Sunday morning coffee

For some of us…
For the rest, sleep well and tight!

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Looks like a very strong coffee too! :smile:

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Is it your yard? I like it.

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I wish it was still green and warm here. :frowning2:

I also had my Sunday afternoon coffee, I think we are going to have a good winter, snow and freezing.

I need coffee but its day lights saving time and the coffee place doesn’t open for 3 hours

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Einstein’s coffee… passes my test :heavy_check_mark:

hazelnut/vanilla?

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Cinnamon. Speciality Christmas flavor. Really good :thumbsup: if they have it at your einstiens I highly recommend :grin:

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Turkish coffee…my favourite. It hits you right in the brain :smiley:

@mjseu my grandma’s yard

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How is it made? I thought it was French press judging how thick and creamy it looked :eyes:

not trying to be the Grinch who Stole Christmas, but it’s too early for all the holiday themed drinks, imo.

but i will check out their Cinammon coffee, thanks for the tip, chew

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  1. You need a coffee powder
  2. You need ‘ibrik’ or something that simulates it
  3. Sip two spoons of coffee powder for each cup of coffee into ‘ibrik’
  4. Add boiled water almost to the top
  5. Wait till it boils once more or when a little bubbles are shown. (:
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How nifty

my roommates French press

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Lol I’m like in 15 century’s mode and that thing is a future

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In the uk we call that a cafetière - they make strong coffee.

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Do you guys have a nesscaffee?

if ur asking us Americans, yes. I personally use Keurig

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We have Nescafé in the uk.

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Keurigg, never heard.
Nescaffe is my second choice and third is machiatto or capuccino.
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