Coffee is that thing that you just have to love.

Especially Christians. Of course we love coffee, blogging, moleskins and announcing that we are writing books.

It’s Monday so you probably love coffee even more today.
Let me guess.
You started your day off with a cup of joe.

There are so many choices.

Starbucks. Caribou. Dunkin Donuts. Seattle’s Best. That local shop. And the list goes on.

You might have made it at your house or maybe you have that coffee shop routine every morning.

(My only hangup with Fort Collins is that it doesn’t have a drive-thru Starbucks. Boo.)

So, who makes your favorite cup?

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  • YPastor Mark Beasley

    8 o’clock…home brewed…

    • jackalopekid

      nice. have heard good things

  • cheryl derrick

    In my search for the ultimate cup of java, Borders coffee has become my favorite. Buy the books just for an excuse to go there!

    • jackalopekid

      ha. there ya go. is that seattle’s best?

  • Chrissy Morin

    I’m a Starbucks Girl! The Mayor of about 4 I think. :)

    • jackalopekid

      ha. nice. go foursquare

  • Sarah

    Some Swedish brand I picked up at a local cafe. It’s the most awesome coffee of my tongue’s life.

    • jackalopekid

      know name of it?

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  • charles ashcom

    I go with tea to start the day. Guess that makes me a heathen.

    • jackalopekid

      ha. i guess so

  • Jenn Joshua

    Dormans Coffee from Kenya. I spent 6 months this year, living there, volunteering at an orphanage. Whenever I drink my coffee, I’m reminded to pray for all those beautiful people. :)

    • jackalopekid


  • Ejswensson

    Nice photo, nice subject, it’s true, Christians love c(_) so thanks for asking. My first two cups are always homebrew unless I am on the road. But the question is still relevant: dark roast, filtered, 6 or 7 scoops to 8 c(_)

    When I go out, Starbucks is always good (and yes, I am busting thier french roast beans at home on a regular basis but I find that several of Costco’s Kirkland 40oz bags of dark, oily beans are just as good–do the Sumatran if you havent yet.

    But we go a place downtown where Sven does a wonderful cappucino on his monster la Cimbali m32 dosatron.

    Yeah, we know coffee!

    • jackalopekid

      sounds like it :)

  • Kyle Troop

    I usually brew up some 8 O’Clock Coffee or Dunkin Donuts at home in the morning. Grind up the beans and brew it not at strong as most coffee houses and then drink it black. Anywhere from half a pot to a whole pot usually does it before I head out the door.

    • jackalopekid

      wow. big coffee drinker

  • Mathias Newman

    I start my day with Starbucks. Every day. They make the best…namely because I am my own barista and make myself something once I get to work. I love Anniversary Blend with some pumpkin spice topped with whipped cream and cinnamon dolce sprinkles.

    • jackalopekid

      nice for sure

  • AmySchrockFry

    Vivace’/Italian. The.Best.Ever. And sometimes I’m fortunate enough to acquire some for home brewing. Sometimes. Dark, Smooth. Yum.

    • jackalopekid

      never had it. definitely have to try it now

  • Kimberly Sadlier

    I love Starbucks. There are quite few in the downtown Charleston area and surrounding areas. However my favorite is smack dab in the middle of it all. I love grabbing a Venti Hazelnut latte with an extra shot of espresso and walking around the city.

  • Whitt Madden

    I drink coffee all day, but for me, the best part of waking up, is Folgers in my cup.