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July 27, 2016

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Angelo

Mr. Coffee generally makes the best products at their respective price points. If you go entry level absolute cheapest----a Mr. Coffee product will generally outperform the competition. As you walk up the ladder, their features for the price are better. For the Keurig style brewers----there is a bare bones Mr. Coffee that undercuts the others by quite a bit and it makes hotter, better, fuller coffee. I currently have a great "Limited Edition" Keurig brewer that was a gift. When that conks out, it will be replaced with a Mr. Coffee version.

Angelo

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herculodge

The $25 Mr. Coffee Drip machine did make me an excellent cup of coffee.

Angelo

I've been on the Keurig kick because of how fast and convenient it is. I found "Eight O'Clock Coffee" Dark Italian Roast that is excellent for the price. I also like most of the Gevalia flavors. For basic canned coffee, I like Chock Full O'Nuts. If I just need a quick pick-up in the morning, I like most coffee. My Mom used to buy Maxwell House and I still get that once in a while too.

Angelo

I've been on the Keurig kick because of how fast and convenient it is. I found "Eight O'Clock Coffee" Dark Italian Roast that is excellent for the price. I also like most of the Gevalia flavors. For basic canned coffee, I like Chock Full O'Nuts. If I just need a quick pick-up in the morning, I like most coffee. My Mom used to buy Maxwell House and I still get that once in a while too. I drink mine black.

Ulysses

There comes a point where the "ritual" of making coffee becomes too much of a chore. I use a known good brand of ground coffee, keep it in the fridge, and make it in a cafetiere as needed. Even with automated machines, you still have bits to clean up occasionally. Maybe my coffee isn't the ultimate freshest brew I could get but it's close enough and that'll do for me.

herculodge

I like the ritual of making thick, creamy coffee. I can't drink mine black however. Too bitter.

Ulysses

Oh, I can't stand black. I don't know how people drink it down unless they're after a short, jarring and unpleasant experience. As a savourer, I like to take my time and enjoy the flavour.

herculodge

Black coffee makes me nauseous. I like it with whole milk, at the very least, and some Stevia.

Angelo

I used to take mine with cream (milk) and/or sugar, but now I prefer straight black----to really taste the variations in the different coffee beans.

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