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Do my comrades drink coffee?
What flavors, origins or roasting do you seek? How do you brew it?

 

OP here:
I mostly live off no brand super market coffee but when I can buy fancy coffee I will just seek acid and fruity flavors. I do not have a grinder so I can't buy beans.
I brew it cowboy style, very dark, sweeten it with honey and lighten it up with milk.
I have a thermo and like to take it full of coffee with milk to my job.

 

I do like coffee. I rarely drink it without sugar or milk though. No, I don't use honey.

 

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I only drink Wake Up America - Patriot Blend because it's grown by Communists.

 

>>20938
>Th- they're not communist, they're j- j- just a commune
The absolute fucking cope, holy shit

 

>>20938
Mega cringe but thanks for your money and advertising, faggot
kek

 

>>20938
Kek, but now i really want want to taste this shit.

 

>>20938
>infowars literally funding communists by buying their coffee
now this is epic

 

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A message from Alex Jones:

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–Alex Jones

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BUMP
The coffee I have at home lost its flavour and now I'm in a rush to finish it and get something new, I been drinking flavourless brown water the last few weeks.
Also i should had started the thread with these pics.

 

I buy zapatist coffee and cuban coffee whenever I find it

 

Tea>Coffee

 

Is cold brew just overrated or am i doing it wrong.

 

>>20952
wtf he sells ezln coffee

 

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Bumping this one.
What recepies do you recomend to brew in a moka?

 

>>22688
how do you find it?

 

>>28330
lots of milk and sugar :)

 

>>28332
What happens if I put milk insted of water in the moka?

 

>>28333
Sounds like a bad idea tbh, but give it a try.
I'd recommend doing a normal brew. Don't put more water than the pressure valve. It's usually the right amount of water so that the water doesn't overflow and go back to the chamber and burn, also so you don't over extract the ground beans.

I usually drink my coffee black.

 

What does that Zapatista coffee tasts like? Or do they produce several varieties?

 

>>20935
get a medium dark roast that has a coffee bean blend tailored to your method of preparation. For method of preparation either go with a filter drip coffee machine (normal blend) or a mocha pod (espresso blend). Depending where you live, you can get decent quality instant coffee powder, that is also an option.

15 bar espresso machines make good coffee but the "affordable" models tend to break after a few years, and a mocha pod basically tastes the same while costing 10times less, and it has nothing that can break. A durable espresso machine can cost about a months salary on minimum wage.

pad/capsule-coffee is the proprietary printer ink-cartridge scam, that doesn't taste as good / price. There are cheap refills for pads and capsules but those usually contain stuff that isn't real coffee.

if you want coffee-making to be a ritualistic experience, buy un-ground coffee beans and put them through a cheap blender and a strainer (to remove the flaky bits). Grinding coffee beans smells really nice and it does help preserving the flavor a little better than the pre-ground beans.

Don't put milk or sugar in coffee, that's barbaric, just make it less strong.

 

>>28333
Cheese crust, no joke
Your moka will be full of something that looks like cum

 

>>28446
Has science gone too far?
Thanks

Time to make some, about flavors, origins or roasting I don't know anything. I just buy it and thankfully my country is a producer so it is cheap.
But there are some especiality coffes for export that they say have flavours and shit, I tasted some but I have to get better at the moka since just brewing it is not the same

 

>>28481
>Time to make some, about flavors, origins or roasting I don't know anything. I just buy it and thankfully my country is a producer so it is cheap.
See embbed video please

 

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https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/09/220926200838.htm
>"In this large, observational study, ground, instant and decaffeinated coffee were associated with equivalent reductions in the incidence of cardiovascular disease and death from cardiovascular disease or any cause," said study author Professor Peter Kistler of the Baker Heart and Diabetes Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia. "The results suggest that mild to moderate intake of ground, instant and decaffeinated coffee should be considered part of a healthy lifestyle."
Coffee is good for you

 

Should I buy coffee in bulk? What/where are the best sellers to buy from?

 

>>20938
Least based coop supporter

 

thinking of trying to get hold of Zapatista coffee to sell to hipster petit burgs. is that praxis?


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