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This thread is about coffee and things related. I wanted to make a thread that diverged from the original "caffeine and trading" thread to just focus on coffee.







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Thanks Itchy for starting this thread.

I tried this rub that uses coffee beans, which is similar to the Epicurious recipe. I was sceptical but it is really good on pan fried steak.

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have you been to any of these places? I've been to Ultimo coffee. not a bad cup of joe.

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There is a coffee roaster/manufacturer in Montecristi (near the golf course where I own some land) and I always put my windows down while driving by it, the smell is intoxicating.

I'm not a coffee drinker, but I want to be every time I pass that place.

In this picture you are seeing a Panama hat, but it should be called a Montecristi hat as they make them in Montecristi and they originated there.

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Recipe.

https://www.bulletproof.com/recipes/bulletproof-diet-recipes/bulletproof-coffee-recipe/

watch the video down the page.... you can use any coffee you like by the way.....coconut oil and Kerry Gold butter..I dont use a blender either... just a great stir with a battery operated stirrer ...Im sure his is awesome ......

Love this stuff...good for the brain.... and I would not categorize myself a coffee drinker.

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Recipe.

https://www.bulletproof.com/recipes/bulletproof-diet-recipes/bulletproof-coffee-recipe/

watch the video down the page.... you can use any coffee you like by the way.....coconut oil and Kerry Gold butter..I dont use a blender either... just a great stir with a battery operated stirrer ...Im sure his is awesome ......

Love this stuff...good for the brain.... and I would not categorize myself a coffee drinker.

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Drinking a cup of Vietnam de Lat. Good stuff. Tea and tobacco tones to it.

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have you been to any of these places? I've been to Ultimo coffee. not a bad cup of joe.

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I went to number 14 on a first date with someone I found on a dating website. She was very loud and I felt like everyone was listening to our conversation. Eventually we ended up walking around the park right next to it as she gets a "call" from her friend that needs help with something and she said "look I just don't feel a spark here, I don't think we have good chemistry,..., I have to go help my friends with something.. "

Funny thing about it was I was flirting a little bit with the barista, I'd go back and talk to her if it weren't for the commute. Coffee was decent.

I live in the suburbs outside of Philly and try to avoid the city at all costs. Finding parking sucks in Philly. When I tried to park at this location I almost got into an accident with some woman who tried to fit a truck in front of me. Honestly that event and driving through west philly put me in a bad mood and probably triggered the date to not go so well.

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I went to number 14 on a first date with someone I found on a dating website. She was very loud and I felt like everyone was listening to our conversation. Eventually we ended up walking around the park right next to it as she gets a "call" from her friend that needs help with something and she said "look I just don't feel a spark here, I don't think we have good chemistry,..., I have to go help my friends with something.. "

Funny thing about it was I was flirting a little bit with the barista, I'd go back and talk to her if it weren't for the commute. Coffee was decent.

I live in the suburbs outside of Philly and try to avoid the city at all costs. Finding parking sucks in Philly. When I tried to park at this location I almost got into an accident with some woman who tried to fit a truck in front of me. Honestly that event and driving through west philly put me in a bad mood and probably triggered the date to not go so well.

Funny story...sounds like some of my internet dates . yeah, I'm from West Chester so when I visit my folks I usually take SEPTA from the Paoli station to 30th Street to avoid the crazy traffic and drivers. Last time there, checked out some good irish bars but that is for another thread

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Funny story...sounds like some of my internet dates . yeah, I'm from West Chester so when I visit my folks I usually take SEPTA from the Paoli station to 30th Street to avoid the crazy traffic and drivers. Last time there, checked out some good irish bars but that is for another thread

Yeah I live right near that area. It's almost worth disregarding meeting women who live in the city due to the commute and the fact that half of them don't even drive. The train is the way to go for enjoying a night out in the city if you have a definitive destination and lack of designated driver. Anywhere you go that's designated for entertainment there's always an issue finding parking, even residential neighborhoods. There's been times we've parked so far from south street trying to find a spot on the weekend that we forgot where we parked and spent an hour just locating the car.


