Discussion in 'Community' started by Aytee-Aytee, Nov 10, 2012.
Thinking about getting my sister a French press for her birthday...
French press coffee is awesome.
I make mine in an automatic drip pot, which is only second best.
i am torn between porcelain cone and porcelain cone.
OMG.. I can not even think about coffee without craving it... Coffee>tea I will fight anyone who disagrees.. and I know how strange it is for a first gen Asian girl to pick coffee over tea.. its that good.... as long as its mostly sugar and cream.
I must say I do not know the differences listed above.
i picked franch prass.
Espresso. Everything else is too watery.
The absolute best way to make coffee? Don't.
Prefer making my own coffee vs. paying through the nose at someplace like Starbucks.
"i am jabba wocky and i am grumpy about things! grrrrr!"
I do not abstain from coffee because I am grumpy. I abstain because of its caffeine.
but that's the best part!
I use various methods - best one is, when a another one makes it in a perfect way and brings it to you.
I prefer French pressed coffee. It's more flavorful than drip.
I don't understand the keurig craze. The coffee tastes awful, and it really doesn't take much more effort to make it in a regular coffee maker. Plus those are much cheaper, both the machine and the coffee.
I drink drip coffee because that's available at work and I don't have to pay for it. I prefer French press though but I rarely make it that way.
I drink drip coffee because that is the coffee maker I have and I'm basically asleep while drinking it so I'm not worried about it being more or less flavorful than other methods.
I rely on the guys in my local coffee shop. They fresly grind for each cup, do some kind of alchemy with an espresso machine and the result makes mornings bearable.
Wait, help me put here. What sort of made coffee is the kind you get at Dunkin Donuts or Tim Hortons??
Then you don't. The rest of the world will enjoy it gladly.
Espresso or as strong and dark as humanly possible. The watered down swill you yanks sometimes pass as coffee is simple laughable.
Espresso's great after a meal but I like latte in the morning. Not the bucket of tepid milk you get from Starbucks and the like; short and strong.
DLB stole my answer. Chemex for sure.
I voted French Press but granted I've never gotten to taste coffee from any of the super cool exotic machines we saw on the Food Network. They had an old fashioned vacuum machine that looked like something Dr Jeckell would own.
I think the french press produces the best results, unless you are looking for a Turkish style coffee, in which case, use the ibrik.