Coffee Bean Vs Starbucks Reddit
I can taste the burnt beans and it is the absolute worst.
Coffee bean vs starbucks reddit. Leaving the whole specialty coffee narrative of roasting lighter behind let s stick to the grind size part. Seriously starbucks is shit. Their caramel nutty chocolate cake is your equivalent of a peanut butter chocolate cookie.
Every single time i go to starbucks which is not very often mind you and order a coffee it is so fucking strong. The local cafe next door to it was miles better then a giant multi million dollar business. I mean i tried starbucks once here and it was horrible.
Coffee noob afraid i just ruined my work s expensive coffee machine quick question so lately ive been trying to learn more about making my own coffee so i ve been using my work s machine astoria greta to do so. But if you think of starbucks as a different kind of coffee and stop measuring it by third wave standards it s really not a poor tasting cup. However this morning i was a total fucking idiot and when i went to refill the water instead of pouring the water in the bucket that is in the tank i just poured it directly into.
I hate that place with a passion. I honestly have a good 18 bags of 250g coffee beans on my shelf right now. And now that it is all trendy and crap i hate it even more.
You may prefer the whisky bar down the road but a lot of people prefer cocktails. Going to starbucks and expecting great black coffee is like going to a cocktail bar and expecting high end single malt scotch. And wanky wanky beans.
Aussie coffee wanker here and i m really curious is starbucks still the biggest thing over there or have more gourmet speciality stores opened or don t people really care. No one s right and no one s wrong. The coffee was stellar it was rich full acidic sweet and ultimately.