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I might have a cup or two right now


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Man Not Himself Until He Has So Much Coffee He Feels Like Hes Going To Die



VINELAND, NJSaying that he doesnt function properly unless hes completely jittery and suffering from nausea, local claims adjuster Spencer Howell told reporters Monday that hes not his normal self until he has too many cups of coffee and feels like he could die at any second. Im totally useless in the morning before Ive downed five or six cups of coffee, my forehead is drenched in sweat, and my internal organs feel like they are starting to disintegrate, said Howell, adding that only when hes consumed enough coffee so that his heart is pounding and at least one eyelid is twitching does he feel like hes operating at 100 percent. I dont know how people who dont consume an entire pot of coffee by themselves and begin suffering full-body tremors do it. Im just not me until Im plagued by painful acid reflux, excruciating headaches, and persistent concerns that I should call an ambulance immediately. Howell also told reporters that he often has trouble socializing with his coworkers outside the office unless he drinks enough whiskey to black out for the entire night.

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lately we have been making coffee using one of these pots. not difficult to use. produces a strong cup of joe . normally we use either
espresso roast or normal coffee roasted beans. We then blend with 50% hot milk. gets the morning off on the right foot..

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lately we have been making coffee using one of these pots. not difficult to use. produces a strong cup of joe . normally we use either
espresso roast or normal coffee roasted beans. We then blend with 50% hot milk. gets the morning off on the right foot..

I wonder how it works, or how easy it is to clean

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I wonder how it works, or how easy it is to clean

easy to use and clean. 3 parts: bottom is for water, a filter to hold the coffee that sits in the bottom and then screws in to the top.

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I use a french press every morning before trading.

Warm up some milk to almost a boil while the water is getting hot for the coffee, make the coffee, pour the hot milk in.

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Bringing back horrible memories of writing research papers for school at 3 in the morning.

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Bringing back horrible memories of writing research papers for school at 3 in the morning.

second that...after 7 or 8 cans of Mountain Dew!

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Once you go black.....

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Renato Bialetti, the son of the inventor of the "Moka Express" cans, who made these very popular and is actually the motive for the comic figure on every can, passed away recently. His family decided to put his ashes into a large version of one of his cans:




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Once you go black.....

Once you go black you never go back, something must be very captivating about that rumble in the jungle...

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I've used the Melitta cone method for years. Brews one cup at a time, very fast, zero cleanup. Since it's always just-brewed, it never gets stale in the pot. There is no pot.

This is how it looks, and you can see how it works: put it on top of your cup, put in a paper cone filter, add coffee, pour in hot water. Let it filter though. Done.




(This is fancier than mine, and I have seen models from other manufacturers too.)

Cleanup: dump filter, rinse cone.

They make different sizes. There's one for a "normal" cup (#2 filter). I use a big cup (about 20 ounces), and they make a larger size and larger filter (#4) for that. Filters are sold in regular grocery stores, and the cones in any place there are kitchen gadgets.

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I've used the Melitta cone method for years. Brews one cup at a time, very fast, zero cleanup. Since it's always just-brewed, it never gets stale in the pot. There is no pot.

Very Darth Vader.

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Very Darth Vader.

It's a new design. I thought that too when I went looking for a picture on the internet. The old design I have is just a cone sitting on a disk that you place on the cup.

They must not have realized the inadvertent humor with the new version, which is a bit strange.

Either one does deliver the Force, however.

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This one would be for beginners.

15 bar pressure.

You can use it with ground espresso or pads (for the lazy ones).

Reasonably good cappucino.

Does not take a lot of space.

Only comes with a single circuit.

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Alternatively after a few good trades..... you know .... life is too short to drink bad coffee.




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I also use the Melitta cone.

It's freshest cup of drip coffee ever.

Aeropress is also great for single cups, and probably a bit faster than waiting for that cone to drain out.


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for the last few months, this has been our "go to" home brew every morning. Really good flavor. we buy the whole beans, grind and brew in the Bialetti.


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My favorite coffee for the past year has been Wicked Wolf by Raven's Brew. Great level of caffeine, great taste, and from right here in Washington. Definitely a good try.

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My favorite coffee for the past year has been Wicked Wolf by Raven's Brew. Great level of caffeine, great taste, and from right here in Washington. Definitely a good try.

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I see the aeropress love. It's what really got me into coffee.

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Just got a few bags of this stuff as a gift. Very tasty. @Itchymoku , these guys are in your neck of the woods..

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Just got a few bags of this stuff as a gift. Very tasty. @Itchymoku , these guys are in your neck of the woods..

They have a few cafes in Philly I might check out one day.

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Just got a few bags of this stuff as a gift. Very tasty. @Itchymoku , these guys are in your neck of the woods..

I just found out my hippy roommate has a bag of this coffee sitting on the kitchen counter, might have to indulge. Hopefully she won't mind

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Just prepared a cup of wild kopi luwak from the Mandailing Coffee Estate in North-West Sumatra.

