Dunkin Donuts blend?
Posted on 09/05/2015 1:52 PM
Joined: October 24, 2005
DD is not bad at all though on the West Coast they are not expensive compared to other "top" brands and I use that term with some regret...
admittedly DD has or sends out their sales force to make sure beans are not too old.
though I have seen their beans roasted on June 1, 2015 and good until April 2018...
yes, this remark is from a coffee roaster who does hit the local, only when on the road, gas station for cup of something...
so far AM/PM beats the others...
Posted on 09/05/2015 2:30 PM
1 1/2 Pounder
Joined: November 06, 2013
I will be the first to admit that when traveling I WILL take an empty thermos into DD or Micky D's and have them fill it up.
I will also bury the coffee with milk and sugar. Milk and sugar makes even mud drinkable.
FYI Micky D will fill a thermos for the price of a large coffee. Not a bad deal at all AFIK
NOTHING beats an endless thermos of hot coffee on a LONG (12 hour) drive.
edit, quote not necessary...
Edited by ginny on 09/05/2015 2:59 PM
Mick - "Drinking in life one cup at a time"
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