $15 for 2 pounds of beans, but why not?
Home: 8 o'clock Colombian
Work: green mountain Colombian
I really like Timothy's Nicaraguan blend.
French Market dark roast.... (white can)
You can tell where I am from.
Life is too short, Behappy!
X2, but in a Farberware percolator
Originally Posted by Tech Rob
Don't brew coffee anymore. Became addictted to the local coffee shop. Pullup to window and they have it waiting. I guess I have no variety. Same blend every morning for a year and a half.
anyone like Chase and sanborn
It's coffee, right?
Originally Posted by pilotlight
I'll drink it.