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    Coffee

    Jus got some, and while the coffee isn't that good, it came with a free cup!

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    At least the caffeine seems to work.
    All out of S**** and down to my last F***

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    I'm buzzzzed on some light roast right now!

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    I am not a huge coffee geek but love some good stuff. I suggest you guys all try a brand of coffee called "Kickapoo" from Wisconsin. Actually drinking it as I type. Small roasting company. I show people the difference between a roasted bean and a burnt beyond recognition bean. One tastes fantastic with subtle notes of different flavors, and the other tastes like charcoal. Just like other small roasting companies, they have different types. Yummy!
    They never made the "Slowster"

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    Peet's coffee is laced with meth.

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    you're really missing the point pinche'

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    mmmm...coffee

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    Just wait. Within a year I am sure San Francisco will charge you .10-25 cents for the cup. DW

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    Yup its Peet's

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    Love coffee ... Ethiopian from Blue Bottle today

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    my bike shop has a private label blend from Kinetic coffee....it's always really good....
    Currently sitting in front of the fire, rain coming down and a cup of Redwood Rd roast...life is good

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    Where's that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Jus got some, and while the coffee isn't that good, it came with a free cup!

    Life is good.
    Everywhere I go the coffee's free it's the cup they ding you for!
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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    Just my opinion and I'm not a huge coffee geek...

    I usually get beans and make espresso at home... But if you want to go get a good cup, check out Philz Coffee. Each cup is a special blend of beans, ground fresh, hand poured, and mixed with milk/sugar to your taste. It's like a Blue Bottle or Flying Goat quality of coffee... But no espresso machine or frothing.

    The Code 33 with medium cream and sugar/sweet is my favorite... Strong flavor / caffeine, but super tasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ancient rascal View Post
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    Nice! I have almost the same Saeco. Fast and super easy espresso.
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    getting buzzzzed again on some "light roast" this AM before I head down to the Fort to ride!

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    If you like to tinker and wanna take coffee to the next level, homeroasting is a really fun hobby. I built my own roaster with commonly available parts (and there are commercially available roasters at various pricepoints). Green beans are usually $5-$7 per pound compared to the $12-$15 at local roasters. The best part is you have total control over the roast level. Roast light or dark and make your own blends. Good fun.

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    mmm Peet's espresso

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    Red House Roasters for me. It is actually my friends business and he makes some bangin' beans. Just got a new roaster so he can do 8,000 lbs a week. Always fresh ground always french press Oh yeah!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    Peet's coffee is laced with meth.
    I'm working on 1 liter of meth as we speak

    I broke my toe the other day and I can't stuff it in my cycling shoes; going crazy

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    Has a nobody tried the elephant turd coffee yet-no really

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