Single shot Espresso, Lavazza Qualità Oro. The way to go!
Edit: I was actually drinking one while i was writing this
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I wouldn’t say I’m a snob, but if I don’t have coffee every day I will find you and I will kill you
My current method is fresh beans burr ground with a French press. Most days I’m just sad that I can’t find a bigger French press.
Guess you are a true coffee guru! 0_o I just drink tons of it
KingDog saidNice article(s). When I visited Canada a few years ago, my relatives actually left the house to buy coffee from Horton’s and came straight back home with it. Bizarre.
I actually did a three part series for FreelanceSwitch called The Freelancers Guide to Coffee Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.
Incidentally, I’ve now finished the entire jug that was in my photo at the beginning of the thread and I feel pretty jazzed.
Medium Skinny Latte. I always get a smirk from the barista when I ask for one
Hey friends , you should try this with coffee , feels great!
Maybe a 99% Cocoa Bitter Chocolate is not everyone’s taste , but believe me , this is pure Heaven
Coffee Snob? Only a little…
I roast, grind, and brew my own coffee at home. Preferred brewer of choice, Hario v60 ceramic drip cone. Other options would be a Melitta pour over and a Chemex (I think I still have a regular drip somewhere as well). I also have a Gaggia espresso machine for those moments when you’ve got to have a shot.
So only a little.
I never had the habit to drink coffee regularly. But since a few months ago, I got “addicted” to nes-frappe (made with instant coffee). It’s that thing when you whip instant coffee with some sugar and a little bit of water to make foam, in which you then pour milk.
However, the most common coffee variety here (at least variety drunk at home) is the regular/traditional one, which we call “Turkish coffee”. Something like this: