CBS Saturday last weekend had something about the Black Rifle Coffee. @XXL TideFan you need to check out the site to see if you find your type of coffee. These guys knew that the 40 weight in the mess hall wasn't for them.
I usually buy Community Coffee when it's on sale, get it for $3 / 12oz at Kroger. I normally buy about 10-20 of them when their on sale. Only have a cup a day. I buy whole bean and grind mine before every brew.
For which liquor does that not apply? I've found myself buying Dunkin' Donuts coffee habitually as of late. A lot of that has to do with the taste. A lot has to do with their retail location being less than a mile from my house and it's an easy trip--not to mention 24/7 availability when it's running low.
That's the taste and smell I get from coffee made in a perculator, @rick4bama , burnt. Don't get me wrong, I've got one in the camper but we're talking a completely different scenario than making coffee at home.
It's not so much the "hurry up," as much as it is "it's hot, now, and it's convenient as hell." I don't buy the pods. It's ridiculous how much they charge per pound (if you're one that does the math in grocery stores.) I've got a handful of their reusable pods...easy to clean and I use the used grounds in my compost bin or the garden.
I have had 4 different African coffees with an Ethiopian varietal that has become my favorite for the time being. 4 different Indonesian coffees that are deep flavored with zero bitterness. The Indonesian coffees are as black as my x wife's heart with the African having a reddish hue.
Cost is only a little more than 8 O'clock in the store. They roast it the day you order it. I admit it, I'm a coffee snob but I'm keeping the French press because it makes the best tasting. I recently tried a keriug and was underwhelmed to say the least. I'm not advertising for them but if anyone wants to try, just let me know and I'll send you a link to get you $5 off your first purchase. I will get a few points to get a tiny discount at a later date. I'm hooked, back to having coffee daily. My next order will be a 5lb bag of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Kochere
@planomateo, I'm not a brand guy. The heavy caffeine coffees are typically robusto beans. Arabica taster better but less caffeine and more difficult to grow. I haven't ventured into S. American coffee yet but will. All that I have been trying are direct source and organic. The growers make a better living and a better coffee.
known about them for a while. and yes, they hire only Vets (from what i understand). also, they give jobs to those Vets who might not otherwise be able to find work for one reason or another. to me, that's good enough to support them.
also, how can you not like their coffee mugs/cups?