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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by DudeCoffee View Post
    That is a good idea, just enough coffee for two cups would be perfect. I think I'm going to do that when I finish this coffee that I have bought now.

    Actually I don't have a coffee maker. I just make coffee into my cup, but I use a certain... tool (no idea how it's called), so there's no actual coffee bean parts (again, not sure how it's called, I'm not a native speaker... Sorry) in my cup. I have a grinder, but it's very old one. Maybe from 1960s or so (electrical), so I ask to grind the coffee at the store instead. Is there a big difference on how coffee is gridded (please do explain if you don't mind)?

    The local roaster actually is a young seller, he doesn't know much when I asked him. Even told me that he doesn't drink coffee himself, so not much help from there...
    Where do u live by?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DudeCoffee View Post
    Hello. I love coffee, however I'm having a hard time picking out the good brand. I've also a limited variety of choices, unless I'd be rich and could ship it to my country (but in that case, I'd probably would emigrate in the first place). So my question is, which coffee out of these is the best in terms of quality, and if you don't mind typing a bit more - why? I'm particularly interested in coffee that leaves a nice aftertaste and is strong (wake-up wise, as I'm sleepy all the time, and I need my brains to jump-start). Here are the brands:

    Lavazza
    Java dore de luxe
    Brasil genuine cerrado
    Colombia supremo espinosa
    Ethiopia sidamo
    Zimbabwe la lucie royale
    Marago Guatemala
    Kenya AA top superstar
    Mocca van Arabie

    P.S. I'm not even sure if I can choose every single brand (money-wise), so it'd be nice if you'd choose an "optional" option.
    P.P.S. Ask if you have to ask something, as I need good answers.
    The Kenyan AA is delicious, and the Ethiopian Sidamo is delicious! I haven’t had the rest but try out Musicphan’s coffee or topher’s coffee they won’t disappoint!

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    Also invest in a new grinder, and a scale and get a coffee set up Like a kalita pour over or a V60 because they are easy to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DudeCoffee View Post
    Hello. I love coffee, however I'm having a hard time picking out the good brand. I've also a limited variety of choices, unless I'd be rich and could ship it to my country (but in that case, I'd probably would emigrate in the first place). So my question is, which coffee out of these is the best in terms of quality, and if you don't mind typing a bit more - why? I'm particularly interested in coffee that leaves a nice aftertaste and is strong (wake-up wise, as I'm sleepy all the time, and I need my brains to jump-start). Here are the brands:

    Lavazza
    Java dore de luxe
    Brasil genuine cerrado
    Colombia supremo espinosa
    Ethiopia sidamo
    Zimbabwe la lucie royale
    Marago Guatemala
    Kenya AA top superstar
    Mocca van Arabie

    P.S. I'm not even sure if I can choose every single brand (money-wise), so it'd be nice if you'd choose an "optional" option.
    P.P.S. Ask if you have to ask something, as I need good answers.
    Hello DudeCoffee,

    As my point of view, based on the quality & flavor "Arabica" and "Robusta" are the best. And based on the coffee roast levels, I just love the Dark roast coffee

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    I can't stand Lavazza, because of its too sour taste and it smells like smth burnt to me.

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    Ethiopia sidamo would be my vote

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    Hi folks, I'm also looking for a best coffee, is there anyone would like to suggest me a coffee brand.

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    Of the coffees you listed, I personally think Kenya AA is a very good coffee.

 

 
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