The coffee cherries are first eaten by the Asian palm civet (Indonesian name: luwak). Then they digest them and egest them in their feces. The droppings are then collected by Sumatran coffee farmers.




The Luwak processing reduces acidity and adds smoothness to the body of the coffee.

I do not think that it is considered haram or halal. I remember that Indonesian ulamas have repeatedl tried to ban the coffee ....


A fried of mine who had recently traveled to Indonesia brought me some ground kopi luwak. I prepared it with my Bodum coffee maker, 2 spoons per cup, water temperature a few degrees below boiling point. I drank it without adding sugar or milk to get the full taste of the coffee.

Drinking the coffee was a pleasant experience. It was a little bit softer and smoother than the filter coffee that I would usually drink.

However, I would not have identified it as kopi luwak, to me it tasted just like a good cup of coffee.



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A friend who grows some coffee (photo of some of his farm) has invited me to get involved hand picking the cherries and sorting one of the upcoming weekends.

I'm quite excited at the prospect of making my own.

I have to come up with a cool name for my own custom coffee. "UnFairtrade" is too obvious so considering "Swede Anderson" from Dead men don't wear Plaid.



Edit: Just in case you wonder what he is doing with the eggs, check this out: https://ineedcoffee.com/the-smoothest-cup-youll-ever-drink-swedish-egg-coffee/ (Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish coffee whatever.. its great)

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Ichy, this is sort of a "you're kidding, right?" sort of post.

I admit I stopped watching the video when he talked about using a laser to stimulate his brain, and he demonstrated by shining the laser at different parts of his skull to get the light into the areas of his brain underneath. I don't think the light penetrated, actually.

I do understand the coffee at 11:00 PM though. It has saved my procrastinating ass many times.

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Ichy, this is sort of a "you're kidding, right?" sort of post.

I admit I stopped watching the video when he talked about using a laser to stimulate his brain, and he demonstrated by shining the laser at different parts of his skull to get the light into the areas of his brain underneath. I don't think the light penetrated, actually.

I do understand the coffee at 11:00 PM though. It has saved my procrastinating ass many times.

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you should watch the rest of the video because it does get more interesting, especially the "IO" part where he talks about minimizing recall to near instantaneous

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you should watch the rest of the video because it does get more interesting, especially the "IO" part where he talks about minimizing recall to near instantaneous

Well, I may.

Still not sure about light going through a skull, is all.

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@Itchymoku As a kid maybe from 11 I was very interested in this stuff. We used to get Everyday Electronics and Practical Electronics magazines every month and the "Russian sleep machine", various white noise, TEMS, you name it. Some had measurable effects, some did not. I was both professor Honeydew and Beaker.

I just saw this new study yesterday:
Stimulating the brain with mild electric current can improve vision

What I do now for my trading is fairly simple. I work pretty much 14-17 hours a day, 5 days a week for the past two years and I'm maintaining my sanity if not improving.

Along with nutrition & keytones as he said (nothing fancy though its hard to get decent butter in Colombia), I just make sure I get enough oxygen sleeping. I don't snore (perhaps lightly) but I use "Breathright" strips anyway fairly often.
When I do I awake far more refreshed & using my recording Pulse-Oxymeter the difference is a clear rise of average O2 and also minimal peaks and troughs. I stay in a state of shallow breathing (interesting article) and muscle soreness etc. is minimal.

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..and giving this a try..so far so good. After we work through our first 2 lbs (about 2 weeks), we'll give the Mexican bean a try.


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I love the smell of coffee but I cannot stand the taste. People keep saying it is an acquired taste. Do I just need to drink coffee until I get used to it?

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I found out why the Swiss export so much coffee from here to back home.


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I love the smell of coffee but I cannot stand the taste. People keep saying it is an acquired taste. Do I just need to drink coffee until I get used to it?

the cold hard truth is "YES". Drink it till you are so addicted that you love it...It was a long time before I came around to the charms of a hot cup of coffee but once I did, there was no stopping!


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I love the smell of coffee but I cannot stand the taste. People keep saying it is an acquired taste. Do I just need to drink coffee until I get used to it?

Seems a bit fishy, seems like you're going for initial post count.

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Seems a bit fishy, seems like you're going for initial post count.

Indeed that is kinda obvious from @GreekStrike, probably get banned fairly soon. Better not turn up in a particular vendor thread haha.

Side note, regarding flavor. Living here in Colombia I find that I far prefer imported Brazilian roasts. They seem generally richer in flavor but lower in caffeine. I guess I should roast my own here.

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Seems a bit fishy, seems like you're going for initial post count.

