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  • gun sane
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  • gun sane
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    Think of this the next time you're tempted to diss my experimental joe.

    https://twitter.com/yashar/status/1165370248377393152

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  • Gunowner99
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    I drink very little coffee so anything is fine.

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  • gun sane
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    I read a couple of good things about Community Coffee here so I decided to get a bag of their House Blend. I notice that the community it's made in is Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Should I expect a whiff of seafood and Tabasco sauce? I wouldn't mind that so much but depending upon where the House is located, I might get a sniff of ExxonMobil crude oil or Dow chemicals instead.

    From what I read in the news lately, I'm glad Community Coffee isn't made in Baltimore. I can only imagine what that would smell like according to Trump's appraisal.....which is why I'm staying clear of Maryland Club, too.

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  • specter16
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    Nothing like my black rifle coffee. After all, black rifles matter. I like the AK, SS, and a couple others. I grind the beans myself to a medium grind for my kurieg I like a dark roast and most of their coffee is dark roasted. When out I like most of our community coffees. Lately the local McDonald’s has had pretty good coffee. In my defense the mcd’s is close and I’m so cheap these days. In my driving days I loved the old union 76 coffee. Now they are TA,s. Anyway my 3 cents worth.

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  • garwha
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    Now if you could just all the plastic out Kuerig pods and delivery system you might have something. After a little reaserch my wife ditched her Kuering.

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  • mitchr
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    Water can really make a difference. We started using bottled water in our Kuerig because they were going out too quickly & we suspected it was the water supply. 'Course, you don't realize how much water you're using 'til you use it out of gallon jugs. For the price of water over a year, could buy a new pot every year! The coffee tasted so much better, we've continued with it.

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  • Reginald Carstairs
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    Originally posted by PHMadness View Post
    The Flying J in Wells NV has to be a contender.
    My theory is it's the water. They use the same coffee and the same machines as every other Flying J, yet it's undrinkable. Doesn't matter if it's old or fresh. Not that other Flying J's have great coffee, but it'll get you down the road. Not that swill. Blech.
    Well PHM, So you didn't write them a bad review? LOL, I just did it for you!

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  • PHMadness
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    Originally posted by Reginald Carstairs View Post
    How about the worst cup of coffee? The U.S. Army!
    The Flying J in Wells NV has to be a contender.
    My theory is it's the water. They use the same coffee and the same machines as every other Flying J, yet it's undrinkable. Doesn't matter if it's old or fresh. Not that other Flying J's have great coffee, but it'll get you down the road. Not that swill. Blech.

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  • gun sane
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    I finally got the Princess to try my latest brew.

    "It tastes like mud," she said.

    "Of course," I replied. "It was 'ground' this morning."

    And that's when the fight started.

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  • R.Ph. 380
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    Yeah, my squadron brewed one pot of coffee a day. Long about 6pm it was pretty rank.....

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  • gun sane
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    Originally posted by Reginald Carstairs View Post
    How about the worst cup of coffee? The U.S. Army!
    Thanks, RC, for taking the spotlight off of me.

    First place runner-up is the U.S. Navy. Every sailor knows the drain system from the head runs to the galley.
    Last edited by gun sane; 07-13-2019, 08:38 AM.

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  • Reginald Carstairs
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    How about the worst cup of coffee? The U.S. Army!

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  • mitchr
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    Last storm & power outage reminded us to get an old fashioned percolator so we could have coffee the next time it happens. When at the store yesterday, I looked to see what they had to offer & seems most everyone is using the K-cup type coffee makers, at least if their coffee inventory was any indication. I was beginning to think they didn't have any regular ground coffee until I got way down the shelf & found a small section of ground coffee. Not a lot of selection either.

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  • gun sane
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    Originally posted by Pond Scum View Post
    After reading thru this thread I may have to agree with you .... but if I was ever a guest in gunsane and the Princess's home I may have to accept a cup. To paraphrase what Jesus said, "When you are invited into a home just eat what is put in front of you and don't ask any questions!"
    The Princess doesn't drink coffee, so that's left to me. But you can sip my brew in faith, Pondy. Jesus also said of His disciples, "If they should drink anything deadly, it will not harm them."

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