If Vachel saw how weak I prepare my coffee, he might do the same thing to me.
I don’t drink coffee, it tastes bad to me & doesn’t seem to have any effect. Not even Mountain Dew can wake me up when I’m feeling sleepy.
But give me a good “roast vulture on a stick”…
It is currently 60+ in Iowa, Ted wouldn’t feel like hibernating anyway. Just a couple of days until the nights start getting shorter too!
Now see, Vachel, this is exactly the sort of thing that has Blake wanting you in the doghouse.
When I worked for Honeywell Ericsson Dev.Co., they got a coffee service in our new building; the first thing was, double-baging the pots, and it WAS Industrial Strength. The Swedes (all the managers, over on 2-year contract here) thought it was almost enough.
s/baging/bagging; too quick to Submit, sorry!
Weak coffee? I don’t think we can be friends anymore, Chris.
I generally buy my own beans then re-roast them a little darker. I mix Hawaiian Kona and Jamaican Blue Mountain. I then keep them in the freezer and take out enough for each pot, grind it fresh and then make the coffee. Beats the heck out of Starbucks. Cheaper, too. I can see why people put so much junk in their Starbucks coffee, the basic coffee sucks and you have to cover the bad flavor. Mine I drink black – no sugar. If I have to buy a mass produced grind I buy Folgers Gourmet Supreme. It’s the only mass made coffee I can stand.
Haven’t tried coffee since 1995. Cheaper than…. well, anything. My coffee budget for the past two decades is $0.
cold brew ice coffee using a large french press for me.
Lasts many days in the fridge and easy to make again.
Was looking at Little Dee books on Amazon, and found something interesting: Little Dee Volume 1 can be purchased for $.08. The cheapest price for Little Dee Volume 2 is $409.44. Not a typo. When bots like Pewter run wild, I guess…
@War Pig, Dude! You REALLY need to open up a new browser window RIGHT NOW and go to Mystic Monk Coffee (www.mysticmonkcoffee.com). It’s a Roman Catholic monastery in Wyoming that started the business to even out the vagaries of cattle ranching. I can personally vouch for either their Mystic Monk Blend or their Cowboy Blend.
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