Eight O'clock or Green Moutain medium roast. I like k cups my husband like his brewed.
When My hubby is home we use beans froms Specs and grind them at home. Right now we use these 2 flavors: Jamaica me crazy and Irish whiskey cream....
When he is not home I use my Senseo machine. It's a 1-2 cup machine that uses pads, and have different flavors, my favorites are vanilla latte and mocca. Walmart used to sell both machines and pads, but then Keurig came on the market..... so now my mom sends me them from the Netherlands... much cheaper than to buy the from Amazon.
Mmmm, Folgers Hazelnut is my new go to.
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.
I've had Starbucks, Peet's, eight of clock, Dunkin doughnuts, Folgers, maxwell house, and probably more LOL. The last few years I found that organic doesn't hurt my stomach so that's what I mostly buy now. The last stuff I bought was from a local company here is california. Humboldt bay coffee. It's Pretty good. I try to buy local when I can otherwise I buy from vitacost or target usually get kicking horse brand.
Where do you get the SM Roaster coffee?
Gilbertspecans, Santo, Texas sells some goooood coffee -- right now, we are loving A Cozy Winter's Night.
There is a company in Gainesville TX that sells a pecan coffee and we get it medium grind so we can cold brew it in a mason jar with a custom cylinder strainer.
And there is a local coffee shop in our town square that started selling coffee and they have some good, hand picked flavors - "Small Town" and "Lost City"....we have never been Folgers type - my husband and I like trying different things :) And brewing your own does end up being cheaper than the Latte's I used to get all the time at SB.
We also like HEB Texas Pecan -- it's in pretty high demand around here.
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srs - 2021-01-12 7:20 PM
Where do you buy your Kona Coffee? Kona is good good coffee!
Gail - 2021-01-12 9:10 PM
I get it from a locally-owned coffee shop. Kona blends are fairly easy to find, but pure Kona can be quite hard to locate. It's worth the effort though!
I buy Folgers and I do love it. However, someone mentioned Kona coffee and I will say I absolutely LOVE Kona coffee and when I was in Hawaii I remember thinking it was the best coffee I have ever had (on several occasions). So now I am off to order some
I really like the Starbucks blonde but recently decided to try Bones. Saw an ad on Facebook and decided to give it a try. They're mostly flavored which is more my preference. We buy whole bean, fresh ground and use a French Press. More work than I want to do but my husband assures me is the way to go
I use a Kuerig and my favorite is Rio Grande Roasters ( medium blend) I get at Sams but a friend just gave me a box of Cameron's Pecan!! Oh my is it delicious! I do use almond joy creamer.
srs - 2021-01-12 10:23 PM
Please do share where to buy pure Kona Coffee - it's amazing! Thanks.
Off to DuckDuckGo to find Kona coffee
8 o'clock colombian is my go to. There are some local roasters around me that I buy from sometimes as well. I've tried Black Rifle, but I didn't like it anymore than 8 o'clock and it's so much more expensive.
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K cups I like the amazon brand solimo, they are much more reasonably priced than other cups. I also like donut shop. Brewed coffee I like the starbucks pike place bagged coffee but we only use that on the weekends because I get up much earlier than my fiance and it would be cold by the time he gets up.
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