by rschwab 7 years ago
I just bought a flo blue tea pot or a coffee pot. I'm not for sure whitch one it is. It has a...long spout. Around the top and bottom of the spout, and around the top and going down the inside of the pot about an inch, and the top and bottom of the handle, and around the shoulder of the pot it...
by Swope 4 years ago
Keurig or Coffee Pot?
by torconstantino 7 years ago
If you pour a cup of coffee before the pot is finished brewing, is that cup going to be stronger?....or is every cup within that pot taste the same? It's kind of a Zen-esque coffee question for the caffinated Hubbers out there.
by Tanya Jones 3 years ago
So, went out to the dairy yesterday and they'd sold out of fresh milk by the time I got there. Thought I'd get a small bit of milk at the grocery to tide me over until the next time I go out there. I saw that the eggnog is out earlier this year, so I picked up a quart of it and am trying it in my...
by Marie Alana 5 years ago
What is your favorite thing to put in your coffee?There are lots of things that one can put in coffee. What is your favorite?
by Earl S. Wynn 6 years ago
Is there a significant difference between generic coffee and expensive coffee?Is there a significant difference between generic coffee and more (for lack of a better term) designer coffee (like Starbucks?)
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