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The Best Coffee Ever
A Memory Made With Coffee
Coffee is more then something hot you get speeding through a drive-thru. It's a rich deep flavored beverage that is great hot or cold. Coffee can pick you up and at the same time morph into a deeply relaxing drink.
We can all remember a time sitting alone looking out the window while drinking a hot cup of coffee. The Coffee helped focus our daydreaming out through the window into the world at large. Nothing else would have painted that picture in our memory like a cup of deep dark coffee.
Your first apartment making coffee to go with chocolate cake, your first birthday living on our own brewing fresh coffee. Remember sharing coffee in front of a fire while camping or a fireplace with someone you loved. Coffee adds to the moment when we are happy, coffee gives us ground when we are sad. A moment colored and frozen by coffee's impeccable belonging and robust flavor.
So what is the Best Coffee Ever? The simple answer is, the best coffee is the coffee you love, the coffee you make for yourself or the specialty your favorite barista makes for you.
It could be a cup of Zen, just naked and black with steam rising to color and warm your view of reality. Maybe the best coffee is chilled over ice with mint and cream and just the perfect dash of sugar, or maybe it was that espresso you had while sitting in the corner of a dingy cafe in Boston's North End.
Coffee is as individual as you are. Search around, try lots of flavors and different beans and you'll find the Best Coffee Ever
Is It Possible?
just wait till they get a morgage, then they will drink it :)
Only 37% of young adults between 18 to 24 drink coffee, compared with 60% for those between 40 and 59 and 74% for Americans over 60, according to National Coffee Assn. data.
Ok come clean, how many cups of coffee do you drink in a day?
Over the years I've used many varieties of the Percolator, French Press, Vacuum and Drip coffee makers, all of them have made good coffee and on occasion great coffee. I think the vacuum coffee maker is by far the best of the lot but I no longer want to spend hundreds of dollars nor spend the cleaning time it requires to live with a vacuum coffee maker. Sure I can get one that is less expensive but the trade off is not being able to brew with a hot enough temputure and that to me makes all the difference in the taste.
Recently I put away my French Press and bought an AreoPress. The AreoPress makes smooth coffee like the vacuum coffee maker and has none of the bitterness of the French Press.
If You Could Be A Cup Of Coffee Which Would you Be ?
if these coffee roasters are not in your
neighborhood go online & give them a try
Simple Coffee Maker - a daily coffee maker need not be expensive
* Measures 11 by 7-3/4 by 13 inches; 1-year limited warranty
* 8-cup programmable coffeemaker can be set in advance for "wake up" coffee
* Double-wall stainless-steel thermal carafe keeps coffee hot and fresh for hours
* Brew-pause function; handy "on/off" switch lights up; automatic shut-off function
* Dual water windows; removable filter insert provides easy filling and cleaning; cord storage
Espresso - Simple, Inexpensive & Chic - sometmes you just need an espresso....
Adding eclectic character to the kitchen stovetop, this polished-aluminum coffee pot features a unique octagon shape that was first designed in Italy in 1933. The unit makes three 2-ounce espresso cups of coffee in just four to five minutes and is extremely simple to use. Just fill the lower chamber with water and the top filter with fine-ground coffee. Then place the pot on the stove and heat until the water boils
Coffee, Egg & Donut Chains
pull up a chair at one of these neighborhood
joints & keep the coffee coming
Are You Drinking Coffee Right Now?