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Dutch_12078 wrote:

Cold coffee is why microwaves were invented... [emoticon]
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If I start leaving full cups of coffee around long enough to go cold....time to put a leash on me so I don't stray off

She might try. Juggling several accounts, and trying to find someone to fix the septic field, and answering correspondence, before the actual work gets started, I don't think where is the coffee, I think I want coffee. using the mciro wave is too simple....and it don't taste the same. That another thing i need to do is find a consistently brand of coffee for the Kerig or start using the coffee pot. Sometimes I get an exceptional cup then sometimes it smells like barnyard and i don't even try to drink it. Maxwell House is close but no ring.

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Never have and never will !

I love my one cup, (and only one) every morning. I blend my own beans grind them fresh each morning and then sit down to enjoy that wonderful bold taste.

Every time I see some one walking around with a cup of cold coffee or someone leaving their cup half full while they attend to something else, I figure they have never had a good cup of real fresh ground coffee.

At this old age, I might forget a lot, but that is one pleasure that I will never forget.

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When at home I roast green Finca Del Prado coffee beans from the Sunocoso (Chiapas) mountains. It's all done outdoors in a converted adobe baking oven, a peanut roasting cylinder and a lot of spare time. I do about six pounds worth at a batch.

The result is worth the hassle. The roasted whole beans must cure 2 days on my covered porch. Then they can be burr ground.

Now I have to be satisfied with Costco whole bean coffees and talk about a letdown.

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Funny thing about certain beverages:

Both coffee and tea: Both must be either hot or iced. Neither is pleasant lukewarm. [emoticon]


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Dutch_12078 wrote:

Cold coffee is why microwaves were invented... [emoticon]


When I can’t find my cup, that’s where it is!


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Keys, reading glasses and coffee mug need GPS locators. Wallet too.

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Late to the game, however I am curious...

In my travels, I typically would have coffee as the locals, be it beans that were dried on a road and a path swept for a vehicle to pass, then swept back out on the road (cafe de calcetines,anyone?), or coffee in whatever big city and many ways in between...

As example, here in the states, in New Orleans and only New Orleans, I will drink chicory coffee. That is probably the only flavored coffee that I would drink, and again only in Nawlins... I don't do ANY flavored creamer/whitener...

Milk, cream, evaporated milk, powered whitener,sugar, black, strong, weak...

I do quite a bit of 'espresso', in the afternoon, often changing brand, Pilon, Bustello are big and popular, no problem with small, lesser known brands. Currently 'La Llave"...
I have an assortment of cafeteras and know how to make a lot of foam... Those that know, know what I am saying [emoticon]

For what ever reason (ok, lazy and like to have a cup ready when I awake...) I always have Maxwell House around, only fresh brewed, it's nasty old or reheated! Folgers seems to last longer, retaining it's taste... In it, Carnation Evaporated milk. I buy it by the case.

Tried many other brands, too much to type.

So, my question and please answer and be honest;

What coffee do you drink that can be reheated and retain the taste?

In my opinion, reheated coffee is like coffee that has been ground too fine,... very bitter, quite nasty...


Inquiring minds want to know...

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It is even more embarrassing to set the Keurig up, press the button, and then realize that you forgot to put the mug in place!
Yes, the little catch basin WILL hold 10 ounces of coffee. It will be brim full, and it is likely to spill when you attempt to get it to the sink to empty it.
I have one cup of coffee in the morning, which usually cools some before I finish it. I have two on Mondays, though. The second one is during the 0800 2 meter net. I am net control on Mondays. That cuppa gets pretty cool also...


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There’s supposed to be a gourmet coffee that’s made from beans that. had been digested by a civil cat. I think I’d pass on that one! [emoticon]

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The civet cat. Malaysia. A gourmet taster tried the brew prepared by a zealot and pronounced it "bleh"

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