The rest of your rant is unfounded, though. Better coffees are worth the test. Different regions and varieties make a difference. I, for instance, am a huge fan of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe or Sumatran varieties (medium-dark) made in a Moka pot. Different preparation methods make a difference too. If you’re drinking Folgers from a drip maker then, yeah, it’s gonna smell pretty good but tastes like ass. But Folgers in a Moka pot will taste different (probably better, but I am biased towards that process).
If you’re curious, you can go to a good coffee shop and spend a few bucks. The difference is really pronounced. Of course, you may still not like it, but it will definitely be worth the try if you want to know. Coffee that most people brew at home or buy ranges from bad to acceptable in my opinion. And if you don’t, you add milk or creamer, which just makes it slightly bitter but still not good. And for those who add sugar, it gets too sweet for there to be a real taste.
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