Re: Coffee Advice
- The basic guideline is
If it looks like a commercial coffe, its no good
9 I know it sounds contraversial, but if you buy a different coffee
each week, you get a better tase for it.
Look out for speciality single source, preferably Sinanni
Nicky Tn :<)
--- In TheCoffeeExpert@yahoogroups.com, "Henry Stapleton"
> I love coffee ... drink a good cup before work ... another when I getthe
> to work ... and one more in the afternoon. But I'm having trouble
> finding the coffee that I like. To be honest, I don't like most of
> flavored coffees and I'm not a coffee house fly so most of the coffeeI
> buy is from the supermarket. I originally liked Maxwell House ...but
> for the past few months I've been without a coffee maker so I boughtme
> a french press and now I make my own coffee without the machine.
> Because of this new found freedom, I've been experimenting with
> blending a couple of different coffees trying to get the best taste.
> I'm currently blending 50/50 Folgers Columbian Supreme and Folgers
> original. I don't like the columbian by itself because it is too
> bitter. Any suggestions? Please keep in mind that I still intend on
> buying my coffee at the supermarket. Thanks.