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    What a neat idea!!! (although I have to admit I am a diehard fan of letting electricity and gravity do the work for me - a press just requires too much effort ;>)

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    Quote Originally Posted by joiedwards View Post
    Grady’s Cold Brew is a New Orleans–style iced coffee concentrate that’s brewed and bottled by hand in Brooklyn, New York. I like this alot for instant gratification!
    Grady's Cold Brew
    You can also very easily cold brew some concentrate for yourself. This is what I do: Perfect Iced Coffee | The Pioneer Woman Cooks | Ree Drummond
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    Quote Originally Posted by rabergnc View Post
    What a neat idea!!! (although I have to admit I am a diehard fan of letting electricity and gravity do the work for me - a press just requires too much effort ;>)
    I'm a fan of the Barista

    I finally found a favorite coffee shop in Seattle. Java Bean

    But Seattle Coffee Works just opened up a location in Ballard, they have a slow bar that I'm pretty excited to try! Welcome to the world of coffee - Seattle Coffee Works
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    Quote Originally Posted by joiedwards View Post
    I am a coffee nerd! I looked around for a coffee kit to use on travel and at work. I found the Aeropress and like it a lot. But with all the accouterments, I needed a case! Tom Bihn to the rescue. I got a medium Knitting bag. Everything fits with room to spare. I carry:
    Aeropress (two pieces fit together), cup funnel, stir paddle, scoop spoon
    a baggie of filters
    a tea towel
    a bag of freshly ground coffee

    It unpacks like a breeze and packs in seconds. Fits in my Smart Alec, Brain Bag and Aeronaut. I can have great coffee anywhere I can get hot water!




    This is just too cool! How do you like the Aeropress?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rabergnc View Post
    What a neat idea!!! (although I have to admit I am a diehard fan of letting electricity and gravity do the work for me - a press just requires too much effort ;>)
    Go to the Sweet Maria website. They have a gravity drip thing that sits on top of your cup seems pretty small. I have no patience, i need to be able to hurry the process! SMH!
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    I replied a on page one to this question. Love it.
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    True but this is the NO style with Chicory. It is a nice occasional treat for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy View Post
    I'm a fan of the Barista

    I finally found a favorite coffee shop in Seattle. Java Bean

    But Seattle Coffee Works just opened up a location in Ballard, they have a slow bar that I'm pretty excited to try! Welcome to the world of coffee - Seattle Coffee Works
    Baristas are the coolest guys in town here. Coffee is a serious business and should always be transported in style!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leviathan View Post
    Be sure to order some beans from my favorite Portland roaster, Sterling Coffee Roasters. Their stuff is unbelievable - Sterling Coffee Roasters
    Better than Stumptown!???!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by joiedwards View Post
    I replied a on page one to this question. Love it.
    Totally glossed over that! Would you say you like it more than a french press?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy View Post
    Better than Stumptown!???!!!!!
    Without a doubt. Want some beans? I can send some up.
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    Joiedwards, could you share your Mate tea setup?

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    Stumptown rules. I will have to order some Sterling and get a taste test together.

    When I get a chance, I will post the Mate set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy View Post
    Totally glossed over that! Would you say you like it more than a french press?
    I sometimes use a French press to make a pot for the house. This makes enough for one or two cups at a time.
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    Mate kit: Gourd cup, two Bombilla metal straws, bag of Yerba Mate tea.
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