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Old 16 January 2014, 08:30   #21
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Old 16 January 2014, 08:54   #22
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Personally I don't like strong roast coffees. I'd rather have a medium roast and make it stronger if necessary.

By far my favourite is Kenyan (often labelled Kenyan AA). I used to buy it in Whittards until they stopped doing it (they still do Kenya Peaberry, which is also nice, but not quite as good).

Now I buy Sainsbury's fairtrade Kenyan - they do it in both beans and ground. I think the beans are a cream/orange coloured packet. Good value and tastes great - I prefer it to Jamaican Blue Mountain (which is also mild roast, but rather expensive). If you want something strong and "smoky" try Old Brown Java.

I keep my beans in the freezer and ground direct from frozen - they keep much, much better that way and seem to brew just as well.

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Eight.
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Machine no likey Percol beans.

The beans are waxy and get caught up in the hopper.
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The beans are waxy and get caught up in the hopper.
When it said to first give the beans a good grinding.......
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