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Old 08-08-2020, 08:41 AM   #1
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After reading Rotneys post on the best/cheapest coffee brand. What coffee maker do you prefer or find that is better? I use a Bunn 2 pot style VPR that I found at Sams. I use one at home and work mainly because I hate the regular ones that shut the hot plate off in 2 hours. I have never tried a percolator, thought about it but have not done it yet.
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Old 08-08-2020, 08:51 AM   #2
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Old 08-08-2020, 08:57 AM   #3
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After reading Rotneys post on the best/cheapest coffee brand. What coffee maker do you prefer or find that is better? I use a Bunn 2 pot style VPR that I found at Sams. I use one at home and work mainly because I hate the regular ones that shut the hot plate off in 2 hours. I have never tried a percolator, thought about it but have not done it yet.
I use a one cup drip coffee maker (no specific brand) as I grind my beans every cup (BRCC Just Black). I've used percolators in the past when camping but it's been a while. It can get the water too hot and mess up the flavor of the coffee. For a 10 cup plus coffee maker, Bunn is hard to beat.
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I got a french press and really like it.
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I like the ones with timers. Like it to be waiting for me when I roll out of bed.
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I have Nespresso and love it!
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My Bunn is on its 10th year. Easy to use and it’s fast.
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Old 08-08-2020, 10:18 AM   #12
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Cheap Walmart coffee maker. I buy one every couple of years.
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Old 08-08-2020, 10:23 AM   #13
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Whole bean coffee, burr grinder and a pour-over.

You'll thank me when you realize you've been drinking chiddy coffee for so long. lol

French press is a good method too, second to pour over in my book.

For a drip machine, the Ninja coffee bar is pretty awesome.

Whatever machine you end up with the biggest improvement will come from grinding your own beans.
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Old 08-08-2020, 10:30 AM   #14
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Old 08-08-2020, 10:40 AM   #15
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Whole bean coffee, burr grinder and a pour-over.

You'll thank me when you realize you've been drinking chiddy coffee for so long. lol

French press is a good method too, second to pour over in my book.

For a drip machine, the Ninja coffee bar is pretty awesome.

Whatever machine you end up with the biggest improvement will come from grinding your own beans.
Agree 100%!!
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Old 08-08-2020, 10:44 AM   #16
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Whole bean coffee, burr grinder and a pour-over.

You'll thank me when you realize you've been drinking chiddy coffee for so long. lol

French press is a good method too, second to pour over in my book.

For a drip machine, the Ninja coffee bar is pretty awesome.

Whatever machine you end up with the biggest improvement will come from grinding your own beans.


This! Grinding whole beans right before making coffee is a game changer.

I also like my AeroPress.


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Old 08-08-2020, 11:14 AM   #17
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This along with an electric kettle set at 190. Every cup is fresh and takes about 60 secs to make. Its the same way my grandma made it. For larger groups I have a bigger pour over.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Melitta-P...SABEgIuEvD_BwE
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Old 08-08-2020, 11:40 AM   #18
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It’s hard to beat a Bunn! However, I have had good luck with my Keurig. I load my own K cups with Community coffees signature blend.
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Old 08-08-2020, 11:56 AM   #19
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we liked our ninja, but it bit the dust after 19months.

wife just got a bunn that keeps a reservoir of hot water so we can have a whole pot in ~3min start to finish
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Old 08-08-2020, 02:11 PM   #20
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Where you guys getting the beans from? I have been experimenting with beans from HEB, its the only place local that I know of to get beans. I have the burr style grinder. The medium roast blend tastes better to me right now
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Where you guys getting the beans from? I have been experimenting with beans from HEB, its the only place local that I know of to get beans. I have the burr style grinder. The medium roast blend tastes better to me right now
I am subscribed to Black Rifle Coffee Company (BRCC). They send me how many bags I want and how often I want to my house. Free shipping when you subscribe. All I drink medium roast. Their (Just Black) whole bean is what I get and it's excellent. I personally drink 48oz to 80 oz of coffee every day. Two bags lasts me three weeks. I think it's around $12 or $13 a 12oz bag. The beans have been roasted just days prior to you receiving your order. They have several other medium roasts that I have not tried yet.
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I've been ordering from smaller companies to try "fancier" coffees lately, Three Keys Coffee and Luce Avenue Coffee here in Houston are awesome roasters.

