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What is your favorite Coffee and how do you drink it?

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  • nooshi713nooshi713 Member Posts: 4,234 Member Member Posts: 4,234 Member
    I just have a simple coffee maker now so am not able to grind my own beans. My favorite coffee is the ones I brought home from Costa Rica. I swear they don’t even need sugar. I do like a little plant based creamer though.
  • tuckerrjtuckerrj Member Posts: 1,355 Member Member Posts: 1,355 Member
    I have a Keurig. I get a variety box from Coffee Icon each month so I don't get bored. I have no 'love' for the organic nonsense. That being said, Newman's Own Organic coffee K-cups is my 'go to' coffee. Good/great every time. If I'm buying bulk (say 'affordable'), Kirkland's Breakfast Blend is pretty darn good for less that 40 cents a cup.
    edited October 13
  • brustmannzweibrustmannzwei Member Posts: 1,124 Member Member Posts: 1,124 Member
    Medium roast Guatemalian from Solar Roasters. Fresh ground in a conical burr grinder. Blond and sweet from a Ninja on the rich setting.
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 1,315 Member Member Posts: 1,315 Member
    Medium roast Guatemalian from Solar Roasters. Fresh ground in a conical burr grinder. Blond and sweet from a Ninja on the rich setting.

    I just got a ninja coffee maker and I’m so confused by it. Why does it run all the water in the container if i set it to a small batch? Is it exactly the same as a regular coffee maker except that the water tank is external? I was hoping I could fill the tank and use it as a reservoir for a few small batches
  • brustmannzweibrustmannzwei Member Posts: 1,124 Member Member Posts: 1,124 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Medium roast Guatemalian from Solar Roasters. Fresh ground in a conical burr grinder. Blond and sweet from a Ninja on the rich setting.

    I just got a ninja coffee maker and I’m so confused by it. Why does it run all the water in the container if i set it to a small batch? Is it exactly the same as a regular coffee maker except that the water tank is external? I was hoping I could fill the tank and use it as a reservoir for a few small batches

    Mine doesn’t do that. It only runs a full tank if I set it to. I turn the cup size knob to the smallest setting and press the rich button. It brews like 6-8 ounces.

    With a full water tank I can brew many single servings before refilling it.

    This is the one I have.

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    edited October 13
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 1,315 Member Member Posts: 1,315 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Medium roast Guatemalian from Solar Roasters. Fresh ground in a conical burr grinder. Blond and sweet from a Ninja on the rich setting.

    I just got a ninja coffee maker and I’m so confused by it. Why does it run all the water in the container if i set it to a small batch? Is it exactly the same as a regular coffee maker except that the water tank is external? I was hoping I could fill the tank and use it as a reservoir for a few small batches

    Mine doesn’t do that. It only runs a full tank if I set it to. I turn the cup size knob to the smallest setting and press the rich button. It brews like 6-8 ounces.

    This is the one I have.

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    Okay, i wuz robbed. I don’t have a setting for cup size

    Edit: ahh, nevermind I have this one

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    edited October 13
  • brustmannzweibrustmannzwei Member Posts: 1,124 Member Member Posts: 1,124 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Medium roast Guatemalian from Solar Roasters. Fresh ground in a conical burr grinder. Blond and sweet from a Ninja on the rich setting.

    I just got a ninja coffee maker and I’m so confused by it. Why does it run all the water in the container if i set it to a small batch? Is it exactly the same as a regular coffee maker except that the water tank is external? I was hoping I could fill the tank and use it as a reservoir for a few small batches

    Mine doesn’t do that. It only runs a full tank if I set it to. I turn the cup size knob to the smallest setting and press the rich button. It brews like 6-8 ounces.

    This is the one I have.

    k6fnfu96w81c.jpeg

    Okay, i wuz robbed. I don’t have a setting for cup size

    Ohhhhh, yeah. You got robbed. I love the one I have and it’s features.
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 1,315 Member Member Posts: 1,315 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Medium roast Guatemalian from Solar Roasters. Fresh ground in a conical burr grinder. Blond and sweet from a Ninja on the rich setting.

