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Old 01-30-2015, 10:59 AM   #309
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AS WNY was the first location outside the GWN, our Tim Ho credibility is impeccable.

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Old 01-30-2015, 11:05 AM   #310
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This thread has been running for very close to 5 years - 300 + posts and just shy of 28,000 views. Not too hard to see that a good cup of coffee is very serious business ......

..... and now Burger King owns Tim Hortons ......

..... we are doomed ......

..... the beginning of the end ....


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Burger King is just another lousy U.S. Corporation who wants to do business here but not pay taxes. I think your excellent coffee is safe.
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Old 01-30-2015, 01:56 PM   #311
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We use a small single serve Kerig. However, must confess our daughter manages a couple of Starbucks and each employee at each location gets a "mark out" once a week, which is a bag of coffee or a box of Kerig cups. So we don't have the significant expense.
I bought a set of reuseable K cups my SO fills with his favorite brand of coffee, so we don't need to buy the K cups. I also have a favorite flavor however, and his dad bought me 10 boxes (18 apiece) of that flavor.

I drink coffee maybe once a week most weeks... less than that ordinarily.

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Old 01-30-2015, 03:31 PM   #313
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We have an ancient SS percolator originally purchased from LL Bean that we use on the propane stove in the galley. We were amazed to discover that with good quality beans and persistently proper percolation protocol, we consistently get astoundingly good coffee. Best of all, no electricity needed and we can tweak the brew as desired, depending on the beans.
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Old 01-30-2015, 03:53 PM   #314
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Espro french press. Amazing improvements over the traditional glass/wire mesh french presses we have had over the years. Non breakable, vacuum insulated, much better filtering, cleaner and better taste. Various sizes.

At home, a Simonelli machine and Simonelli grinder, but that is too much to carry.

espro press — espro - precision coffee
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The answer was French press... I thought I settled this weeks ago.

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Old 01-30-2015, 04:16 PM   #316
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How perspicacious of you! Props to the French press, but we'll stick with our particularly persnickety percolation process, thank you very much. (What that means is that we have a percolator, but not a French press, haha.)
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Clever Coffee Dripper. Lets the coffee"brew"for a couple of minutes before releasing into the cup when you set it on top. Easy to dispose of the grounds. By the time the water is hot in the electric kettle ( or on the propane stove) I am ready to make my coffee and hubby is ready to brew his tea.


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Stainless percolator we have had for years. Gone from tent camping to popup to AS. Set up every night before going to bed get up turn the stove on go back to bed till ready. Wake up DW drink coffee don't get any better.
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No doubt here as well. Simple, easy, quick, drop the filter and grounds in the trash, no mess. No it's not new, been around since 1941, even longer than 1945 me.
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Espro french press. Amazing improvements over the traditional glass/wire mesh french presses we have had over the years. Non breakable, vacuum insulated, much better filtering, cleaner and better taste. Various sizes.[/url]

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I bought a set of reuseable K cups my SO fills with his favorite brand of coffee, so we don't need to buy the K cups. I also have a favorite flavor however, and his dad bought me 10 boxes (18 apiece) of that flavor.

I drink coffee maybe once a week most weeks... less than that ordinarily.


I have this one it works great.

Ekobrew Elite Reusable K-Cup Filter For Keurig Brewers, Stainless Steel - Whole And Natural
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