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    OT: FM, Avert Your Eyes...

    I didn't see a MTBR Coffee forum next to the beer forum so I'll start here...

    Wifey just brought a box of these home, anyone ever try it?
    I like my koffee to kick. (Haven't imbibed one yet)




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    Thats pretty funny dude

    For the record, I truly believe one must be able to enjoy the worst, to appreciate the best.

    I've been stoked to chug a 24oz 2-day old AM/PM dark roast on the drive from Seattle to Moab (Did it once solo in 17hrs!).
    Miller highlife is definitely one of my most favorite beers, and I've even been known to request monarch vodka.

    So, I will definitely add "STOK" to my "so, exactly what does ass taste like?" list.

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    WTF is this 2 per day limit. If one equals 1 expresso shot how do I get by with a 4 shot latte every morning?

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    Seriously. FDA calls a single shot of espresso like 58mg of caffeine.

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    Even more off topic...

    Here's a crappy gif I made while screwing around with photoshop.
    Actually 27-second shots....vivace vita beans, yummy
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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    ...So, I will definitely add "STOK" to my "so, exactly what does ass taste like?" list.
    LOL! that quote right there made this whole thread worthwhile.

    That coffee you're making there looks real good. I'd doubt I'd ever actually drink it though. I suspect It'd spoil me and I'd have to sell one of my bikes to be able to make my own.
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    Looks yummy!
    .. I could see a 6-pack-a-day bad habit with those things....
    ...every day sends future to past...

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    kinda takes 3 of the 4 key benefits outta espresso drinks. the buzz may be there, but seems like it may forego the ritual, taste, and explosive crapping impact of a fine french roast. i do like the name, however.

    +1 an expensive habit which becomes a freakin requisite

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    Not Stoked

    I have tried those, they are as bad as they look.
    Very nasty.
    'nuff said.

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    $12 per lb. good sheit. bonus that it is roasted at 8,600' by one of the original cult mtbr biz owners that runs totally wired cyclery.

    http://www.rockymountainroastery.com/about-us.aspx
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    formalities...

    Why not just to completely away with the pretense of enjoying a cup of coffee for the taste/heat/whatever and get yourself a syringe, a large bottle of this stuff, and inject it every morning at 5:00 a.m. Saves time, money (buying in bulk), and mess (spillage).

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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    I've been stoked to chug a 24oz 2-day old AM/PM dark roast on the drive from Seattle to Moab (Did it once solo in 17hrs!).
    Miller highlife is definitely one of my most favorite beers...
    Why not combine the two and chug some Sparks? Bad caffiene and alcohol brought together for your convenience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Why not combine the two and chug some Sparks? Bad caffiene and alcohol brought together for your convenience.
    Funny thing is Sparks costs less than Red Bull....

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    I just add meth to my morning brew - done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1soulrider
    Funny thing is Sparks costs less than Red Bull....
    Exactly, Sparks is the perfect drink.

    I got a case of Sparks for my birthday last year. I have special friends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Exactly, Sparks is the perfect drink.

    I got a case of Sparks for my birthday last year. I have special friends.
    I prefer the meth idea. It's also a great way to loose weight, and gain super human strength.
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    I'll second that. Wade W is good people. If any of you have ever ridden in the Fraser Valley near Winter Park, CO, the guy behind this coffee is also personally responsible for the majority of singletrack up there. He won't admit it, though
    Quote Originally Posted by moosehead
    $12 per lb. good sheit. bonus that it is roasted at 8,600' by one of the original cult mtbr biz owners that runs totally wired cyclery.

    http://www.rockymountainroastery.com/about-us.aspx
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    AHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ha

    Zila ya killa me

    ya al a bunch of un cultured shot em up cowboys ya gots to take ya time enjoy the process!

    Coffee s an art, I wish I had a real machine like an e60, but I got to use what I got to see so my we grind machine and esky boy plunger does its job, I prefer MUD and lots of it, TURNER MUD..

    All gone now but I keep the bag and cover for the mems one day I'll order some MOAR lol...

    Must get some of Jos form the local, I can;t stand instant chit....

    Ps Im relearning to play the guitar at the mo so I need my coffee

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackagness
    I prefer the meth idea. It's also a great way to loose weight, and gain super human strength.
    And knock off all those unfinished household projects . . . at 3AM . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    Here's a crappy gif I made while screwing around with photoshop.
    Actually 27-second shots....vivace vita beans, yummy
    Vivace dolce as a ristretto (using a la marzocco 3 shot basket) is the best espresso I have ever had. David Schomer is whacked, but his espresso blends are to die for.

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    Okay I tried the Stok twice today....
    BLEAH!!! Where's that receipt?
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    You guys are on drugs!

    Really good ones, but drugs none-the-less. Too bad there's no THC version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anotherbrian
    Vivace dolce as a ristretto (using a la marzocco 3 shot basket) is the best espresso I have ever had. David Schomer is whacked, but his espresso blends are to die for.
    I just picked up a 1/2lb of vivace dolce tonight. Stoked to try it, I've only had the vita previously... yeah Schomer's a piece of work. I read his book, which was pretty educational, even if half of it went over my head.

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    Custom Blend

    BZ, this Rocky Mountain Roastery blend looks like it was made for you....
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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    ...half of it went over my head.
    I was thinking the very same thing about this conversation.
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