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Adam@Home by Rob Harrell for November 12, 2014

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    The best coffee from a large chain here in Canada is any dark roast from Second Cup. I find the fast food coffees are too bland. But, because of their rewards program, I usually go to Starbucks.

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    davidh48  almost 6 years ago

    When I was up in Canada, working for BC Tel in the “Boot”, they frequently dispensed a coffee in the cafeteria that was flavored with something tasting like Irish? Whiskey. I’ve never come across it anywhere else. Yum!

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    silverclaw33  almost 6 years ago

    To be fair, some of the McCafe stuff is pretty decent.

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    QuietStorm27 Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    I like McDonald’s but only because I like “froo froo” flavors. :-)My favorite is the hot Caramel Mocha whenever the machine isn’t down, which is almost never around here.

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    QuietStorm27 Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    @ jimmyh43105 GoComics yesterday’s comment I’ve never acquired the taste for coffee. Just too bitter for my tastes, but whatever floats your boat (or mug).-Me either. Hence the “froo froo” coffees I drink. :-)

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    Perkycat  almost 6 years ago

    We have always really enjoyed Farmer Brothers coffee when it is served. I like mine black but occasionally enjoy a froo froo coffee.

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    Perkycat  almost 6 years ago

    And - she is wrong. There is always judging.

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    MontanaLady  almost 6 years ago

    When we travel from Montana down to San Diego, we go through some very rural areas. No Starbucks or the equivalent…………..but there’s always a MacDonalds, so their coffee isn’t too bad!But, I do agree……….Doc’s Nuclear Coffee wins the prize!

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    Robert Allen  almost 6 years ago

    I can’t stand coffee. I find the smell nauseating.

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    jhampa Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    This is good, I look forward to see where Adam goes with this.

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    jhampa Premium Member almost 6 years ago

    For me it is Starbuck’s Vanilla latte but only with 2 squirts, otherwise it is too sweet

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    ChessPirate  almost 6 years ago

    Oh man, am I ever Jonesing for some coffee right now. Pardon me for a moment…

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    Sailor46 USN 65-95  almost 6 years ago
    The longer coffee beans are roasted, the more caffeine is burned off. Light roasts aren’t as strong, but they pack the most caffeine.
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    ursen1  almost 6 years ago

    I am currently searching for a decent coffee to brew at home. Most coffee out is marginal, Mickey D’s is fair if fresh, which I find rarely. The problem is my better half buys my coffee and it is hit or miss. And with my grinder going south a good inexpensive brew is problematic. Half the time I drink decaf which further complicates the issue.

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    Carl R  almost 6 years ago

    McDonalds is fine, but I prefer Dunkin Donuts. I don’t see what people see in FourBucks coffee, though. I have it now and then, but I’d usually go out of my way to avoid it..

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    Lawrencesmith1307  almost 6 years ago

    That would be because, in the UK, they do not know good coffee from week-old dish water.

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    Lawrencesmith1307  almost 6 years ago

    Farmer Brothers is only expensive, not even close to being quality. It is below the low quality of Community coffee from the Louisiana region.

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    Lawrencesmith1307  almost 6 years ago

    I get Sumatra from my supplier, grind my own, and then brew. If I could get Ethiopian Yurgochaffe, I would drink that.

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    bcathey1960  almost 6 years ago

    McDonald’s doesn’t have my favorite coffee, but they do have my favorite ‘fast food franchise’ coffee…

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    neverenoughgold  almost 6 years ago

    Coffee taste quality might have something to do with the quantity brewed. I do know when I brew a single cup of coffee in our Keurig brewer, it seems to taste a bit better than when I brew a “pot” of coffee in our Bunn coffeemaker. Both are reasonably high end units; but, the single cup seems a bit better, even using the exact same beans and ground just before brewing. Also, it is the same fresh, filtered, cold water in both cases..Regarding the Bunn, I am comparing to the first cup poured, not one several hours old…

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    Hunter7  almost 6 years ago

    Has no one tried Blenz? You don’t have to go fancy, froo-froo. They do have regular daily brews. And you can always add a shot of espresso. @ somebodyshort the caffeine in tea is bonded differently than it is in coffee beans. So a cuppa in the evening is relaxing and soothing.

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