Hey VASH we've got that Community Coffee here in KC. My closest grocery store to me sells 3 different varieties of that coffee. It's not bad really at all but for some reason they won't get the beans. All they have is the ground. But I've had it on a couple of occasions and it's not the worst by a long shot. Now it's not what you would get at Gloria Jean's>> but they are a gourmet coffee store.
Believe it or not I was visiting someone at a local hospital not long ago and it was late in the evening. I was tired and caved in and bought a cup out of a vending machine and I was actually pleasantly surprised. It used to be punishment to drink coffee out of those vending machines but they've gotten better believe it or not. This stuff I got a couple of weeks back was just as good as Folgers, MAxwell House or any mediocre grocery store brand. Far better than what they used to be.
I started vaping 9/15/2015 and soon after started making my own eliquids when they started to talk about banning flavors. I have 2 gallons of Nude Nicotine 100mg/ml with argon gas, split and separated in two freezers. Vape at 12mg/ml.soc_monki wrote: ↑Fri Jul 26, 2019 7:04 amI also vape my nicotine (quit smoking cigs 2 years ago) and use a bit of sugar and reeses creamer (gotta love peanut butter and chocolate!). I can drink good black coffee, but prefer having a strong coffee, with some flavoring. Still get the coffee bite, but with some goodness with it. Sumatra is our coffee of choice.
I also make my own vape juice. Can make sure my nicotine content is correct, make whatever flavor I want, etc. And it's really pretty cheap that way. Nothing better than my caffeine and nicotine in the morning!
Nescafe is usually pretty good. Of course taste is very subjective. I've been eating chocolate covered coffee beans lately.JD Spydo wrote: ↑Fri Jul 26, 2019 1:16 pmNow some of the vending machines have improved for sure. Now "INSTANT" or freezed dried are where I draw the line. I've yet to try any instant or freeze dried coffee that I've found to be drinkable. If there are any out there that have improved then by all means let me know what brands they are. But to me Instant coffee or tea are pure punishment from my experiences.
It has indeed changed>> some of it is nothing more that hyped up marketing. But there is also a better informed consumer that is demanding the good stuff. When Dunkin Donuts first came to my home town in the early 1970s I think that's when I got my very first high quality cup of coffee. Me and two of my buddies would go there at late hours of the night ( it was a 24 hour place) and we would drink that great coffee for two to three hours.
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