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Old 10-29-2009, 02:35 PM
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Outhouse Blend - I like the name. I may just have to try some.

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The best I've found is Ruta Maya's Medium Roast. I was quite surprised and pleased to find it at my local Costco for about $8/lb. http://rutamaya.net/store/
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The next time I'm in Costco I'll look for it.
Nothing like fresh ground is there....
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I'm spoiled . We have a Kuerig & I just use the K cups. My favorites are " Jet Fuel & Donut Shop Blends.. At the cabin I use an old aluminum pot & make "Camp Coffee" with whatever we have. A little egg makes the worst or cheapest coffee taste good.
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Here's a little bump for a thread started long ago, maybe we have some more coffee drinkers around now that will add their flav' o the day.

Been drinking Gevalia 'Colombian' lately myself.
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i drink "redbull" blend
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In the houseright now have Starbucks k-cups bought on sale

Every morning though I stop for coffee and it seems McDonald's and panera have the strongest. For me it is only one cup in the morning and I like it like jet fuel. My parents will drink the stuff all day even switch to decaf at night. That's seems to me too much of a good thing. Think of how bad a cafine headache they must get if they don't have that first cup in the morning.

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In the houseright now have Starbucks k-cups bought on sale

Every morning though I stop for coffee and it seems McDonald's and panera have the strongest. For me it is only one cup in the morning and I like it like jet fuel. My parents will drink the stuff all day even switch to decaf at night. That's seems to me too much of a good thing. Think of how bad a cafine headache they must get if they don't have that first cup in the morning.

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my dad used to drink 6 pots a day, now he's onto black tea....might be my next move
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I remember one day when I was a teenager working with my dad during summer break, we'd take a break in the afternoon and head to 7-11 for a drink, me a coke, him a cup of hot black coffee. One day I asked him how he could drink something that hot when it was over 100 degrees outside, he told me that it cooled him better than the cold coke I was drinking, never understood that. No matter what he loved his coffee, several cups a day. He's since passed on(10 years now), while others take flowers to his grave......I take him a big cup of hot black coffee from 7-11. It's what he'd want.
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Grew up on 7-11 coffee . Moved to PA no 7-11s had to switch to WaWa coffee. Now when I go back to NY and have 7-11 I miss my WaWa coffee!
As far as brewed at home got to be fredh ground Eight O'clock coffee. Used to be A&Ps private label coffee but when they closed other markets picked up the Eight O'clock cause it was such a great seller !
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'theboz' dug this one up but I have a fresh comment. Outhouse, that reminds me of a funny story about a guy from Utah and a roll of Bounty.
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