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  1. #21
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    My go to mug is a 10oz d'ANCAP ceramic... Nice thick walls and small enough so that coffee doesn't get overly cold during the process...

    I prefer coffee black... ~125F... Medium to light roast so the complexities of the coffee are not masked...

    As far as varietal and flavor profile, that changes depending on time of day... I like a more carmel/chocolate profiled cup in the morning and a fruitier cup in the afternoon/evening...

    Favorite espresso based beverage is a traditional 6oz cappuccino...

    Cheers!
    Chris Zimmerman
    Co-Owner/Operator Ellipsis Coffeehouse

  2. #22
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    I like the good ol ceramic mug with paper/cardboard a close second. For me...anything from a metal (sometimes plastic)mug alters the taste of the coffee.

    I like my my coffee with some milk (2%\whole), once in a while straight black pending what I'm drinking..

  3. #23
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    I like the have options & control over in creating my perfect cup of coffee so we created Immerset. An invention that combines both French Press & Pour Over. You have control over grind density, immersion time and flow.

  4. #24
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    I use a ceramic mug. Maybe the color of the mug would have an impact on the experience.

  5. #25
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    A big 30oz ceramic mug.

  6. #26
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    Smallest cup possible. usually an expresso one, even if I have to keep filling it up.

  7. #27
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    I love it best out of a glass

  8. #28
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    I have an old-logo Intelligentsia mug that I've had for years... that's my go-to mug.

    I also have a fun Canon coffee tumbler, as I'm a photo hobbyist as well - The Photojojo Store ? the Most Awesome Photo Gifts and Gear for Photographers
    You get some fun looks sometimes with that mug!

  9. #29
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    Unlike wine glasses where there are very specific glasses for the various types of wines, I don't think it makes a difference whether you drink your coffee from a mug, cup or glass fruit jar.

  10. #30
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    A premium Full City Roast, Black!
    Bone China Coffee Mug at home.
    Paper cup on the road.
    Never more then 10 oz. per cup.

    That's how I like it.

 

 
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