He just wanted to private message which requires 5 posts. I reviewed his other posts and let it stand as-is.

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You guys are brutal. A new user can't even post to say he likes the smell of coffee without being accused of being a vendor? Get a grip.

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He just wanted to private message which requires 5 posts. I reviewed his other posts and let it stand as-is.

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That was exactly it haha. I apologize for all of the randomness.

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@TheShrike, You know perfectly well it was a be careful on my part. So less of your "you guys" please.

Clusters of non-questions (showing no regard for people who might take time to look at them), half the time that is someone banned blasting in 10 posts to get back. Why is the rule there to begin with?

I did not report but if I had seen 6-7 posts I would have thought about it. Don't know if Itchy did or Mike just saw it.

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We tend to favor sweet foods over bitter ones like coffee nowadays.

Too much sweetness everywhere.

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@TheShrike, You know perfectly well it was a be careful on my part. So less of your "you guys" please.

Clusters of non-questions (showing no regard for people who might take time to look at them), half the time that is someone banned blasting in 10 posts to get back. Why is the rule there to begin with?

I did not report but if I had seen 6-7 posts I would have thought about it. Don't know if Itchy did or Mike just saw it.


I understand the concern since I'm sure you guys get a ton of spam or self advertisers. I moderate one of the subreddits on day trading and I get a ton of people trying to promote themselves or their system. I just really wanted to pm someone asap so I could get a reply back the next time he/she logs on. One of these days I'll join the community but for now I'm focused on primarily learning.

Also I promise you I'm a legit user with nothing to sell or promote. I also have no inclination to waste time spamming a forum.

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I understand the concern since I'm sure you guys get a ton of spam or self advertisers. I moderate one of the subreddits on day trading and I get a ton of people trying to promote themselves or their system. I just really wanted to pm someone asap so I could get a reply back the next time he/she logs on. One of these days I'll join the community but for now I'm focused on primarily learning.

Also I promise you I'm a legit user with nothing to sell or promote. I also have no inclination to waste time spamming a forum.

Sometimes guys off their meds go straight for the busiest thread and us suckers branded with red get truly weird PMs.

Come to Colombia for the coffee some week

The town of Jardin is very pretty or my personal favorite Tamesis which is only just being discovered by tourists. I can recommend a local guide. See? Nice.

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not many people initially like the taste of coffee or alcohol. People usually drink them to feel the effects then over time it grows on them. For instance, I never liked ipas but since I started drinking them with friends who liked them I eventually started to enjoy the bitter taste of the hops. Coffee is just like that. Usually a little cream or sugar helps add to the complexity and makes the singular ingredient coffee more enjoyable.

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somebody should come up with an auto-aeropress. i'd buy one for $50

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somebody should come up with an auto-aeropress. i'd buy one for $50

If you put a thin coffee filter over the French press plunger, you may struggle to tell them apart as it makes the French smoother.

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If you put a thin coffee filter over the French press plunger, you may struggle to tell them apart as it makes the French smoother.

True I think. And welcome to the forum

There are some others (bit hipster gimmicy) but this does the grind also. $50.. eBay parts and maybe ask the students for the software? Fun project.


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got some nice coffee for Christmas, working our way through this one... nice mild but flavorful coffee. a nice start to the day.

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Study in the Journal of Food Science reports caffeine subdues taste buds.

Drinking coffee with your meal can make it taste less sweet. Hence the desire for ever increasingly sweeter treats.

Cup of Joe by itself has always rocked.

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1750-3841.13836/abstract

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/caffeine-sweet-foods-craving-coffee-fizzy-drinks-study-a7912171.html?amp

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Study in the Journal of Food Science reports caffeine subdues taste buds.

Drinking coffee with your meal can make it taste less sweet. Hence the desire for ever increasingly sweeter treats.

Cup of Joe by itself has always rocked.

Caffeine May Reduce Perceived Sweet Taste in Humans, Supporting Evidence That Adenosine Receptors Modulate Taste - Choo - 2017 - Journal of Food Science - Wiley Online Library

Caffeine induces cravings for sweet foods, suggests study

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I do notice that sweet foods taste twice as good when dipped into coffee so I believe there's some compensation here. I would like to know how long this lack of sweetness, or increased sweet-tooth, lasts after consuming coffee. I do notice the coffee does coat the tongue, but never noticed this reaction to sweets. However, I have been addicted to tobacco on numerous occasions and I don't necessarily recognize the lack of taste or smell. Only when I stopped after a few days I noticed my senses being restored.

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best dietary advice at 6:37 mm:ss

1-4 cups a day

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