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Your Favorite Coffee and/or Espresso

I've been using Starbuck's brand coffees and espressos forever and I was wondering what your favorite coffee/espresso  brands are... I keep hearing Dunkin Donuts has the best coffee but their shops don't do soymilk (how can that be possible?) and I've never purchased any from the store.. I'm game for any recommendations!!

I'm more of a tea person, but I do really like Trader Joe's French roast and Starbucks' holiday blend. There was another TJ's one I tried last time I was in Washington state, but I forget what it was called. xP It was something tropical-themed iirc, and it was crazy good with vanilla soymilk.

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Starbuck's Sumatra is the only coffee for me!

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Equal Exchange Breakfast Blend brewed in my French press.

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Rats...I thought this was gonna be about what we added to our coffee to make it good.  :-\ And I was gonna say saffron threads, once it's made. Really.

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Rats...I thought this was gonna be about what we added to our coffee to make it good.  :-\ And I was gonna say saffron threads, once it's made. Really.

In that vein, crushed cardamom pods!

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Trader Joe's Organic Fair Trade Cafe Pajaro (Extra Dark Roast)

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Meikmeika  - you live in Orlando, yes?  if so, check out Z's coffee.  i bought a bag of fair trade beans (i think from ethiopa?  sorry, but i can't remember the country!) at the CF earth festival at lake eola, and they'd just roasted the beans that morning....man, it was good stuff. 

z's has a cafe in the downtown library, and they're also at the florida hospital cafeteria (the 7th day adventist on north orange ave.)

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Meikmeika  - you live in Orlando, yes?  if so, check out Z's coffee.  i bought a bag of fair trade beans (i think from ethiopa?  sorry, but i can't remember the country!) at the CF earth festival at lake eola, and they'd just roasted the beans that morning....man, it was good stuff. 

z's has a cafe in the downtown library, and they're also at the florida hospital cafeteria (the 7th day adventist on north orange ave.)

Thanks so much for this!!!! I've had their food but not their coffee...

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nationally available (or at least east-coast available): another point for equal exchange. I seem to remember liking Seattle's best organic blends as well.

locally available: anything from the Roasterie (see my picture!) unfortunately it never tastes as good when I make it myself, so I end up at the cafe a lot. Sorry, I'm nowhere near Orlando.

I lovelovelove and missmissmiss Dunkin Donuts coffee. It's available in stores around here but we have no Dunkin Donuts. Then again, I don't take sort of milk/cream in regular coffee unless I'm trying to sneak in a little extra (soy/almond/etc) dairy.

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Jamaica Blue Mountain. Gold dust. The world's best. I drink it black, with a little milk on the side for afterward. You should pray when you drink that coffee.

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