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Posted Fri Jan 8, 2010, 8:11am
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vanveen Said:

You can smoke coffee, and you can drink tobacco:

The Tobaccoccino

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It's worth highlighting this.  Interesting/amusing site, thanks for adding this (going on six years ago!).  It's worth a read if you haven't checked it out.

By the way, HAS anybody heard from the OP since he tried smoking coffee beans?

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Posted Fri Jan 8, 2010, 11:57am
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Well, I guess he didn't survive!

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Posted Fri Jan 8, 2010, 12:41pm
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Yep, nothing like digging up a golden moldy from the boards past. Six years may not be long enough for this thread to "go up in smoke" :P

 
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Posted Sat Jun 22, 2013, 7:49am
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Hello Everybody,
I'm a rookie here, but I registrated especially for this smoked coffee topic.
Well, I don't want to look like a spam/bot or anything. Just wanted to let you know, it's possible.
There's a friend of mine, who invited the method of coffee smoking, and about a week ago he started to raises money on one of the most famous campaign sites.  What do you think? Where should I post about his project?  
If you have any question, feel free to conact me, I'll send you the links and the details!
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Posted Sat Jun 22, 2013, 8:34am
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A friend of mine smoked a ham once...
And my sister was bitten by a moose.

 
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Posted Sat Jun 22, 2013, 8:35am
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Hello Everybody,
I'm a rookie here, but I registrated especially for this smoked coffee topic.
Well, I don't want to look like a spam/bot or anything. Just wanted to let you know, it's possible.
There's a friend of mine, who invited the method of coffee smoking, and about a week ago he started to raises money on one of the most famous campaign sites.  What do you think? Where should I post about his project?  
If you have any question, feel free to conact me, I'll send you the links and the details!
Cheers!
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Posted June 22, 2013 link

Personally I wouldn't mind some information on how the coffee is being smoked.  I've done it myself once and found the end result to be not that good.  I smoked the coffee after it was roasted in my BBQ.  I know some people roast coffee over wood which gives a more desirable result.

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Posted Sun Jun 23, 2013, 8:31pm
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I would not smoke coffee ground.
It is already cooked.
When you smoke tobacco, it is fresh uncooked. Cooked tobacco is ash. Would you roll up ash and smoke that? no it will not work. I would imagine a similar efect would be produced from ground coffee.

Also coffee is a bean and one does not smoke beans.
You smoke leaves so go find a coffee bush and dry the leaves out, smoke em haha

but na I would not smoke coffee. You can try it! see how you feel, see if it is nice.

 
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Posted Mon Jun 24, 2013, 12:27am
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Ccup Said:

Also coffee is a bean and one does not smoke beans.
You smoke leaves so go find a coffee bush and dry the leaves out, smoke em haha

Posted June 23, 2013 link

One could try smoking coffee cherry tea. It is simply the skins from the fruit of the coffee tree -already dried & ready to roll (Unless, of course one would prefer a bong made from an Aeropress ;-)
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Posted Mon Jun 24, 2013, 5:18am
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jamierayo Said:

One could try smoking coffee cherry tea. It is simply the skins from the fruit of the coffee tree -already dried & ready to roll (Unless, of course one would prefer a bong made from an Aeropress ;-)

Posted June 24, 2013 link

In my area of the U.S (New England Farm Country), we smoke Corn Silk, the dried stringy ends of the ears of corn.  Kind of has a tobacco taste, unlike the dried Banana skins I hear you guys smoke up in Alaska; and the silk has none of the urban legendary hallucinogenic properties of the banana skin smoking.  A possible negative in that respect, but probably healthier for ones mental state nonetheless.

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Posted Wed Jun 26, 2013, 5:29am
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Man I hope Gregg is OK.
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