I use a regular coffee maker with a paper filter. Apparently paper filters are better health wise than other methods. Occasionally French Pressed as well.
Organic French Roast, the brand is whatever is on sale at the moment so roughly $9 a pound. Black is the only way. An 8 cup pot a day.
i really dont get perculated coffee it's the most feral form of coffee on the planet .. plunger (french press) coffee isn't much better it really is a step down from instant ..
I'll have to disagree there. Case in point: the rented coffee machine at work.
Its filled with 2 containers. One with milk and the other is coffee in liquid paste form. Add water and voila! You just made diarrhea with a coffee aftertaste.
A percolator fits well into the workflow of not being to busy too press a button, but too busy to use a french press. Plus, multiple people have to drink coffee.
Hooked an Java Boungie at the moment... Smooth like it already has a lump of sugar and strong enough to wake up bass players.