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The best part of waking up is ..... in your cup
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The best part of waking up is ..... in your cup - December 30, 2009, 07:04 AM

So 1st ever cup of Joe this morning. Not too bad but have no idea as to the process and style others have in setting the right pot and add ins. So what you gotta do to get your cup o joe just right.

Creamer, sugar, milk, jack, etc...and how much


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Coffee is gross.


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Nannercakes is still the best way to start the day....Coffee will do

Ol' Lady got me a K-cup for krimbo. I <3 it like a fat kid loves cake.


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December 30, 2009, 07:19 AM

For me, I use creamers, but it all depends on whether I'm home, traveling or on the road somewhere. At home, I use vanilla caramel, maybe a tablespoon worth. Sheetz/7-11/etc have flavored creamers...if I'm really craving coffee, I can make something work there.

If there's no creamers, I go for sugar & milk/plain cream.

I actually did a small cup of straight black coffee the other night. Not a big fan, but it wasn't too bad.


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Nannercakes is still the best way to start the day....Coffee will do

Ol' Lady got me a K-cup for krimbo. I <3 it like a fat kid loves cake.
Nannercakes


And the Keurig machines are the shiz-nit!! We loved our at home so much, we bought one for the camper at Summit. No fussin' with the grinds n' shit anymore.


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I drink coffee rarely, use to be an every morning event, however I found it literally dried me out, felt dehydrated, so I moved to green tea.

When I do have coffee though I prefer a very light roast, and just sugar, no cream, two to three packets, or two heaping spoon fulls, depending on how dark the roast.

The bean and roast make all the difference, it will change how much cream, sugar, crap you put in your coffee.


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Maxwell house as strong as you can get it with a little cream and a little sugar just enough to curve the bitterness but not enough to make it sweet...


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double or triple espressos for me w/ sugar and a touch of whole milk, other then that Pepsi, Coke or Redbull. If i am drinking espresso though I have some nice mint flavored tobaccos for my pipe that help me perk up.
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Starbucks Double Shot - lil tiny can - but man that shit will have you

morning sex is best though and more healthy for you.
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If it's good coffee black is fine, but that gas station brown water needs a little cream or sugar.
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Green Tea FTW. Enough caffeine to get you started, antioxidants to help with aging, and it's smooth. I get that dried out feeling and dehydrated from coffee too. Also, when I drink it, I turn into this:


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When I do have coffee though I prefer a very light roast, and just sugar, no cream, two to three packets, or two heaping spoon fulls, depending on how dark the roast.

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If it's GOOD COFFEE black is fine, but that gas station brown water needs a little cream or sugar.
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Starbucks Italian Roast - 1 scoop per cup, land o lakes half and half (just enough to make it dark brown) and 2 teaspoons sugar
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