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Old 11-18-2012, 01:11 AM   #31 (permalink)
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im in agreement with costco, organic whole bean coffe, i buy the one in the yellow package, its real dark, and sooooo delicious. really cant beat the price
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:17 AM   #32 (permalink)
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I'm surprised to hear so many people still drink Folgers!
I was going to say the same but hoped it didn't sound rude...!

I grew up w/folger's, and thought that's all there was. One day I discovered Yuban, and realized the Columbian roast was so much smoother/less acidic, and less bitter!

That's the main reason I can't stand starbucks, is it's so bitter. I think it's overpriced, too.

Tully's was still on sale at Bi-mart (Pac NW store) so we got more tonight, $5.99 a bag, but to me, that's spendy so I save it for days when I want a bit of something extra special and drink Yuban the rest of the time.

I have had Costco's coffee and enjoy it, too, and when my Yuban supply is gone, I'm sure we'll switch to that, instead.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:48 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Doesn't sound rude at all. I've been too lazy to try other coffees especially when I can't seem to find a sample of something new until I find one that I like. Theirs so many out there,it's hard to choose.Looks like I have some good things to look for though to try from this post.


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I was going to say the same but hoped it didn't sound rude...!

I grew up w/folger's, and thought that's all there was. One day I discovered Yuban, and realized the Columbian roast was so much smoother/less acidic, and less bitter!

That's the main reason I can't stand starbucks, is it's so bitter. I think it's overpriced, too.

Tully's was still on sale at Bi-mart (Pac NW store) so we got more tonight, $5.99 a bag, but to me, that's spendy so I save it for days when I want a bit of something extra special and drink Yuban the rest of the time.

I have had Costco's coffee and enjoy it, too, and when my Yuban supply is gone, I'm sure we'll switch to that, instead.

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Old 11-18-2012, 08:16 AM   #34 (permalink)
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LOL, I am sorry - I have had all kinds of coffee for decades and think, for the most part coffee is coffee with some aroma differences. I do like a dark roast and understand they are easier on the stomach than other roasts (which seems it would be the other way)

If you want to spend a lot of money to drink coffee from beans that have been recovered from cat poo (Sumatra) have fun! You might enjoy this movie scene (Hey I am old).
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Old 11-18-2012, 08:22 AM   #35 (permalink)
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We change up around here, I like 8'oclock, and Dunkin Donuts. I did switch from a coffee maker to a percolator. I think the taste comes through so much better, plus the coffee is much hotter. Takes about 8 minutes to brew a full pot.
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Old 11-18-2012, 08:29 AM   #36 (permalink)
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Years ago I went to Hawaii a couple times and fell in love with Kona coffee. My problem was that when I bought some beans and ground them and made coffee at home it never tasted the same. I experimente with different types of tap, filtered and bottled spring water and could never get it to taste like it did there. Any one know what I was doing wrong.
It just tasted better because you were in Hawaii
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:38 AM   #37 (permalink)
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It just tasted better because you were in Hawaii
Wouldn't EVERYTHING be better in Hawaii??

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Theirs so many out there,it's hard to choose.Looks like I have some good things to look for though to try from this post.
You can't go wrong with Yuban or the coffee from Costco. I've had their Colombian (not sure about the organic kind) and it was awesome, too.
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Old 11-18-2012, 12:36 PM   #38 (permalink)
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I like Kona.... really like Kenya AA. I love Jamaican Blue Mountain, but whhhooooeee it is so expensive. To me, Starbucks tastes moldy.....


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They did a taste test and McDonald's coffee won over Starbucks. Not sure as that's saying a lot though...
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[B]If you want to spend a lot of money to drink coffee from beans that have been recovered from cat poo (Sumatra) have fun![/B]


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