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#1 Posted on 9.12.05 1302.41
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For me, I always have to make my stop at Dunkin Donuts on the way to work.
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#2 Posted on 9.12.05 1319.01
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#3 Posted on 9.12.05 1331.00
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Been drinking Folgers for a lot of years. I try and drink no more than two large cups a day (I think my travel cup holds 14 Oz). Cream and Sugar now that I am old and weak. Black for a long long time.
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#4 Posted on 9.12.05 1359.59
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Technically, this isn't a question.

I will drink anything available so long as it's not decaffinated. At home, my wife picks the coffee and she has MUCH more discerning taste than I do, so it's always something good. (It helps that we have some kinda super duper coffee maker from the future, too)
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#5 Posted on 9.12.05 1410.09
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Every morning I help pay a little bit of Ray Allen's contract with a venti vanilla latte, sometimes with a third shot.
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#6 Posted on 9.12.05 1501.28
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I start every morning with a huge travel mug full of Community Coffee New Orleans Blend with Chicory (communitycoffee.com). Got hooked on it when I used to travel to Louisiana on a regular basis.

And for espresso, I drink Cafe Bustelo (amazon.com) - it's a cuban coffee I discovered during a trip to Miami.
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#7 Posted on 9.12.05 1515.21
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Ever since our McDonalds stopped selling their Cappacino, I stick to Ice Coffee, very sparingly and only when I go in for the graveyard shift at work. But I can stand it more when some hot coffee is mixed with my cocoa.
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#8 Posted on 9.12.05 1517.37
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For everyday stuff I stick with Maxwell House (Master Blend, no less) because I can barely even taste my coffee first thing in the morning. Best coffee I ever had, though, was the coffee they served at this Indian place in Miami. Absolutely great stuff.
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#9 Posted on 11.12.05 1517.08
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Peet's coffee. I grew up drinking it in Northern California, and it's still my favorite. We get it shipped regularly to us in Florida, and I really really wish they'd start a franchise here soon. Starbuck's is always so bitter and burned tasting.
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#10 Posted on 11.12.05 1929.14
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I think every Canadian will agree..

TIM HORTONS.


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#11 Posted on 12.12.05 0822.15
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When I used to work near Penn Station, I would go to Guy and Gallard & get their Italian Roast.

That coffee & wearing jeans/t-shirts to work, are the only things I miss about my old job...
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#12 Posted on 12.12.05 1049.52
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Hi, my name is Josh and I'm a Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte addict...
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#13 Posted on 13.12.05 1007.23
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We buy Folgers at home. On the road, Starbucks carmel latte.
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#14 Posted on 14.12.05 0103.26
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I'll drink anything, but I avoid Tim Hortons coffee.

My favorite donutshop coffee is from a chain called COFFEE TIME DONUTS...and from the stores, its either EIGHT O'CLOCK coffee (from A&P) or the really good no-name, blue label instant coffee from Safeway.

I much prefer instant over perk.
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#15 Posted on 14.12.05 0139.48
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I used to hock Equal Exchange for a modest living. Now that they don't sign my checs anymore I can say without bias that their breakfast blend is the best everyday drinking coffee I've ever had.

But coffee is at least as complex as wine.So I've been known to pair certain blends with certain dessert items and such.

Of course, the coffee I drink most often is the crap at the office.
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#16 Posted on 14.12.05 0145.57
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Trader Joe's Kona Blend is my current fave...
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#17 Posted on 16.12.05 0537.03
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For my "everyday" Java, I usually go with Folgers or Yuban. I don't like Maxwell House...it always tastes like they burned the beans when they roasted them. When I meet friends for coffee, I usually get a real dark, rich coffee like Starbucks' Ethiopian Yergicheffe (I'm sure I spelled that wrong....), and the Xmas Blend isn't bad. When I decide to expand my waistline even further, I'm a sucker for the White Chocolate Mochas.
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