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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    For all those who wish to share in the experience of Weasel sick coffee, it's available here Weasel Coffee

    Get those orders in
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    "Sorry, this product is not available."

    Damn my inattentive eyes!!!

    (I go find a REAL coffee seller.)
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Okay these seem to stock it (amongst what can only be described as similarly themed snacks) [url=http://www.lazyboneuk.com/store/pro501.html]Edible Stuff from
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Well Xander, at least you're not eating sheep shit.

    Please tell me you're not eating sheep shit!
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    Well Xander, at least you're not eating sheep shit.

    Please tell me you're not eating sheep shit!
    No I'm from the east side. That's west side maaan!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Sweet Tea! Yummy. Considering soda is also just sugar water and a Type II Diabetes in a bottle, I prefer sweet tea.

    The McDonald's in some regions will sell it.

    I like tea as well as coffee. I drink my coffee black now, after discovering that decent coffee doesn't need to be masked. Tea, I prefer with lots of milk and honey.

    I drink iced tea. Matcha sweet tea is HEAVENLY. Pure sugar. Peet's Coffee has an okay sweet green tea slushie, but I prefer the real deal. Also, adding mashed fruit like peaches to a container of iced tea in the fridge is also HEAVENLY.

    Cooler drinks are easier to drink than hotter. Hot tea to me is more ritualized, you're meant to savor it with snackies and a friend. I just imagine sitting by the window on a drizzly afternoon wearing a sweater and warming up with tea. Blame it on watching too much tv and commercials. But tea that's not that hot and especially iced tea is a substitute for water and you can chug it down!

    Also, I know this may veer on sounding a little too scatalogical, but you are what you eat and I prefer the idea of drinking something aromatic and sweet rather than acidic and sharp. I mean, they do say vegans smell better. I always wonder if you drink a gallon of rose hips tea every day if you'll start smelling like roses!

    And does bubble tea count? Because I definitely drink that!
    Hah, the cultural differences are amusing. I once had sweet tea in the south and I felt like I wanted to brush my teeth with a Brillo pad. I don't think I'd ever have it again. I like a big glass of unsweetened iced tea with half a pack of Splenda and maybe a slice of orange if I have it around. Mmmm.

    And bubble tea...I tried that once before I knew that the balls were made of tapioca. The texture was so strange, and when combined with my ignorance of what they were made of, I allowed myself to imagine that they were eyeballs. Needless to say, I don't think I'll be drinking bubble tea anymore either!

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    ...back to coffee.

    How about this :


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    Quote Originally Posted by AllAboutSoul View Post
    Yep, black's the only way to go. And...buy a Bunn.
    Bunn, the only coffee maker I will buy. The one I have is 10 years old and still going strong. A carafe of coffee is ready in 3 minutes. No setting it up with a timer, just set up the filter and pour in the water. I know some coffee officianados will tell you that the water is stale, but to me it is hot and fresh. Oh, and I put the half and half or the chocolate raspberry creamer in last.
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    I like to French Press my caffeinated hot beverages. I feel so continental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWarner View Post
    And bubble tea...I tried that once before I knew that the balls were made of tapioca. The texture was so strange, and when combined with my ignorance of what they were made of, I allowed myself to imagine that they were eyeballs. Needless to say, I don't think I'll be drinking bubble tea anymore either!
    No bubble tea in a city that may arguably have the most and tastiest bubble teas outside of Hong Kong. Tsk, tsk.

    I used to like bubble tea until I tasted a lot of really bad ones. Chalky or just off tasting. At one whole foods Chinese market, the tapioca balls were 'hand made' which basically meant misshapen hard lumps. Blech.

    You should try those tasty colorful Vietnamese drinks. The tapioca in some of those is shredded so cannot remind you of any body parts.

    And you can try Vietnamese caphe (that's coffee). Nice and strong and sweet, like most hybrid Asian coffees. Condensed milk, it's good for ya!

    See, I turned the post around! It's relevant.

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