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I've heard good things about Black Rifle coffee but have never tried it. Wasn't the company started by veterans? I thought I had heard that.kk
I was an overbearing coffee snob back in the 80's. I got over myself.
Like Brian, above, I am a coffee Luddite. McDonald's senior decaf for an average of 80c is as good as I'll ever let myself be accustomed to. In desperation, I may stop at a travel center (fancified truck stop) and pay double what McD's gets, but I try to limit such excesses.Ralph
I'm still an overbearing coffee snob...........ok maybe not so much overbearing. I actually had pretty good lobby coffee at the inn I stayed at on my Catskills trip a few weeks ago...I posted on this trip. But normally, unless I am in a somewhat developed area, finding really good coffee is nearly impossible. So I bring my travel jet boil type device and some Big Barn dark roast of Starbucks Italian roast that I have pre-ground before the trip, and I do a pour over or use my Aeropress. I bring those little half and half cups that I get from a diner along the way......either ask if I can take some or a pay for them. Good coffee is one of life's affordable and great luxuries.Scott
A few years ago, some journalism types did a big survey/taste test on the best coffee served in the country. As I recall, some national gas station coffee was deemed number one (Quick Trip, maybe?) McDonalds was second and Dunkin Donuts was close behind. I love good black coffee, but have found I can only drink McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts, and Waffle House coffee black. Everything else, including what I try to make at home, requires me to add coffee creamer to make it tolerable. I love a good Latte or Capuchino, but can't stand any of Starbucks straight coffees, too bitter.
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