Who loves coffee?

Arabica or Robusta?---- or instant coffee/ 3-in-1?

Single-origin or blend?

If Single origin, what region/ country?

What brand or where do you get it?

What do you use, coffeemaker, drip, french press, etc?

Black coffee? with creamer? Milk? or any other toppings?

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Me :wave:

Arabica & Arabica/Robusta mix
Single-origin
Pinas lang
Iba iba, depende san mapadpad na bayan - tagaytay, kalinga, batangas, benguet, surigao, bacolod, etc.
french press
creamer or milk, no sugar

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Nice. I prefer Arabica than Robusta.

Coffee with sugar and cinnamon (powder or syrup) naman sakin.

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Arabica.
Blended.
Iba iba. May mga coffee shop sa maginhawa. Chapter saka sa sgd. May mga pasalubong lang din na beans.
Drip frenchpress aeropress and moka
Black.

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Do you grind ba your own beans?

Yes po.

Where did you get your grinder? Nasira kasi yung grinder ko.

Sa landmark. Yung krups. May delonghi sa vertis :slight_smile:

Thanks!

I love Vietnam’s ca phe sua da, they use Robusta

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I just use blender, yung maliit na used for dry ingredients or for spices. :slight_smile:

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Nice, thanks, Natatakot kasi ako baka masira.

nope hindi yun :slight_smile:

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I think kaya naman yung blender na pang dry. Pero hindi mo ma cocontrol yung size.

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Yup, one reason din yun.

Is there a better cup of coffee than SGD coffee in teacher’s vill, in the metro?

Hmm. Hirap ng tanong. Depende kasi sa mood ng dila. Mas maraming pag pipilian ng beans sa chapter plus may option ka kung full flavor or mild nila ipreprepare. Pag mag stay ako sa shop sa sgd ako. Pero pag bibili lang ng beans. I prefer chapter.

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Saan galing beans nila?

Hopefully local. I will need to check that place out when the ECQ is lifted.

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May mga hindi local. Pero sa shop nila niroroast.

Big time. If they roast in-house.