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I’m drinking some Toxic Sludge (Caramel Biscotti) Flavoured Coffee from Deadly Grounds Canada…

Vaping on a little mix with some maple in the DotMod AIO, what about you guys!?

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Folger’s don’t count

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:rofl::rofl::rofl::star_struck:

I was drinking Verona but now I am drinking La-Croix of which I am attempting to acquire a taste for and vaping the Asvape Micro with a commercial juice called get your kicks by Route 66. I heard it was a good bubblegum flavor but it has a chemical flavor that I was hoping would steep out which it hasn’t as of yet. This liquid actually benefits from a breathe.

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La-Croix tastes like when your foot is asleep

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That’s it EXACTLY. I have been trying to put it into words… Thank you. Now all I have to do is pretend that I like it until I actually do like it. Though, I am gonna get a CO2 cartridge and the parts I need, so that I can make my own carbonated water drink and add my own flavors of which I have quite a few. Now I might know what to do with the ones I don’t use.

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I have been Vaping synthetic marijuana (Spice) But I had to stop shortly after I had respiratory failure and started having seizures.
I do like a strong cup of Black coffee, Folgers is my Jam.

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https://www.sodastream.ca/en/index.php

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My first choice…

One of my favs…

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That Kona coffee is supposed to be really good, brother swears by it

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I am assuming this is a Joke. Right? In my mind you said that totally deadpan. Then I look at you to see if you are cracking a smile.

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Yes joking :trophy: Joel has that effect on me. I don’t know why?

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@SessionDrummer do you drink this coffee? I am so jelly. I can’t afford to try different coffees like that. Oh well, I am still able to drink what I like.

This tactical troop transport turned coffee shop is totally bad @$$

OMG!!! I LOVE THE SH!T OUT OF THIS COMPANY. I AM GONNA DO WHATEVER I CAN TO GET ME SOME OF THIS BAD ASS COFFEE FROM THESE BAD ASS AMERICAN FREEDOM FIGHTERS!!!

Seriously though. Love this video here. Never had such a man crush before. :heart_eyes:

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Lets not forget that I am a CHEAPSKATE capitalized. The way I want to do it will be cheaper and better. As in I can get 4 times more than the soda stream and more bubbles too.

Thanks for the link broham. @Joel You DA Man. :sunglasses:

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If you’re such a cheapskate, this may be something for you :wink:

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@Dan_the_Man Yes I do !!! I was fortunate to meet up with a USMC IT specialist who hooked me up with a “go bag” of them. Yes, they ARE that good. Semper Fi out to her for that.

As a back up, have had pretty good luck with these…

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I think that when it comes to coffee, brand is less important than being able to buy whole beans. I bought a $15 coffee grinder 4 years ago and it still works, and here lately I’ve been drinking meijer brand coffee (organic cause it’s on sale).

I drink 3-4 cups a day, and my love for coffee is why I mostly vape non-fruity custards and bakeries. When I first started vaping I bought a handful of flavors and discovered that fruity flavors taste like hay if I’m vaping between sips of coffee, but custard is a compliment to coffee.

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Yes, Fresh, fresh, FRESH is the best way (and the grind too) to a great cup.

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The final result of your cup doesn’t just depend on the beans, the grind is just as important. The least important factor is probably the device you use to brew your cup. You can make a proper, good tasting coffee from cheap beans and you can completely ruin a cup of the highest quality beans by not grinding them in the proper way.
If you have a cheap grinder, the coffee granules are not going to be consistent. Having both very fine and coarse ground coffee granules doesn’t allow even extraction while brewing. Both over- and under-extraction are going to influence the taste of your cup in a negative way. It is well worth spending a little bit of money on a good burr grinder. Blade grinders should be avoided at all costs.

Not only do you need a consistent grinder, but your grind settings should be properly set for the type of coffee you are making. Espresso needs a very fine grind, filter coffee needs a medium coarse grind and a French press needs a proper coarse grind. There’s a reason why a good barista calibrates his grinder 2-3 times a day.

(sorry, passionate coffee addict talking here)

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@Suomynona never apologize when talking coffee !

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