Well now I am off to try some SM Roasters
I really like black rifle coffee and death wish.
cindyt - 2021-11-16 9:14 AM
I dropped Black Rifle. SM Roasters or MinuteMan Coffee. Every dime of SM Roasters directly supports veterans.
srs - 2021-01-12 5:20 PM
If I'm grinding my own, then hands down, my favorite is 100% pure Kona coffee. It's flavorful without being bitter. Truly delicious coffee!!
With the Keurig, I like Folgers or Duncan Donuts with a spoonful of good South Dakota honey.
I won't pay the $$ for Starbucks, but Randy lures me in to work every day with a Venti Quad Espresso, 1 pump caramel. I have a bit of a problem with the need for caffeine. I gripe at him for doing it constantly....in between sucking it down, of course.
All of that said, I'll happily drink truck stop coffee also. As long as it isn't decaf and relatively warm, I'm up for it.
Yes! Kona is the best. I call it my velvet coffee. I like to use a French press and sometimes I add ground cocoa beans 3:1 ratio
Grounds and Hounds Coffee is good, and helps dogs in need! A great cause. Have a cup...Save a pup!!
I drink the ground Starbucks because my other half can get it really cheap through this workplace. We wouldn't drink it otherwise most likely. We get the Breakfast Blend and the Veranda. We have tried a couple of different brands. Thomas Coffee is a St Louis/Midwest brand. We used to buy that one a lot. Black Rifle was ok. Depends on the blend on what we like from them I liked the Silencer Smooth but the other half liked the Gunship and Free. I don't really care because I put so much creamer in mine most people would roll their eyes, but the other half drinks it black so he is pickier than I am on the brew. I have a Keurig and use a reusable k-cup and use ground coffee in it and that works really well. I found a lady on a women in ag FB group that roasted and ground coffee but I can't remember the name of the company. I wanted to get some. So if anyone knows what I might be talking about, let me know!
I really, really love coffee, since I was 16, and I guess I am really a coffee snob.
First, since coffee is one of the most highly pesticided food products in the entire world, I always use Organic. Light roast is the best for your body, so I pick Organic Light Roast.
Here are the 3 best I've tried lately:
Caribou Light Roast
Bulletproof Breakfast Blend (light roast)
Kicking Horse Hola, Light Roast
Wow, that was hard to admit and I feel like I need to attend a Tuesday night Coffee Snob Overcomer's meeting. Hope you try these coffees and enjoy!!
Dunkin Donut's coffee is pretty good. I tried to save money and bought Aldi coffee....not worth the the savings at checkout!
Black Rifle is expensive and since they are going public with a multiple billion dollar initial offering I don't feel the same about it. There are veteran coffee's we support like SM Roasters.
Keep the coffee talk coming!
My hubby's family is originally from WY and this brand of coffee is located in South Dakota I believe but they had this brand when we visited for Christmas. Dark Canyon Coffee- https://darkcanyon-coffee.com/
They had Toasted Almond and Creme Brulee and they were amazing! I need to order some and get it shipped because it's hands down the best I've had!
I'm not much of a coffee snob, but I like a good cup or two in the morning. I like it strong, sometimes with cream and sugar. I'm not crazy about designer coffees with all sorts of flavors, syrups, and creams. Coffee has been persecuted for a century. It's been blamed for mental illness, heart disease, ulcer disease, strokes, and various cancers. It's all bunk. Several studies have shown that coffee is safe. In fact, modest and even heavy coffee consumption is inversely related to mortality risk from cardiovascular disease. In other words, if anything, coffee is one of the rare things we consume that is good for you!
Hot tea LOL , but my husband drinks Arbuckles. He likes Plainsman & Arizona Sunshine. Lots of their flavors have chocolate in them.
Don't know the brand but it was from India. It was bold and great tasting without the bitter after taste. My go to local is yuban better than Duncan or Folgers.
Starbucks - typically the breakfast blend. My hubby gets it at a discount on it through work.
I've been getting community coffee K-cup pods. I figure it's better to support them than Starbucks since they sponsor rodeos and the cowboy channel.
I like dark and the Columbian style of OTC coffees. I also, really like the McDonalds coffe (was buying it fro wally world) .
Dunkin Donuts gives me heartburn and so does hazel nut.
The resturant here in my town has a brand that I really like, but I don't know the name of it.
Runaway - 2022-01-26 8:24 PM
I too am a coffee snob ?? I have the same requirements and l really like the light roast organic store brand at Albertsons
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