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Old 04-26-2012, 12:17 PM   #61
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Coleman drip coffee maker....with Timmy's coffee...
We like Timmy's coffee too (I assume you're referring to Tim Horton's)! Years ago we used to have to import it from Canada and use it sparingly- like just on Sundays and holidays. Now, we can buy it in Sam's Club and have as often as we like. Unfortunately, Sam's Club is only place we've ever seen it here in the states. However, if anyone has seen it elsewhere (other than a Tim Horton's), please post it so we have another source. The nearest Tim Horton's to us here in western Pennsylvania is in West Virginia or Ohio and over an hour away.

Actually, we carry a minimum of three coffeemakers when we camp- an electric drip, a Melita drip and a good old fashioned campfire percolator.
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Old 04-26-2012, 03:15 PM   #62
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We like Timmy's coffee too (I assume you're referring to Tim Horton's)! Years ago we used to have to import it from Canada and use it sparingly- like just on Sundays and holidays. Now, we can buy it in Sam's Club and have as often as we like. Unfortunately, Sam's Club is only place we've ever seen it here in the states. However, if anyone has seen it elsewhere (other than a Tim Horton's), please post it so we have another source. The nearest Tim Horton's to us here in western Pennsylvania is in West Virginia or Ohio and over an hour away.

Actually, we carry a minimum of three coffeemakers when we camp- an electric drip, a Melita drip and a good old fashioned campfire percolator.
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr_n_...hortons+coffee
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Old 04-26-2012, 03:34 PM   #63
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Is Tim Horton`s coffee exceptionally good? I have never tried it, in fact I had never heard of it, but just may have to give it a whirl!!.
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Here's his story!

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Old 04-26-2012, 08:05 PM   #65
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Is Tim Horton`s coffee exceptionally good? I have never tried it, in fact I had never heard of it, but just may have to give it a whirl!!.
Tim Horton's is "Canadian crack" It is very good coffee, nothing like Starbucks but more similar to Mcdonalds I would say.
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I like my percolater for camping. I do use filters with it to keep the grounds out
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Check out that note in 2nd photo you referenced. Might save you some $. Next time I am boondocking, I'm going to try that.
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Is Tim Horton`s coffee exceptionally good? I have never tried it, in fact I had never heard of it, but just may have to give it a whirl!!.
My friend from Michigan is my coffee buddy. She would rave about TH. A couple of years ago we went to Ohio for a family reunion and stopped for coffee. I like mine dark and strong - like my men. This coffee would have been a 150lb Swedish man.

My friend later admitted that TH was more like a tradition than simply great. I was wondering why she raved about it and even had a big can of it in my chest freezer that she brought back from MI one year. We are both espresso drinkers so it struck me as curious. I think it was one of those "love those back home things" with her perhaps.

My favorite Starbucks roast is Caffe Verona. I like Trader Joe's French Roast, too.

Good gravy! If you EVER have a chance to pour espresso over vanilla ice cream - DO IT! It's called an affogato and it's heaven in a cup. It's my favorite dessert. Delish!

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I use a Bass Pro Shops stainless steel percolator on the Coleman stove. I use a filter to keep out the grinds.
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