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    Coffee Drinkers & Bean Grinders

    Few years ago on a whim I bought a $25 coffee grinder and a bag of whole bean coffee and since then have never gone back to the pre-ground stuff. No offense, but you cannot beat a cup of fresh ground, fresh brewed coffee in the morning at the crack of dawn. There are a lot of "craft-roasters" if you will out there making some kick-ass coffee. Whats your favorite brand of whole beans? These are 4 of mine:

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    I loved freshly ground coffee. However I have been using my Keurig lately. I might have to pick some beans up here in Colorado. There are some local coffee shops that have excellent coffee. Might have to try their beans. Are those local Jerry?
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    Death wish is AMAZING! Make sure you try Bitch Slap and Napalm as well!
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    Coffee Drinkers & Bean Grinders

    I'm a fan of Intelligensia, Verve, and Temple. I had the Honey Badger from Intelligensia as an espresso last year and it was amazing.

    My brother in law bought a roaster for his last deployment and learned to roast his own beans. Sweet Maria's out of Oakland sells green beans that you roast yourself. Nothing better than super freshly roasted beans ground perfectly to match the brew method.
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    So how did Napalm taste? 😀
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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    So how did Napalm taste?
    I don't know but I love the smell of it in the morning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    I loved freshly ground coffee. However I have been using my Keurig lately. I might have to pick some beans up here in Colorado. There are some local coffee shops that have excellent coffee. Might have to try their beans. Are those local Jerry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Death wish is AMAZING! Make sure you try Bitch Slap and Napalm as well!
    I will check those out. I will forever remember my shitty ass trip to Utah this Spring during that fucking snowstorm because I brewed a thermos of Death Wish and took a pound of ground beans with me. I put the ground up beans in my console and smelled them the whole way out there! LOL, won't stop me from drinking it!

    Quote Originally Posted by r2fasani View Post
    I don't know but I love the smell of it in the morning!
    I think that is half the allure to grinding them fresh. The aroma is just killer! I have to say, I look forward to waking up every morning so I can grind & brew a fresh pot first thing.

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    I'm glad to know I'm not the only one that's looking forward to that 1st cup of coffee before I even fall asleep at night!

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    Quote Originally Posted by r2fasani View Post
    I don't know but I love the smell of it in the morning!
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