For coffee lovers and home roasters
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Started by Justin Tessier. Last reply by Regular Joe Jul 10.
Started by Regular Joe Jul 8.
Started by Regular Joe. Last reply by Regular Joe Jul 8.
It is times like right now (10pm) that I start getting excited for my coffee in the morning. I used to be a Starbucks man tried and true (and still am sometimes due to convenience), but ever since I "re-invested" (hell it was less than $20), I have found a newfound love of local coffee.
I took the advice of a recent AofM blog post and roasted my own coffee at home. I bought the popcorn popper recommended, bought beans from the site recommended, and used my Coleman stove. About 12 minutes of roasting, 30 minutes of cooling, and have had some wonderful coffee all week! I may never go back to store-bought stuff.
Hi all, looking for a good ground coffee for a good price (Amazon?)...any suggestions? I hear San Francisco Bay is good, I usually drink a bold coffee, Starbucks ground mostly made in my french press. Would appreciate any suggestions!
Oh difently i have made cowboy coffie lots of time love it even better.
Cowboy Coffee is another way to enjoy your beverage of choice. My grandfather made this every morning before going to work and I can still smell it today. Here is a link to an article about cowboy coffee and how to make it.
I love coffie we drink it from daylight till dark. ill drink coffie befor bed. im adicted to it .i get head ack if i dont drink coffie. i like it perked my hubby likes it drip.
Ergh, that's what I meant - stove top espresso maker. Make sure to get a stainless steel one. So much more durable than the cheap aluminum ones, and only a few bucks more.
Peter, thanks I'll take a look see if I can find a good one. I recently saw a stovetop espresso maker as well, looks a bit like the percolator in shape but much smaller. I'll look for both, since getting rid of my keurig I have room. I've heard good things about Turkish coffee as well, very strong and the stovetop Turkish coffee maker is an interesting shape.
I use the stovetop percolator, and love it. I do a fine grind, or I try to. could probably be finer. still have to figure that out. I have a simple grinder, but I know I love a 'Turkish' grind when it's available. It's so much sweeter that way. And stovetop gives just the right strength. Do it!
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