This thread is for coffee lovers.
Well you will need a French Press
I have a Bodum - 8 cup
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Then a grinder
Do you like your coffee strong? Even thick? Then a french press is the way to go. French presses are used around the world and called many names such as press pot, coffee plunger, cafetiere, and coffee press. Some coffee experts claim the french press device may have started in Italy, but the people of France made it popular and hence the name stuck with them. The way they work is that a plunger is pressed down the cylinder shaped jug once the coffee grounds have brewed with the water. This style of "plunger coffee" uses a nylon mesh as the filter although you will often get sediment in your coffee adding to the stronger flavor. French press coffee doesn't last as long as traditional drip brewed coffees, so after about 20 minutes a typical 8-cup french press is done. Another important factor that we found on several coffee sites is that you should use a burr mill as your grinder and not the type with the blades. You want coarse coffee grinds for a french press so that the grinds don't get through the filter.
Then the coffee
While we were on vacation the resort had Jamaican Blue Mountain - Man that is great coffee
Best Bean Coffee
A Canadian Company is also listed quite often for their coffee - Link below
Doi Chaang Coffee - Home
Doi Chaang Coffee is available at all Save-on-Foods and London Drugs in Alberta and British Columbia
Bean Brothers Cafe in Vancouver is now selling and serving Doi Chaang Authentic Wild Civet Coffee! www.BeanBrothersCafe.com
Blue Parrot Cafe at Granville Island is now serving Doi Chaang Coffee! www.BlueParrotCoffee.com