    I just got a ninja coffee maker and I’m so confused by it. Why does it run all the water in the container if i set it to a small batch? Is it exactly the same as a regular coffee maker except that the water tank is external? I was hoping I could fill the tank and use it as a reservoir for a few small batches

    Mine doesn’t do that. It only runs a full tank if I set it to. I turn the cup size knob to the smallest setting and press the rich button. It brews like 6-8 ounces.

    This is the one I have.

    k6fnfu96w81c.jpeg

    Okay, i wuz robbed. I don’t have a setting for cup size

    Ohhhhh, yeah. You got robbed. I love the one I have and it’s features.

    It would take me weeks to figure out how to run it 😁
  • cowbellsandcoffeecowbellsandcoffee Member Posts: 2,973 Member Member Posts: 2,973 Member
    Dunkin iced hazelnut with cream. 👍
  • accio_doughnutsaccio_doughnuts Member Posts: 50 Member Member Posts: 50 Member
    Pilot Coffee Roasters - Ruva - Ethiopian Blend. French press, 9 minutes. Then I make sweet foam, depending on what I’m in the mood for that day.
  • IronIsMyTherapyIronIsMyTherapy Member Posts: 401 Member Member Posts: 401 Member
    Homemade, black.
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 1,315 Member Member Posts: 1,315 Member
    Pilot Coffee Roasters - Ruva - Ethiopian Blend. French press, 9 minutes. Then I make sweet foam, depending on what I’m in the mood for that day.

    Do you ever add salt to the foam? It is the absolute best
  • TonyB0588TonyB0588 Member Posts: 9,230 Member Member Posts: 9,230 Member
    I'm fairly ordinary. Just instant coffee preferably by Nescafe, but any other reputable brand can work. Usually with creamer.
  • _canadianbakin__canadianbakin_ Member Posts: 355 Member Member Posts: 355 Member
    I use the McDonald’s Keurig pods but I love a good Starbucks Americano with cream.
  • accio_doughnutsaccio_doughnuts Member Posts: 50 Member Member Posts: 50 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Pilot Coffee Roasters - Ruva - Ethiopian Blend. French press, 9 minutes. Then I make sweet foam, depending on what I’m in the mood for that day.

    Do you ever add salt to the foam? It is the absolute best

    I’ve not, but I’ll give it try. Thank you for the suggestion!
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 1,315 Member Member Posts: 1,315 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Pilot Coffee Roasters - Ruva - Ethiopian Blend. French press, 9 minutes. Then I make sweet foam, depending on what I’m in the mood for that day.

    Do you ever add salt to the foam? It is the absolute best

    I’ve not, but I’ll give it try. Thank you for the suggestion!

    I actually do salted sweet cream so hopefully it works the same with something lighter than cream. But if it doesn’t.. then get you on that salted sweet cream train
  • MotorsheenMotorsheen Member Posts: 18,396 Member Member Posts: 18,396 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Pilot Coffee Roasters - Ruva - Ethiopian Blend. French press, 9 minutes. Then I make sweet foam, depending on what I’m in the mood for that day.

    Do you ever add salt to the foam? It is the absolute best

    salt in coffee ???


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  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 1,315 Member Member Posts: 1,315 Member
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Pilot Coffee Roasters - Ruva - Ethiopian Blend. French press, 9 minutes. Then I make sweet foam, depending on what I’m in the mood for that day.

    Do you ever add salt to the foam? It is the absolute best

    salt in coffee ???


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    You take that back
  • MiNinaLisaMiNinaLisa Member Posts: 646 Member Member Posts: 646 Member
    do all the judge. nescafe espresso, vanilla stevia and almond milk!
  • MotorsheenMotorsheen Member Posts: 18,396 Member Member Posts: 18,396 Member
    MiNinaLisa wrote: »
    do all the judge. nescafe espresso, vanilla stevia and almond milk!

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