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Old 11-10-2010, 11:24 AM   #1
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Folgers Coffee

CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHY FOLGERS COFFEE GROWS THIER COFFEE IN THE MOUNTAINS ???
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Sure. Because the "Green Jiant" does his peaing in the valley.
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Folgers French Roast is the best. Try it !
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We've started buying the 3-lb bags of whole bean coffee from Costco. I've always ground the coffee (maybe 2 days worth at a time) and the Costco beans work out about $4 a pound, compared to $9 or more at the grocery store.

Their San Francisco French Roast is excellent, to my taste.
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We like Folger's Bold Java if you can find it.
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