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Canned coffee

Harry Palmer

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They taste OK, not a strong enough taste for me for everyday use but fine for out and about. At home my standard French press brew is two heaped tablespoons of Taylors Hot Lava Java per mug. If I'm in a more patient mood I'll use a Briki and make Cypriot coffee.....strong and sweet Glykos style with a glass of water on the side :)
 
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They taste OK, not a strong enough taste for me for everyday use but fine for out and about. At home my standard French press brew is two heaped tablespoons of Taylors Hot Lava Java per mug. If I'm in a more patient mood I'll use a Briki and make Cypriot coffee.....strong and sweet Glykos style with a glass of water on the side :)




I Could star to like you harry :whistle: taylors is nice... the stronger the better
 

Woodlander

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Just got back from Tesco, 200ml cans of Starbucks Doubleshot Espresso £1

11 months shelf life on the ones I bought, could be handy in your stock cupboard or in your rucksack. 98mg caffeine per can.
Better Half works for Tesco, she drinks these like they are going out of fashion.
Tried a sip of one the other day, I'm no coffee connoisseur, but definate note of freshly dug soil and a hint of mouldy cream! Not for me I'm afraid, be a Kenco rapport man myself
 

Harry Palmer

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Made a mug of Hot Lave Java at 06:30 together with a full fry up, something I don't often eat but I'm traveling a bit today so needed to stoke the boilers. Another brew shortly with a packet of Tesco Oaties and I'm off.
 
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