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Java Joy - The Coffee Thread

bowhunter1023

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As someone who like bulletproof coffee, I totally get the mouth feel comments. I only have a drip maker at the moment, so it sounds like a press is the way to go.
 

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bowhunter1023

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French press definitely makes a nice cup of coffee, just not with these beans. Pretty disappointed in how bad this coffee was. It's got a strange flavor that's somewhat reminiscent of bourbon, but it's also an odd, hard to place flavor that overpowers the natural coffee flavor. Thanks FB ads for selling me garbage 😂

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"J"

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French press definitely makes a nice cup of coffee, just not with these beans. Pretty disappointed in how bad this coffee was. It's got a strange flavor that's somewhat reminiscent of bourbon, but it's also an odd, hard to place flavor that overpowers the natural coffee flavor. Thanks FB ads for selling me garbage 😂

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Cool container though. 👍🏼
 

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I was wondering what that container in the fridge was. Now I know. I think she uses it for tea.
 

Jackalope

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I like a good Kona blend 👍

Agreed. Kona is my all-time favorite. Hard to find a blend stateside that isn't 90% arabica though and there isn't a mandated standard of how much Kona has to be in it before they can label or a Kona blend. Jessica and I went to Kailua Kona on vacation one year, I got back and quit drinking coffee for probably a month. Rurnt me. Even the little marathon station by the hotel was using 100% kona. It's cheaper to just go 100% than import something to blend it with there. If you get the chance to leave the kids at home for a vacation i'd highly recommend it as a vacation spot. Especially if you like sushi too.
 

"J"

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Agreed. Kona is my all-time favorite. Hard to find a blend stateside that isn't 90% arabica though and there isn't a mandated standard of how much Kona has to be in it before they can label or a Kona blend. Jessica and I went to Kailua Kona on vacation one year, I got back and quit drinking coffee for probably a month. Rurnt me. Even the little marathon station by the hotel was using 100% kona. It's cheaper to just go 100% than import something to blend it with there. If you get the chance to leave the kids at home for a vacation i'd highly recommend it as a vacation spot. Especially if you like sushi too.
If 💯 Kona wasn’t so dang expensive I’d be drinking it daily 😂