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    Coffee filters - do Big C or Tescos sell 'em?

    Or will I have to go to BKK? If you can get them in at the above stores which section are they usually in?

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    Lotus here in Korat has them in the coffee section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buad hai View Post
    Lotus here in Korat has them in the coffee section.
    Wicked. Korat is as banok as you can get so if they've got 'em there Nakon Pathom will have them for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buad hai
    Lotus here in Korat has them in the coffee section.
    Ditto for Phrae so you must have them in Mad_dogburi

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    just use a perforied can and a piece of blotting paper

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    Don't listen to him, not all of us germans are that uncivilized.

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    @Fabian

    that was the first Coffeefilter from Mrs. Melitta Bentz

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    We got em in the coffee section here at our Lotus.

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    Yes.
    Section 3.

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    ^ Which aisle?

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    Don't you drink TEA, MTD?

    I didn't think that you folks drank coffee.

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    This is the kind of riveting, out-there, cut-and-thrust, on the edge information that has made this forum what it is today.

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    don't use filters, they lose half the taste of the coffee

    use those Italian Mocha Express pots, the ones that screw together

    wunnerful aint it DrBob

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    Don't you drink TEA, MTD?

    I didn't think that you folks drank coffee.
    I drink both as Johnny Foreigner wouldn't know a good cuppa cha if it bit him on the arse, so I sometimes I have no option but to drink coffee.

    Best coffee I've had is either in Austria or Vietnam.

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    Yea, I liked the coffee in NAM, had a cup with 2 fresh French baggettes every morning right after my wakeup hummer from my little Mi Lei, cept out in the brush when we just woke up, brushed the bugs off our cloths and ate a ham & scrabmled and an instant coffee MRE. Later in the day we would eat a Ham & motherfuckers.
    Damn them was the good ol days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    Yea, I liked the coffee in NAM, .......

    and an instant coffee MRE.
    I thought you said you drank coffee, not that instant stuff

    Viet coffee is excellent, as is coffee from Indonesia (Sulawesi especially Toraja)

    Thai coffee is impoving quickly and fresh Arabica is great

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    Yea, I liked the coffee in NAM, had a cup with 2 fresh French baggettes every morning right after my wakeup hummer from my little Mi Lei, cept out in the brush when we just woke up, brushed the bugs off our cloths and ate a ham & scrabmled and an instant coffee MRE. Later in the day we would eat a Ham & motherfuckers.
    Damn them was the good ol days.
    Some of this I understand BG, I mean by baggettes you mean baguettes right?
    What is a wake up hummer ?
    scrabmled ?
    Ham and motherfuckers ?
    I thought you only had sex with your sisters?

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    I think from your reply that you have never done any miliyary service or been around where you had to eat field rats [rations].

    Damn hard to put a cup of coffee in a MRE,, breakfast I liked the Ham & scrambled eggs best,, for supper the Ham & lima beans [Ham and motherfuckers] were OK. Didn't care for the Beef and Beans, to fukin greasy. LRP rats were the best [freeze dried packets of food] but even for us they were hard to get, but easier to pack around.
    Had a little fuel pellet [or took some of the explosive out of a claymore] that you lit and heated water for your coffee in your mess cup.

    And if you have a good wife when you were home, she would wake you with a hummer, put you to sleep with one if she were really cool too.

    Your sisters too if I see em.

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