I love my coffee. I try to cut back to no more than two large 16 oz. or so size cups of coffee a day. But, I drink mine a little on the strong side. I buy Milstone Colombian and make it extra, extra strong. Since my wife and I do not care that much for each others style of coffee, we quit making coffee in a coffee maker or coffee pot. We have these funnel style plastic things that sits on top of a coffee cup. Just line it with a filter, add the coffee grounds, and slowly pour boiling water over the grounds. Works for us and we can customize each cup just the way we want it.
I like most coffee, as long as it is made strong enough. Of course, some is so much better than others. You may not like what I like (for the life of me, I can't understand why), but that is what makes the world go around. If everyone liked the same thing, there would be a scarcity of that one and an over abundance of all the rest. So, please don't everyone run out and buy Milstone Colombian today, I only have two one pound packages of it left in my pantry.
I don't go as far as Sixbears does. He even roasts his own beans. He told me all about it back when we met him a year ago last march when he came to Texas to visit relatives. Remember the picture I posted of the roses with my RV in background?
I was so excited meeting him and his lovely wife and their happy dog that I forgot to take any pictures of them. Wish I would have taken one of us all together. Ok, time to go get my coffee but before I go I want to ask if you know what they do with all that caffeine that they remove from decaffeinated coffee? Well, they sell it to the soft drink manufactures who add it to their products. I usually have it by now, but got side tracked writing about it (grin). Now you all have great day today, you hear?