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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Yeah, Kent Rollins talks about that in his video. He prefers cold water.
    I think I prefer the cold water method, too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by christiefan915 View Post
    Done. I've had ebay up in another window but it's not the UK ebay. I've seen a few square pots but really like the one in that picture from a Hercule Poirot movie.
    Thanks, you answered my question!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gin Saké View Post
    As far as coffee companies, I will recommend a local chain called Cutter's Point. My wife had some shipped to her brother in San Diego, and he re-ordered it.
    https://www.cutterspoint.com/

    Looks interesting.

    But they misspelled "coarse" as "course".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Just finished a nice cuppa Earl Grey decaf. I watched the Cowboy coffee video, too. Do you think one can make it in a saucepan?


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    Quote Originally Posted by christiefan915 View Post
    Just finished a nice cuppa Earl Grey decaf. I watched the Cowboy coffee video, too. Do you think one can make it in a saucepan?
    Yes, any pot will do. I enjoyed some this morning and it was divine. I added some Maldon salt to eliminate acidity.

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    Here's a good syrup. Just add with some neutral-flavored cream.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    Yes, any pot will do. I enjoyed some this morning and it was divine. I added some Maldon salt to eliminate acidity.
    I like the idea that you can make a lot of it and it will stay fresh in the fridge. Am going to try it with some ordinary grocery store sea salt, and if it works out I'll spring for the Maldon. You can get it at Wally World.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    Here's a good syrup. Just add with some neutral-flavored cream.

    I like flavored coffee for after dinner but not first thing in the AM. This butter rum sounds good, though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by christiefan915 View Post
    I like the idea that you can make a lot of it and it will stay fresh in the fridge.
    I'd planned to do that, but it tasted so good that I...


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    I'd planned to do that, but it tasted so good that I...


     
    Lol. That's how Jane drinks water.


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    I drink between 6 and 15 cups of coffee a day depending on my activity. I drink Maxwell House or Community coffee brewed in a Mr. Coffee in the morning and throughout the day I mostly use a Keurig or a Keurig type machine. Again, in the Keurig it’s Maxwell House or Community.

    I grew up with a diabetic mom so we drank unsweetened iced tea but through the years I have learned to like sweetened iced tea also. My preference for that is Lipton. On rare occasions, usually during cold weather, I drink a cup of hot tea with a dab of cream and sugar. Earl Grey is my preference for that.

    Interesting thing about my coffee is that all my life I drank it black …. until 18 years ago when I quit smoking. I always had my morning coffee on the front porch with a cigarette. Even now, 18 years later, when I have a cup of black coffee I crave a cigarette. So now I always add a bit of non-dairy creamer to it.

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    Chock full of nuts coffee, Community coffee or 8 o'clock coffee with hazelnut creamer

    When having coffee on the go Dunkin Donuts coffee as Starbucks is way to bitter for me
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