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    Is there really any other than "Baileys"?

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    Unfortunately Brian... There is... And you really don't want to run across it....

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    Yeah, low and behold the most vile Irish Cream on the face of the planet...

    I really really really really REGRET letting someone put that in my gourmet coffee... It is Bailey's or bust.. I'd rather go without than put any other of these "sour creams" in my coffee again.. It was like... I don't know how to even explain it.. Like a synthetic taste, almost like if you put new fabric in your mouth.... You know like table cloth fabric brand new, got that chemical type smell to it? Well imagine the taste and that's what it was...

    Never again.... Never again...

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    I don't know whether this is nice or not, but better try.
    put coffee powder into the pot of water to cook it over the fire, allow it to boil and then drink slowly and feel the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeBeanMaker View Post
    I don't know whether this is nice or not, but better try.
    put coffee powder into the pot of water to cook it over the fire, allow it to boil and then drink slowly and feel the difference.
    Just a question... What does this have to do with coffee creamer? I don't see coffee creamer mentioned anywhere in what you just wrote...

    Also, are you talking about instant coffee, or are you talking about ground coffee? difference you know I mean boiling instant coffee, sounds kind of nasty...

    And if you don't know if it's good or not, why have us try it? Try it out on yourself first and then post your findings

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    I here in VietNamese and i agree with you, i like Irish cream too

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    I think CoffeeBeanMaker is showing his/her age. 40 to 50 years ago thats how most people made their coffee. Put a few scoops of coffee into a pot and bring to a boil over a flame or stove and then drink the ensuing sludge that people called coffee. Gladly, we have come a long way since then.
    Brian

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    Believe it or not, there are still some people who make their coffee that way.

    However, when I read that people use "coffee powder" I always wonder if they are referring to instant coffee granuals.

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    He could be referring to Turkish or Greek coffee....baby powder fine ground coffee. You heat it to a slow boil 3 times then drink very slowly. I love the stuff!!
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    Quote Originally Posted by topher View Post
    He could be referring to Turkish or Greek coffee....baby powder fine ground coffee. You heat it to a slow boil 3 times then drink very slowly. I love the stuff!!
    Never tried it. How's the flavor differ?

    Also, you bring it to a boil 3 times, but do you let it cool off till it's room temperature in between? (sounds like a stupid question...) I tend to drink most coffee slow, since I worked out that my breaks were controlled by our coffee, the boss made the mistake of telling us we could finish our coffee before getting back to work LOL

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    The flavor is different and hard to describe. Not sure if it is cooled to room temperature. Have only tried it a few times and was not privy to the brewing process. I just remeber that alot of sugar was involved and I am not a coffee with sugar person, even tho I do enjoy iced capps which are loaded with sweetner.
    Brian

 

 
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