That BEST cup of Coffee???

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Re:That BEST cup of Coffee??? 2010/07/01 16:28:25 (permalink)
For those of you unwilling to pay the price for artisanal roasted beans, or roasting your own..... Mello Joy Coffee in the "Between Roast" is my standby. Has a rich chocolatey/caramel flavor and a huge velvety body. Google "Mello Joy" to get to their site and order a bag or two or six. It even tastes good when made with a cheap coffee machine.
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Re:That BEST cup of Coffee??? 2010/07/01 16:38:28 (permalink)
Love Starbucks Espresso , made in a regular drip coffeemaker.
with fat free half and half.
yum
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Re:That BEST cup of Coffee??? 2010/07/01 16:46:02 (permalink)
bethgrd

Love Starbucks Espresso , made in a regular drip coffeemaker.
with fat free half and half.
yum


Beth, there's got to be some good local independent coffee houses near you.
 
 
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Re:That BEST cup of Coffee??? 2010/07/01 17:15:26 (permalink)
There were two excellent independents in Fontana when I moved here 6 years ago. Alas, they couldn't hold their ground in the face of the friggin buxmonster saturating the market by opening stores within line of sight of each other.
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Re:That BEST cup of Coffee??? 2010/07/01 19:46:58 (permalink)
We only buy whole bean coffee and burr grind it just before making a pot of coffee. We vary our purchases greatly depending on the mood we are in when we buy the beans. There are so many variables in making a good pot of coffee that one could take the best beans in the world and mess it up.
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Re:That BEST cup of Coffee??? 2010/07/01 20:14:49 (permalink)
Starbucks  has always been over roasted to my personal taste.  I know that many of you enjoy their product.  My evalauation is my personal taste only.
 
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Re:That BEST cup of Coffee??? 2010/07/01 20:56:50 (permalink)
I really like my morning coffee but I don't think I'm willing to go to the lengths some of you do. 
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Re:That BEST cup of Coffee??? 2010/07/05 20:10:44 (permalink)
I buy green coffee beans and roast them in one of those old hot air popcorn poppers. I've used and Italian roast/espresso blend so I don't have to worry about over roasting the beans. I grind them fresh and brew in a french press. It is some good coffee!
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