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    What's with the coffee?

    Greetings!

    Ever since I found the Ubuntu forums (when I first started using Ubuntu around 13'ish years ago) I noticed that coffee seems to be a theme.

    I LOVE coffee.But I was just curious to know... what's with the coffee beans and cups for forum activity?

    Personally, I love it, but I am just curious

    Thanks!
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    Re: What's with the coffee?

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    Re: What's with the coffee?

    I've had the beans for a while, I want some cups!
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    Re: What's with the coffee?

    I just poured my last cup from my cafetière (French Press as we call it here in the States).
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    Re: What's with the coffee?

    Had freshly ground Lintong Ratu Batak this morning, 'twas yummy.

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    Re: What's with the coffee?

    Mrs QIII and I lived dangerously a week ago and ground up some kopi luwak.

    It didn't taste like what it was originally packed in after its initial phase of processing. It actually tasted lifeless, bland and stale.

    So much for the most unique and expensive coffee in the world.
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    Re: What's with the coffee?

    I have a special concentrated coffee made with various ground beans about 1lb that I let steep with hot water in a huge filter into a gallon glass jar.
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    Re: What's with the coffee?

    Having read a little about kopi luwak, I am not keen on one particular stage of its processing. To me, Mrs Lisati's usual brand tastes like it is made from the packaging.
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    Re: What's with the coffee?

    I'm easy when it comes to coffee plain hot and black no added fillers not real particular as long as it's real coffee.

    I do try different coffee beans from the local market although I'm pretty happy with good old regular coffee.

    I can't stand that newfangled foo foo frappuccino / crappuccino today's generation drinks.
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    Re: What's with the coffee?

    I love coffee. Some might even say I am a coffee fiend. Ok, that was a bad joke. But anyway, it's hard to pin down my favorite coffee. I think the best coffee I have had was in Spain or Greece. Kind of a toss up really. No idea what brand either one was because both times was in a restaurant/cafe. Strange as it may seem, my usual go to at home is Maxwell House or Folger's. The coffee is decent, but more importantly, inexpensive. My least favorite is by far Starbucks. Their coffee always tastes burnt.

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