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I grind a cup of coffee daily, not too bothered about brand but usually go for local brands and avoid the cheap store brands. Can't stand the taste of flavored coffee or creamer so I only put a bit of m.ilk in with no sugar. Currently grinding through a bag of Jumping Bean Deep Water Roast and enjoying it a lot, really liking the dark roast.

For Tea, I am far less picky about and it really depends on my mood, usually just grab whatever sounds/smells nice from DavidsTea. Currently drink their Silk Dragon Jasmine green tea in the afternoons and it's refreshing.


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SF Bay coffee pods, since I've got a Keurig. We buy big variety packs so we can pick whatever type we feel like on a given day. I love a good dark roast, and they have some really great ones.

For tea, I pretty much exclusively drink Twinings Irish Breakfast Tea, but sometimes I grab a nice chai for a change of pace.

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Maté tea in a gourd through a metal straw is something I like. I disagree with Pope Francis on most things, but Maté tea is good. I think it's ubiquitous in Argentina.
Lebanese love it, too. Adults drink the first steep (because it is stronger and more bitter), but after another steep or two, they put a little sugar and warm milk in and let the kids have that.

I recently found out I'm allergic to coffee (WTF) so I had to switch to tea. I've tried a bunch of different kinds. Had some gorgeous loose tea from Lebanon that had rose buds and other flowers mixed in with it, but you can't buy it here, but that one is my absolute favorite. So, I stick with basic Irish breakfast tea because it has the most caffeine. I switch it up with green tea and honey. I used to love a spiced tea that has cinnamon, cloves, and orange in it, but I'm also allergic to cinnamon now (again, WTF).

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Generic, drip pot hot coffee - Freshly ground of whatever at the store looks interesting.

Everyday summer: Kimbo or Café Bustelo espresso out of a bialetti , sweetened with honey and then dumped over ice water

Everyday winter: Hot Kimbo or Bustelo in milk.
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Hazelnut from Black Rifle Coffee Company.
Its pretty good, and the other half likes the fact that the company was started by veterans, and donates to military-related charities.

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I love Swiss brand lemon iced tea, but the place I live doesn't stock it. I'd much rather be a tea addict than be addicted to soda, but I really should try to kick my sugar cravings altogether.

Mooger Meng

I've never had much of a taste for coffee, despite my old roommate's best efforts to get me shored up, so I just drink black (semi-)sweet tea that I make at home. Gallon tea bags, brown sugar instead of white, and a tablespoon each of vanilla and raspberry syrups (my local stores carry Torani brand). If nothing else, it's sure as shit kept me from drinking as much cola as I used to.

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Twinning's Oolong tea is actually a delight, for a bagged tea. I also really like buttermint. My greens I keep to Celestial Seasonings though, but regular and the matcha.

For real tea my standby for the past year or so has been Vadham's imperial Himalayan white tea and I have a few greens and herbals from David's tea I need to try.


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Been making cold brew lately since it's too fucking hot even in the mornings to drink coffee. I usually use my moka pot to brew but found out that the coffee grinds I use for it work really well for cold brew. It's so fine that you don't really need to strain it after steeping. Cold brew is a lot easier to drink and less astringent than regular coffee so I highly recommend, especially if you're able to get good quality beans.


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I've been a massive tea sperg for all my life, but I'll try to contain it for this thread.

Currently though I've been enjoying the last of an aged "true" yancha that I've been hoarding, and I don't want it to go. It reminds me of dried apple chips, or even applesauce, and wood, with just a little smokiness from the charcoal roasting.

Every kind of tea can be amazing if it's of good quality. That said, I do still enjoy a standard English Breakfast tea. It's hard to go wrong there.
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