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Coffee (yes I mean hunting related coffee)

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Kingcreek, May 21, 2020.

  1. Bfh_auto

    Bfh_auto Member

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    I prefer to call it concentrated coffee.;) The taste of 3 cups in one will wake you up if nothing else does.
     
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  2. Bfh_auto

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    Sugar in the raw is one of the names for it.
    It is almost the same as brown sugar. Just a little drier.
     
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  3. whm1974

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    Bummer I used up all my molasses and forgot to buy more...
     
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  4. GreenWing

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    I love coffee as much as the next guy. But after a close call in a #2 (not talking about shotgun shells) situation wearing layers and chest waders, it's an after the hunt thing for me only. My brother said he's never seen waders come off someone so fast.
     
  5. troy fairweather

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    Lol sorry that was funny, but we have all been there.
     
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  6. Armored farmer

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    The best I have found.
    If you're drinking Folgers.....treat yourself.
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    doorcountycoffee.com
     
  7. Duster340

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    I love that cup of coffee in the cabin when I'm gearing up to head out to one of my stands in the wee hours of the morning. Don't take any out with me. Just a bottle of water and few munchies. Now, that cup of coffee when I get back to the cabin after a long cold day in the stand is like nectar from the gods! Tastes even better on those days I'm fortunate enough to bag a deer!

    Be well folks
     
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  8. whughett

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    I do love strong black coffee. Not phishing here but it tickles me that people put all them additives in it and still call it coffee. Starbucks made a fortune concealing the true taste and slight bitterness of natural brewed coffee. These days I avoid the caffeine for heart reasons but relish that strong coffee flavor non the less.
     
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  9. .308 Norma

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    I couldn't agree more. And my wife, due to afib, is in the same boat you are - no caffeine. So, in order to not bother my wife, who really misses real, black coffee, I've learned to drink decaffeinated coffee with a few decaffeinated vanilla and hazelnut coffee beans mixed in. It hasn't been easy.
    However, every Wednesday afternoon at 3:00, 5 to 7 of us "old" guys from around the valley here get together down at the local diner/truck stop for a short Bible study. We call it "Coffee." And that's exactly what it is - once a week I get to have a couple of cups of real coffee. So far the virus hasn't changed that, and the diner/truck stop has good coffee too - of course it might not be as good as I think it is due to the fact I only get real coffee once a week.;)
     
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  10. Hookeye

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    I dont drink coffee.
    And dont allow smelly stuff in my hunting vehicle.
    Caffeine is by soda. Most times a Mountain Dew quickstart.
    Then its water til hunt is over.
    If I did use a groundblind Id consider a thermos of chicken noodle soup to knock off the chill later
     
  11. Bfh_auto

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    You could try barley coffee.;)
    If I didn't take coffee to the woods with me. It would be peppermint tea and honey.
     
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