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Enamel cups can be found in antique stores. They range in price from five dollars to thirty dollars. Rare ones are those that are a unique color like brown or gray. Most enamel cups are white with a blue, green or red trim or just plain white. Blue is a common color also. Enamel cups are not as old as tin cups, but they have been being made for about fifty to sixty years. Enamel cups have been around since World War I and are still being reproduced today in a variety of colors. A reproduction of an enamel cup can be acquired for about five dollars.
Everyone needs to have his or her own identity when drinking coffee. Cat people have cat cups, etc. you need just right cup for drinkin’ coffee. A decent coffee cup size should be in 12 – 16 oz. region because a small cup does not quite get it. It needs to be bigger.
. How you drink it is up to you. Be sure you have good quality Arabica beans and that water is at just right temperature. Coffee should never touch boilin’ water.
Coach and Paula McCoach have been serving coffee in field to America’s reenactors since 1997. Cups of coffee made with their special coffee makin’ technique, Open-Pot Brewin’ have been enjoyed by thousands Coach’s Coffee is creator of many blends and coffee enjoyin’ techniques.
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Coach and Paula McCoach have been serving coffee in the field to America's reenactors since 1997. Cups of coffee made with their special coffee makin' technique, Open-Pot Brewin' have been enjoyed by thousands Coach's Coffee is the creator of many blends and coffee enjoyin' techniques