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... Staying in Phoenix for 6 weeks I ran out of the Intelligentsia I brought with me. Good thing because I found some Groundwork Certified Organic coffee that I fell in love with. An Ethiopia blend I enjoyed so much I bought 2 more 12oz bags and brought them home with me. I was very happy to find out I can order from Groundwork online and just picked up some Brazilian and another Ethiopian single source I am excited to try.

Intelligentsia is one of my favorite roasters, also give Stumptown a try if you have not, they are also very good.

 

 

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I have a little coffee bar at home.  

Playing with my new hand powered espresso maker, experimenting with different coffees. In other news, I'm three shots in already and after several more trial runs, won't be sleeping until April.

Here's my typical morning coffee setup at my office: At home, we've got a Breville Barista Express espresso machine. I make a latte for my wife most mornings.

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... I have stopped at Stumptown quite a bit when I am in Portland for work. Kraft Services uses them on our shoots too. 

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Been French pressing for a while. But I want to use my Anova to cold brew some

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Santa brought us this last year...I must have been good.

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Favorite daily brew? Tully's Hawaiian blend set to strong 10-oz. This thing makes a damn fine cup of Joe! Frother is a bonus that does both hot & cold milk very well. You can also do cold coffees & shots. Very versatile and it kicked my former Breville grind-n-brew directly to the curb.

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Stumbled upon this thread while killing some time at work. Love my coffee and all things coffee. Any vacation I go on, the first thing I do is look up some local coffee shops.

 

At home my daily go to for quick and easy is my Oxo Automatic pour over as I can program for whatever time. I was using a Chemex for the longest time but got tired of the manual process before work in the mornings. So I save that for weekends or days off. Also have my old and strong espresso machine. The old work horse Starbucks Saeco Sireno machine. That I use when I'm feeling fancy and want a latte. During the summer I make a lot of cold brew in my Hario coffee pot. 

 

For beans I normally go to a local place here called Mothership Coffee Roasters. They have a few beans that I really love that are more nutty and chocolatey rather some of the beans having a slight fruity profile. I just cant get along with those ones. 

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7 minutes ago, Shankster said:

I must admit, I have fallen off the good coffee train. Thinking about joining one of those coffee a month clubs. Also thinking about a hot sauce a month club.

I ordered a variety pack from one of the coffee clubs which is what their monthly subscription is and while you do get to try a good variety, you dont get all that much coffee for the price. I would say if you average 2 cups or more a day you'll still need coffee on top of what comes in the subscription to make it through the month. The coffee was great though. 

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13 hours ago, patrickleeleep said:

Stumbled upon this thread while killing some time at work. Love my coffee and all things coffee. Any vacation I go on, the first thing I do is look up some local coffee shops.

 

At home my daily go to for quick and easy is my Oxo Automatic pour over as I can program for whatever time. I was using a Chemex for the longest time but got tired of the manual process before work in the mornings. So I save that for weekends or days off. Also have my old and strong espresso machine. The old work horse Starbucks Saeco Sireno machine. That I use when I'm feeling fancy and want a latte. During the summer I make a lot of cold brew in my Hario coffee pot. 

 

For beans I normally go to a local place here called Mothership Coffee Roasters. They have a few beans that I really love that are more nutty and chocolatey rather some of the beans having a slight fruity profile. I just cant get along with those ones. 

Have you tried roasting your own with some 20 dollar air popcorn poppers? There is nothing like making a batch of coffee that you roasted yourself to whatever profile you like the best...

Yes I did just classically one-up your coffee snobbery.  😎

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I've been roasting my beans for a couple of years now. I have one of these:

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It's basically a glorified popcorn popper, with multiple heat and fan settings and a timer.

When I started roasting beans, I had a friend from seminary warn me to be careful. The only way to take the next step of coffee snobbery was to be like him and go to Africa as a missionary so you can grow your own coffee plants 🙂

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1 hour ago, bardle said:

Have you tried roasting your own with some 20 dollar air popcorn poppers? There is nothing like making a batch of coffee that you roasted yourself to whatever profile you like the best...

Yes I did just classically one-up your coffee snobbery.  😎

I have never even thought to do that. That sounds fun though. I'll have to look into that. 

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8 hours ago, GolfSpy MPR said:

I've been roasting my beans for a couple of years now. I have one of these:

fresh-roast-sr500-1.jpg

It's basically a glorified popcorn popper, with multiple heat and fan settings and a timer.

When I started roasting beans, I had a friend from seminary warn me to be careful. The only way to take the next step of coffee snobbery was to be like him and go to Africa as a missionary so you can grow your own coffee plants 🙂

I always wanted one of these. I kept telling myself when my 20 dollar air popper died that I'd get one. 

6 years later and about 100 pounds of coffee since, it's still kicking. I swear it's the best 20 dollars I ever spent. Ha. I dont roast anymore, I just don't have the time but I do love it. 

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Playing with my new hand powered espresso maker, experimenting with different coffees.

In other news, I'm three shots in already and after several more trial runs, won't be sleeping until April.

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I'm thinking of reviving the old thread to see if anyone else here drinks black rifle coffee on here? For those who do chemex what is the ratio you like best for roasts? I've been sticking with a 1:17 ratio but don't know if anyone changes it for lighter or darker roasts.

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I’m a 15-16 ratio. Just what gets the most out of the coffee

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I’m a little late to this thread but has anyone tried the Black Rifle brand?

 

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6 minutes ago, 3ironpunch said:

I’m a little late to this thread but has anyone tried the Black Rifle brand?

 

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Yes!! Pulling this one out of Davey Jones’ locker!!!  Black Rifle is pretty darned good coffee, IMO.

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