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Old 02-28-2013, 10:18 AM   #1
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Default Morning Coffee

For those of you that do drink coffee, I have some questions, just for shiggles.
1) How do you take it? (Black, cream, sugar, etc.)
2) How to you brew it? (Method and anything extra, like eggshells, salt)
3) What brands do you like?
4) Pre-Ground or whole bean?
5) If you buy coffee from somewhere, where to you prefer? (Dunkin', Starbucks, Local)

My answers:
1) Half and half, just till I think it's enough.
2) I prefer French press, but the Keurig is nice in a hurry
3) I'm not picky and use Sam's club brand mostly, Dunkin' has good coffee, and I like to occasionally throw down for some Higher Ground out of Birmingham, AL.
4) Whole bean for the press, and Keurig is all pre-ground in those little cups.
5) Chloe's Cup is a great local place for me, but I don't mind getting Starbucks with their blonde roast now.
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