Annoyed Liberall » 10 Jan 2017 2:26 pm wrote: deezer shoove » 10 Jan 2017 2:08 pm wrote: A Farewell to Arms » 09 Jan 2017 9:42 pm wrote:
true...but the timing of it was perfect
you know...i drink one cup in the am....never really enjoyed the taste of coffee...so it don't matter to me much if i have instant
however i did have a cup of cuban coffee in miami international...it was delicious......however..after i had it , i felt like running full sprint through the airport...no wonder them cubans are always super duper uppity
Don't get me wrong. I drink lots of coffee. Different places. Many types suck bad.
In fact, I don't even know any good brands anymore.
There are damned few actual good coffees and good makers paired together out there.
I went out and got a decent percolator and some Eight O'Clock coffee. Just like my granny made.
Total mediocre effort. Was it the pot, the water, Eight O'Clock is made by Chinese now?
I'll keep looking. Maybe the secret is with The Honest Man. I'll keep looking for him too.
I only make coffee in one of those old fashioned glass pots that you boil on the stove.
It comes out perfect. Also, I only buy fair trade, organic coffee and use filtered water.
I've tried organic; was alright. I just haven't found the right "recipe".
Seems like the mission to finding a good fish taco. Shouldn't be that hard...
Lots of places make them but they are just edible.
San Diego had really good fish tacos. Closest thing to those are at a small Mexican restaurant near me.
But like coffee, if you ask at any restaurant "yeah, it's really good here"...
Then get served mediocre tacos and coffee.
I agree with you about Starbucks. Last resort only for me.