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Coffee


Ewanneil 4 1.1k 2 Scotland
14 Dec 2012 10:03AM

Quote:we used to buy this in bulk on our `booze cruzes'...don't get that chance these days SadSad


We hate running out of it but if we ever do you can get it in the UK here . It's not too expensive and the service from French Click is really good. You could treat yourselves. Grin

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saltireblue e2
4 4.1k 26 Norway
14 Dec 2012 10:13AM
We have a Nespresso machine and are trying most of their capsules before settling on 2 or 3 favourites.

Malc
kaybee 10 3.9k 24 Scotland
14 Dec 2012 10:14AM
Will you lot pack it in .............

I very rarely get to drink coffee in the house because SWMBO hates the smell after having had a stroke those god forsaken coffee shops can't serve a decent cup to save themselves.

(black - no sugar if you are offering thank you)
seahawk e2
7 582 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2012 10:19AM
Mediterranean or Italian blend (black, naturally) from Watt's Coffee Shop in Carlisle, the wife likes Lavazza Red as well. Never drink instant coffee, it gives me bellyache for some reason.
SlowSong e2
6 4.6k 29 England
14 Dec 2012 10:45AM
Two scoops of Nescafe with a quick slop of milk.
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joolsb 10 27.1k 38 Switzerland
14 Dec 2012 10:45AM

Quote: those god forsaken coffee shops can't serve a decent cup to save themselves.


Café Nero do a decent cup of coffee. As for the rest, I absolutely agree.

Currently drinking Nespreso but at home I use an Italian blend I get from a small shop in town that roasts its own beans.


Quote:Two scoops of Nescafe with a quick slop of milk.


Heathen!! Wink Wink
cats_123 e2
10 4.0k 25 Northern Ireland
14 Dec 2012 11:11AM

Quote:we used to buy this in bulk on our `booze cruzes'...don't get that chance these days SadSad

We hate running out of it but if we ever do you can get it in the UK here. It's not too expensive and the service from French Click is really good. You could treat yourselves. Grin

many thanks...that's a decent price too Smile
Scutter e2
7 1.7k 6 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2012 12:12PM
Well I am trying Nescafe Crema at the moment (only 'cos it was on offer!) Actually its quite nice! I love my Nespresso machine (more than I thought I would) favourite ones (currently) Arpeggio & Vivalto Lungo.....................
cameracat 10 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
14 Dec 2012 12:30PM

Quote:Two scoops of Nescafe with a quick slop of milk


Is there any other way.....Smile

Lets face it, Coffee is way way overrated and just " Not British " , A nice cup of tea beats the crap out of coffee anytime.....Tongue

The only thing I use coffee for is " Wood Stain ", Even then it needs a coat of varnish.....!!!

Wink
wing 10 453 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2012 12:33PM
HAPPY DONKEY!!!! Brazilian or Italian blend, cheapest around and by far the freshest you're likely to find in Blighty. If you prefer a nice, fresh coffee, enjoy the ritual and have the time to make a good coffee, you'll struggle to find better! Wink
mikehit e2
5 6.8k 11 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2012 12:50PM
That may explain the name of a coffee my sister-in-law bought for me this year from a Yorkshire producer - Grumpy Mule
digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2012 1:19PM
Trying some Guatamalen beans from Costco in our bean to cup espresso machine at the moment. Had Rwandan from there last time, almost black, very oily and absolutely lovely.
mikehit e2
5 6.8k 11 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2012 2:39PM
digicammad - do you put the Costco beans through an espresso machine or filter/cafetiere
digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2012 4:04PM
Espresso mike, but I have no reason to believe they wouldn't also be good in a cafetiere as long as you use the appropriate grind.
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
14 Dec 2012 5:48PM
Nothing beats the smell of freshly ground beans Smile

Its a bit of a ritual in my house, all I use is a french press, or espresso Pot on the stove for smaller brews Smile

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