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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    Quote Originally Posted by or_rs View Post
    Does Nespresso capsules count ? I appreciate good coffee, but I'm too lazy to work for one.
    I have moved to Sweden a few years ago, a country that unfortunately has next to zero availability of good coffee.

    Come on, must be some good Swedish coffee out there... Just get the machine, and you can choose all types of brands.

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    I don't know if there is country in Europe that doesn't have good coffee.
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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    Black Rifle Coffee Company
    This company supports both USA and Canadian military veterans and its great coffee

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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    I just got a cold brew kit and have been experimenting with it using Black Rifle Coffee. Results so far are promising.

    For hot drinks, I go for an espresso with milk, which usually means I make a cappuccino in my Nespresso. I can't seem to enjoy hot 'regular' coffee, for some reason.

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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    Due to my 60+ hour work weeks I've been drinking a ton of instant coffee. Quick and fast, just one cup.

    Trader Joes: Too sugary
    Folgers: 80 cents, for 6. Cheap and decent
    Nescafe: Same as Folgers
    Starbucks: $6 for 8. Pretty good for instant coffee standards. Not the best cup you'll ever have but it's instant coffee.
    Cafe Bustelo: Smooth texture, 80 cents for 6. It's okay.
    Juan Valdez: Cheap columbian coffee, weird aftertaste.... not a fan
    Carrefour store brand: Decent for the price better than Folgers
    Kahve Dunyasi: Pretty good
    Other random brands you've never heard of.
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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    I do want to say coffee is best with no cream, no sugar. Just my opinion
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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    Some home-roasted Brazil Dry Process Serrinha Yellow Bourbon.

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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    1 mug every morning, the other one in the afternoon.

    Illy beans --> Hario manual mill --> Bodum French press

    For an everyday coffee, the Illy is perfect. Nice taste, not so expensive, easily available.

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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deli View Post
    ..., the Illy is perfect. Nice taste, not so expensive, easily available.

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    I second that. I take a whiff of the nice fragrance each time I open a new can by pulling the lid off.
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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    I'm a coffee lover and I tried so many cool brands of coffee, but Black Rifle Coffee is my favorite. Not so long ago I bought a pod coffee maker to make my ideal coffee. I read reviews on https://whatever-tech.com/keurig-k42...coffee-brewer/ and decided to buy one for home use. That's convy. Now I can make my favorite coffee anytime I want.

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    Re: What kind of coffee are you drinking at the moment?

    Years ago I was totally into espresso outside, and Nespresso at home. I thought these coffee doses were the best at home.

    I gave the Nespresso machine to my mother in law, because of the laughable price for each dose, and the "no surprises" taste, even when you buy another coffee type.
    Not bad, not good, neutral and swiss, that's the nespresso taste.

    I then tried the bodum-style coffee. What I did enjoy the most with this way was the texture underneath the refined taste. Something that was definitely missing from any espresso.


    Fun fact: I tried espresso/ristretto in Italy, I didn't like it, acidic and burnt tastes .
    Tried the cafe in Portugal... omg that was it, each time, whether it was in big cities or in the country ! The best espresso for me until yet, round, rich, powerful. These 1€ Delta espressos are great


    EDIT: a small coffee producer does exist in Azores Islands, in the middle of the Atlantic:
    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/28/t...-tea-wine.html

    I went there, these Islands are great, not only because of the coffee.
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