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Old 07-18-2011, 09:44 AM
 
Location: Charlotte county, Florida
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Awesome, will try this today!!
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Old 07-19-2011, 02:17 PM
 
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I have made this off and on and its great and quick but
I drink to much and get to much caffeine
I just got home from work and put another two-gallon batch in the refrigerator to steep. Will strain it tonight and then, tomorrow, I'll have a fresh batch to help me get through 100+ degree temps!
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Old 07-25-2011, 02:54 AM
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Location: Houston
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Hum... that does sound good and perfect for our hot summer weather. Although, I sure don't need more caffeine these days. LOL, just last week, my body broke out in hives due to too much caffeine from coffee, tea and chocolate!

Hey ElNina, if you want a good cup of coffee, go back to the old time and get yourself a coffee percolator if you haven't done so. Not growing up in this country, I never knew about them. A few months ago, I was looking online for another machine to replace my dying dripper. I came across some information about coffee percolators. I purchased an electric coffee percolator on eBay and made the best coffee ever since. It made smooth tasteful coffee from just the Walmart coffee brand. Not only it makes good coffee but I don't need to use as much coffee grounds neither. I'd never go back to the drippers. Never know what sort of plastic substance disolves along inside the drippers. YUK!

I even purchased a stainless steel stovetop one in case of power outage. I tell you, if a hurricane hit again and we have power outage, I'd be ready for some good coffee this time. We had instant coffee during Ike . It was ok but this time, it will be much better with a coffee percolator. I'd be the envious of my neighbors when I brew it on the camping stove. LOL, I have a feeling they'd come over and visit with a mug in their hands . The fragrant is sure irresistible!
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