Red Bay Coffee and Bandit Coffee company have great roasts too. I'm currently going through a 5lb bag of Ethiopian from Red Bay now... it's a dam good cup of coffee!

I've also started experimenting with roasting my own from green beans and I've had some awesome results (and some not so awesome). I've become really partial to African beans, Ethiopia and Burundi being my favorites so far.

Pretty much the only beans I haven't been able to get right by are Sumatran...I like my coffee a little more acidic and Sumatran just tasted like mud to me.

I do want to give BRCC a shot, will probably order some when I run out of what I have. I do appreciate that they made it OK for manly men to appreciate better quality coffee lol
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Old 08-08-2020, 04:32 PM   #23
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We use a French press or a chemex pour over on weekends that we are both at home. When working itís the Keurig on the way out the door for her, I also have my own that I use at work. I get up too early to mess with coffee before I leave the house, and I canít stand coffee that has been sitting on a warming plate for hours. BRCC, HEB cafe ole, or Trader Joeís electric buzz in the Keurig. And we use a variety of beans from Galveston Coffee Roasters in the others.
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Old 08-08-2020, 04:48 PM   #24
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Grinding your own beans makes a big difference! Iíve been happy with my aeropress, have yet to try one of the pour overs.
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Old 08-08-2020, 04:53 PM   #25
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I use a Bonavita drip coffee maker for a pot of coffee.
It brews at 200 F without the higher cost of the Technivorm and similar brewers.
At work I use a French press.
For camping I use an Ultralight Java Drip for a pour over.

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I just went to the gun shop and bought some BRCC - BB and CAF. My first brew of BB is very smooth! Kicking Folgers to the curb.
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Whole bean coffee, burr grinder and a pour-over.

You'll thank me when you realize you've been drinking chiddy coffee for so long. lol

French press is a good method too, second to pour over in my book.

For a drip machine, the Ninja coffee bar is pretty awesome.

Whatever machine you end up with the biggest improvement will come from grinding your own beans.
This times eleventy bazillion
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And it still is chugging along and is awesome using medium Fresh ground ( I had to put a new top on it though)
H‑E‑B Kona black fresh ground or community coffee breakfast roasted
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Boil the water in blue enamel campfire pot, drop a handful of grounds into the water, take pot off of fire and let seep for 10-15 minutes. A few sprinkles of cold water to settle the grounds. Best coffee there is, no lie.
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Syrup bucket and a green sweetgum stick across the top. Fill the bucket up with creek water, put on a pine knot fire n boil the water. Use your pliers to take off the fire n drop in a hand full of Seaport dark roast (or 8 O,clock breakfast blend), steel for a few minutes. Pour into a porcelain cup and enjoy. That’s coffee at its best!
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Percolator is the only way to go.
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Percolator is the only way to go.
I have never tried this one before. I remember my grandparents using a percolator
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An earlier comment said tgat black rifle coffee company roasts their beans a few days prior to shipment. I saw a Ted Talk where some guy's passion was coffee. He roasted his own. Gotta keep them moving constantly tho. I am interested in figuring out how to make a roasting machine for my traeger and going straight from raw to roasted to my cup in the smallest amount of time possible. Biggest hang up at the moment is finding a motor that could withstand 400 degree temps so I am not drilling a hole in my grill.
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Old 08-09-2020, 08:17 PM   #34
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Pour over is hard to beat, but the bunn cranks out pretty good coffee fast. Fresh grind and good water without chlorine and the right mineral levels can make a big difference.
A good friend has homemade nitro cold Brew on tap in a kegerator in his home. I want to do this, but know I shouldn’t drink that much caffeine .
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Old 08-09-2020, 09:13 PM   #36
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Good quality water and fresh roasted beans are the 2 biggest factors in a great cup of coffee in my opinion. I have a friend that gives me bags of raw offer beans from his family farm in Mexico. I simply roast them in a cast iron skillet. They are white and slowly turn a dark brown. You have to keep them moving but it's not a big deal. The house will have an intense aroma for a while but that's a good thing.

