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Old 06-08-2014, 06:46 PM   #1
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Favorite Coffee Bean Blend

So we all have our favorite way to brew our grinds. How about a thread for the best grind you have found to appease your taste buds.

I will start with Trung Nguyen #1 blend. I was introduced to this spectacular blend while in Vietnam and have to say it is by far my favorite blend of bean.
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Nothing fancy here just plain ole eight- oclock COLUMBIAN BEANs...

We bring along our same bottled water to insure the same taste we enjoy when we make our coffee...

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Just tried Tim Horton's for first time and liked it.
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Old 06-08-2014, 08:33 PM   #4
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Just tried Tim Horton's for first time and liked it.
x2. Years ago we could only buy "Timmy's Coffee" in Canada and in later years, at one of the Tim Horton's they have in Ohio, (there were none in western PA) but now it's easily obtainable at Sam's Club.
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Old 06-08-2014, 08:55 PM   #5
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Tim Hortons and Trader Joes are our staples. We grind fresh beans at home but use their pods in the Keurig when glamping.
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Old 06-08-2014, 09:10 PM   #6
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Our Costco had a coffee roasting area and we enjoyed several of their varieties. Just found out they have taken it out and none of the other Costco stores in our area have one. So we are looking for a new favorite.
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Nothing fancy here just plain ole eight- oclock COLUMBIAN BEANs...

We bring along our same bottled water to insure the same taste we enjoy when we make our coffee...

Roy Ken
Ditto for us on the 8 o'clock original coffee. We only buy the beans and grind it fresh.
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Brooklyn blend Coney Island Caramel K cups.....great taste! As always we used bottled water.
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Dunkin' Donuts whole beans bag direct from Dunkin'. We bring a coffee grinder to have the freshest possible. Full flavor without any bitterness.
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