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whats your favorite coffee? brand or by flavored coffee. but leaving out the latta's and such.
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We use a LOT of Gevalia Coffee and Tea, we like the Ethiopian Abyssinian Mokka, French Vanilla and Espresso Roast coffees and their China Mountain Green Tea.
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excellent selection there, ever shop online at coffeeam.com ? they have some good earl gray tea but i like the breakfast blends best. but the main one for me is the st, Louis blend.

By null at 2010-02-14
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Good old Maxwell House Master Blend
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Maxwell House 100% Columbian.
Just finishing my first pot of the day.

Mornin' and Cheers!
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"The best part of waking up is folgers in you cup"

never really developed a liking for any flavored coffee.
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I'm with you

jjwdiver, I am with you, coffee should taste like COFFEE!
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Pure Kona & Jamaican Blue Mountain are my favorite but are a bit pricey so I settle for a Kona blend most of the time. I used to drink some of the flavored coffees but grew out of it.
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I'm no coffee snob. Heck I usually buy whatever is on sale.

However, I have had a few great cups of coffee (i don't care for the flavored stuff either). I'm just too cheap to allow myself to start buying all that fancy coffee.
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community dark roast or neworleans blend . Its a local brand made in louisiana . US cajuns like strong coffee.
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What I like the best is from a small roaster in Connecticut. Willoughby's Coffee. The Ethiopian Yrgacheffe to be exact.
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If stopping for coffee - then it's Dunkin Donuts for me.
At home we use Green Mountain - I'm a Hazelnut fan - Al likes the darker bolder coffees. I don't know that I really like the taste of coffe so much as the 1/2 and 1/2... and of course the caffine component.
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I'm like tn_bbq, too cheap to get the good stuff. I do treat myself to a bag of hazlenut on occasion.
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Folger's Black Silk (love dark coffee), Starbucks Espresso Blend and their Pikes Place blend is pretty good too. My mother-in-law also sends my wife and I coffee from a little shop in Alamogordo, NM that was pretty good (this is really the only flavored coffee I'll drink). That little shop is one of the only things I miss about that place.
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If I am on the road, It's Dunkin Donuts...
Otherwise, I am roasting my own at home... I usually order a few pounds of raw beans, variety, at a time
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Our favorite is Caribou coffee. We also like Jumpy Monkey, Starbucks, and Millstone. We only use whole bean coffee, and grind our own beans. Huge difference in the flavor and strength.
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I want my coffee to taste like coffee. So it is folgers or Dunken Donut for me
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french roast beans...............
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Cowboy Blend, by Morning Light Cofffee Roasters in Great Falls, Mt. A very good coffee and I like to support the local guys whenever I can.
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Black Dogg coffee roasted here in WV is our favorite, a little pricey though so we don't have it very often. It is roasted and sent to you, only two days old. So much better to have fresh roasted. It makes such a huge difference. Our everyday coffee is Mayorga, it is pretty good.

We have a Miele machine to make our coffee with and that makes much better coffee than a drip anyday. (nice little crema on top)
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