I am somewhat of a coffee drinker. I enjoy at least one very large (one and a half pint Disney mug) of strong coffee a day and it has done me no harm at all. In factimondo other than a now persistent twitch and lack of sleep for 13 days coupled with incontinence flatulence and brown teeth I have never felt better. Initially I brewed coffee in a smashing Morhpy Richards Coffee machine but that eventually died and I broke a glass carafe or two along the way causing cuts to my feet in the kitchen and trails of blood up my back passage. Then in my support of all things charity (apart from that Lenny Henry or scruff sweary bloke Geldof) I purchased in a well stocked charity shop a smashing expresso steamer type coffee machine. This was all twisty handles and hissy brewing it made me feel like an Italian I can tell you (and so can Toni the bloke on the Delicatessen at Waitrose). Eventually that fancy machine I had battered the old charity shop ladies down to Â£5.00 for (in case it was wired up wrong) blew up causing me mild facial burns (for some reason I was wearing sunglasses whilst brewing this in the kitchen so was not blinded (this dear readers is one of the only true bits of this story). I then went over to brewing my coffee with a cafetiere plunge thing and although Finnish research reveals these things can cause high blood pressure heart attacks and eventual death I have never looked back. In fact my blood pressure is now quite low. Now onto what type of coffee to put in the things. I favour strong Colombian coffee because I really fancy their women all dark hair and black eyes and stuff. However.... I have also liked an Australian Skyberry blend that Sainsbury's do. Unfortunately it is a bit pricey and being a tight arse I don't purchase it often. I've done the Taylors range, "Imperial Blend" because I'm patriotic and hate Johnny Foreigner (apart from their coffee and women) and "Lazy Sunday" because I am lazy, I am a son and mostly because there is always a "day" in the week. I now favour Asda's own strong filter coffee (in a dark brown packet*) this is good value strong and excellent. So.......the point of this post is not to waffle about my needs and wants.....it is about COFFEE and asking any other coffee fans to post their preferences. *I hate Gordon Brown, did I mention that? Although in fairness he has recently secured a good coffee deal with the Libyan manager of Starbucks. In this picture they are both silently farting whilst shaking and securing the deal. Well in Gordon's case his was silent as normal.