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What are you currently drinking.
I`ve got a bag of Jamaican Blue Mountain, seriously nice
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recently invested in am espresso machine....have a number that we're trying...Captain Cook (from a specialist grinder), an IKEA blend..and my current favourite is a Lidl Gold.
my partner was going to get me blue mountain one birthday- £20 per bag eh? still probably worth it
i usually get either starbucks dark, or sometimes percol or taylors of harrogate (the christmas blend is particularly good)
right now however im drinking aldi's italian blend....to go in my stove top
Been musing over another espresso machine since the last one gave up with the pump.
The cheap filter one is ok up to a point but I wouldn't put Blue Mountain in it heaven for fend.
Morrison s offering will suffice until I eventually trust another espresso machine.
Guatamalan Elephant. More than £20 a bag too!
Alta Rica. Strong and nearly black - I hate milky coffee!
Just standard Nescafe, but sweetened with Columbian sugar, which costs more per spoon than 5 bags of Guatamalan Elephant
Cafe Nero Classic is good and a reasonable price for the beans.
Grand' Mère - Familial - an everyday, filter coffee I by in bulk every time I'm in France. My wife and I just love it and have never found anything in the UK that we like quite as much.
At the moment, it is Taylors of Harrogate Christmas blend.
And through the day it will be 2 or 3 double espressos from the Lavazza coffe pod machine (rather like a Nespresso but with decent coffee )
Sumatra Lake Toba in my Senseo machine - though I won't be having a cup until this evening - I just drink water when at work.
That takes me back to drinking fresh gound coffee in Sumatra - lovely stuff, though you would not recognise it. They drink their coffee like they drink their tea (milky and sweet) - take one highball glass and load it with 3 heaped dessert spoons of coffee grounds, then fill with 2/3 boling water and 1/3 condensed (yes, condensed) milk and add 4 dessertspoons of sugar. Talk about a calorie boost! And it keep you going for hours, though my first shot of this was at 8pm after dinner and I did not get to sleep until 3 in the morning. After that I made sure to ask for it 'pahit' (literally 'bitter' or black) which raised some eyebrows in the snmaller towns.
Oh blimey - that sounds vile. I only keep sugar in the house for the odd guest that uses it - a dash of milk is all I require.
If I drink coffee after 9pm I have nightmares - although I'm ok with decaff
Quote: Grand' Mère - Familial - an everyday, filter coffee I by in bulk every time I'm in France. My wife and I just love it and have never found anything in the UK that we like quite as much.
we used to buy this in bulk on our `booze cruzes'...don't get that chance these days
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