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    I buy either Caribou or Green Mountain medium roast k cups for home use. In the mountains, the little starbucks instant coffe pouches. When I brew a whole pot, I'm with Bwana, the old school percolator is the only way to go.
    Also, black coffee only, no flavorings no sugar, no nuthin.
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    Folgers classic roast at home. At camp I like the instant Folgers crystals in an old fashioned percolator. If in the back country, I have 2 or three different single use types. Absolutely have to have some kind of a sweetner, 99% of the time that would be sugar....and too much of it at that.

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    maxwell house columbian, black, strong enough to float a horse shoe. like Bwana and Fink, percolated is my favorite

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    Dutch Bros.

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    Ever since I started to work for an Itailian company I can't stand the American dirty (dish) water as they call that we serve in North America. Just too weak.
    My rocket fuel is Lavazza Rosa made with a Bialetti stove top.

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    Ever since I started to work for an Itailian company I can't stand the American dirty (dish) water as they call that we serve in North America. Just too weak.
    My rocket fuel is Lavazza Rosa made with a Bialetti stove top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swampokie View Post
    I really like the new great value donut shop from Walmart. Really good taste
    funny, thats what I'm drinking now. They had a big bag on sale last time I was there. I like it too.

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    McFaddens Coffee (Dubuque, IA)

    8 O'clock Coffee Columbian Peaks (Landover, MD)

    Dunkin Donuts Original

    Mexican Oaxca

    Tanzanian Peaberry

    (All roasted medium-dark)

    I enjoy Starbucks Pikes Place and Seattle's Best, but those up there are my favs.




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    Quote Originally Posted by tdub24 View Post
    Folgers classic roast at home. At camp I like the instant Folgers crystals in an old fashioned percolator. If in the back country, I have 2 or three different single use types. Absolutely have to have some kind of a sweetner, 99% of the time that would be sugar....and too much of it at that.
    I like percolated coffee, I only cook it that way whe camping. Too big of a hurry at home to wait for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberstalker View Post
    I like percolated coffee, I only cook it that way whe camping. Too big of a hurry at home to wait for it.
    I love percolated coffee too!
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