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View Poll Results: How do you make your coffee?
K-Cup Brewing System 57 28.93%
Drip Coffee Maker 119 60.41%
French Press 11 5.58%
Percolator 20 10.15%
Hobo Style 3 1.52%
Instant 10 5.08%
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:37 PM   #29
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We have a Black and Decker under counter unit that has gone from the Travel trailer, to the C Class and now resides in the A Class. The Commercial Bunn unit is about 3 feet from my elbow as I type. Denise and I are usually down a quart or two each morning so the Bunn home unit has us 12 cups in about 1 1/2 minutes and the B & D under counter has a timer so we wake up to fresh coffee.
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:41 PM   #30
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I voted drip, but we use a grind and brew. Nothing like the smell of fresh coffee beans being ground and then immediately brewed. We take the one from home on the road with us.
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:42 PM   #31
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The Commercial Bunn unit is about 3 feet from my elbow as I type.
If that thing is direct-plumbed, I may have to switch to you as My Idol...
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:48 PM   #32
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I voted drip, but we use a grind and brew. Nothing like the smell of fresh coffee beans being ground and then immediately brewed. We take the one from home on the road with us.
But of course, serious coffee drinkers always prefer freshly ground!

We have a Solis burr grinder with us in the MH.
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:51 PM   #33
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bunn stainles steel carafe stays hot for a long long time we use maxwell housr or dunkin donuts
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If that thing is direct-plumbed, I may have to switch to you as My Idol...
The unit is a pour into reservoir Bunn. I got it for a super deal from a guy who needed a quick and accurate repair done to his travel trailer and offered it as payment. Too good a deal to pass up.


So I guess that made your Canadian Idol came up short.


Bwahahahahaha
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The unit is a pour into reservoir Bunn. I got it for a super deal from a guy who needed a quick and accurate repair done to his travel trailer and offered it as payment. Too good a deal to pass up.


So I guess that made your Canadian Idol came up short.


Bwahahahahaha
Okay people, let's stay on topic. The OP thread concerns how one makes their coffee and types of coffeemakers.
Enough talk about Possum's Buns!
(Francesca started it!)
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I couldn't vote! At home I use the cold brew system. Less acid, less caffeine, very economical, and great taste Hourglass Coffee | Cold Brew Coffee Makers, coffee maker, Low Acid Coffee I recommend this system highly and have used it for a long time.

At work and camping I use Folgers or Kroger decaf singles.
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Okay people, let's stay on topic. The OP thread concerns how one makes their coffee and types of coffeemakers.
Enough talk about Possum's Buns!
(Francesca started it!)
But But But Francesca said I had nice Buns.
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But But But Francesca said I had nice Buns.
I'd say she idolizes them! (( )
(side view if your buns)
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We use a Hamilton Beach Brew Station. I bought a Keurig, but didn't like it, so I gave it to the DIL. We drink chocolate coffee in the late afternoon, but I like to mix it with regular coffee so the chocolate isn't too strong. The individual coffee cups made this impossible, plus I thought the K-cups were expensive. We each drink 5 to 6 cups a day - 2 morning, 2 afternoon, 2 after dinner. We take the Brew Station from the house to the RV.
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We're simple, percolater coffee for us. Small, unbreakable and does the job
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I am not a "Morning person" (me in the morning=) so copious amounts of coffee are essential for me to get my day started. I use a Mr. Coffee drip model (with built in timer) and it is over 5 years old with no problems. I have been so happy with it that I bought the same model for the MH.
Ditto; except I am a morning person and I like my Mr. Coffee, Coffee.
We use the Dunkin Doughnut Mix or Folgers.
At home or in the motorhome.
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