I recieved a free but expensive coffee maker when I bought some kitchen appliances I have yet to try out. Maybe someday soon.
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An earlier comment said tgat black rifle coffee company roasts their beans a few days prior to shipment. I saw a Ted Talk where some guy's passion was coffee. He roasted his own. Gotta keep them moving constantly tho. I am interested in figuring out how to make a roasting machine for my traeger and going straight from raw to roasted to my cup in the smallest amount of time possible. Biggest hang up at the moment is finding a motor that could withstand 400 degree temps so I am not drilling a hole in my grill.
Any specialty coffee company worth the title roasts to order.

Quality of roasted beans degrades in a few weeks.

Here's the roaster I use, works pretty well, batch size is on the small size though. I want to upgrade to a .5 kilo machine but dang they get expensive.

https://www.sweetmarias.com/fresh-roast-sr540.html

I also buy my green beans from them.

Can you run the traeger without pellets and just use the burner? I don't know how those work but smoke flavor would not do coffee beans any good haha
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Percolator is the only way to go.
I went back to a perculator a few years ago. The coffee is so much better than the Keuirig we were using.
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Grind your own beans and French press. Hard to beat.


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I have a technivorm and I love it.
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We have a Cuisinart that grinds the beans before it drips and we love it. Lavazza beans are the way to go.
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Any specialty coffee company worth the title roasts to order.

Quality of roasted beans degrades in a few weeks.

Here's the roaster I use, works pretty well, batch size is on the small size though. I want to upgrade to a .5 kilo machine but dang they get expensive.

https://www.sweetmarias.com/fresh-roast-sr540.html

I also buy my green beans from them.

Can you run the traeger without pellets and just use the burner? I don't know how those work but smoke flavor would not do coffee beans any good haha
I have been using Sweet Mariaís for several years. With all the talk of grinding your own beans, in my opinion even that lags when youíre talking about roasting your own.

When you were getting coffee beans (seeds) from various parts of the world and being able to roast them to different degrees, it really makes a difference in flavor.

That is assuming that you drink your coffee black. If youíre just going to roast it dark and put sugar and cream in it (like I do most of the time), there is not a whole lot of difference between any of them except the degree of darkness.
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Had two different pour-thru bunns that both started leaking after a year or two. Went back to good ol cheap drip machine with a timer on it so it's ready when I get up. $20 and it's 7 years old. Got a couple of old percs that I get out some times...tastes a lil better.
Grinding fresh is plenty good but for every day I'll run whatever ground coffee I happen to be using thru the grinder for a few seconds and it freshens it up alot. Cheers!
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I have a Bunn A10A. Tee'd in with the ice maker. Hit a switch and it automatically fills. Makes great coffee too.
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I went back to a perculator a few years ago. The coffee is so much better than the Keuirig we were using.
Same. The Keurig just makes dirty bean water. The percolator makes some darn fine coffee.
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Whole bean coffee, burr grinder and a pour-over.

You'll thank me when you realize you've been drinking chiddy coffee for so long. lol

French press is a good method too, second to pour over in my book.

For a drip machine, the Ninja coffee bar is pretty awesome.

Whatever machine you end up with the biggest improvement will come from grinding your own beans.
What grinder do you use?
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French Press!!! Pour in boiling water let steep 3 minutes then press and enjoy the best coffee!!
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