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Discussion in 'Community Center' started by Monofletch, Nov 23, 2013.
Love that knife and the mug is pretty cool too.
Charles makes some cool knives and I really like this little one. It's a good size to stick in a pocket. I always thought these stoneware mugs were overpriced, but after getting one in a Secret Santa swap a couple years ago I have changed by opinion a little. They have a nice heft to them and are handmade in the US while each one is unique. The downside is if you want one in a certain color or style, it can be hard to find what you're looking for. The only other orange ones I could find had either a coffee brand that I've never tried or an Agent Orange survivor theme. Most of the companies that make them only have a few pre-made ones available to buy and if you wanted to order a certain style there is a fairly large minimum quantity.
This potbelly shape seems to help hold the heat in a little bit more than a regular mug does. Not anywhere close to one that is insulated or has a lid, though.
Our favorite coffee mugs with some homemade crackers. The chip in the dragonfly mug is from the earthquake last year that tore everything up.
On the road we both use Yeti.
This was a surprise delivery!
Thank you Spyderphreak!!
I missed this part ^^^ the first time I saw the post. Right on, @SpyderPhreak !!!
I just roasted some of the Ecuador that I posted on the last page. If it tastes as good as it smells right now, that's gonna be a pretty good deal for only 4 bucks a pound!
This Reunion might be the best coffee I have ever had!! It is wonderful!
Better than Iron Bean?
That’s a sweet fixed blade Danny. Hey John, post a pick of that Kiridashi, it’s the same maker. Suwannee River Forge makes great stuff. I just wish I wasn’t so content in the small fixed blade range. I have a Busse GW and a nice Burt Foster custom that covers everything.
On a more coffee centered note, who else enjoys Kicking horse coffee? I am really into the grizzly claw right now. Going to try 454 and kick ass next.
I have to snap pics of my mugs. I have a few favorites, as well as the souvenir collection of Deneen mugs from B&Bs and such. I guess I am a bit old fashioned in that respect. I also love getting the hand turned mugs at the renaissance festival we go to. Can’t beat them.
@dannyp I tried to get the copper San Mah best I could
Nice. I always thought that looked pretty cool. It has to be hard to get an interesting pattern on a piece that small.
I roasted some of the Honduras COMSA beans for the first time tonight. Looking forward to trying them tomorrow morning.
Didn't know if the regulars here saw this thread.
I think Black Rifle Coffee has made coffee for Emerson Knives at one point.
That wouldn't surprise me. BRCC roasts some for a local 'tactical' store that I won't mention because they do sell knives and aren't a BF dealer.
Local to us?
Just a heads up.....
Iron Bean Coffee has $10 off your order today for his wife’s birthday. If anyone wants to try it.
My order is in.
Out in St. Peters. The brand name is Liberal Tears Coffee. I didn't realize they have a separate website for that brand, but they sell it on both sites and in the store.
@dannyp - gotcha
I'll just leave this here.