Coffee is my shepard;
I shall not doze.
It maketh me to wake up
To greener pastures;
It leadeth me beyond
The sleeping mattress.
It restoreth my soul.
It guides me toward
The path of consciousness
For thy name sake.
Yea, though I walk
Through the aisle in
The shadows of decafe,
test" coffee. It's a light french roast ( has the most buzz ability at Good Earth Cafe here) PLUS an extra expresso shot
Should be extra yummy and give me a turbo boost to my sleep deprived body
I remember when I was first introduced to it. I was on my first big time office job and a co worker asked if I wanted some? I was tired and needed a kick and decided, what the hell? let me try it. I mixed hot cocoa and the coffee together, added a little milk and a tad of sugar...
Starbucks coffee. About how it's watered down and tastes cheap. Well motherf***ers come to France! I can say first hand that there is a maaaajor difference in quality. It's soooooo good here. But there aren't as many as in the States.
I can't stand bad coffee. Especially watery one, tasting like dishwater. And I don't know what filter coffee is, but it's not real coffee! Also Starbucks coffee, it's just some kind of over priced coffee flavoured milk-drink.The only coffee that deserves the name of coffee: good...
I love coffee but I am too cheap to buy specialty kinds or go to Starbucks. I always buy the largest cheapest tub of coffee. In college, I started to experiment with adding things to the brew to make it taste better. My roommate and I used to dare each other to put some of the...
Remember, the woman sleeping in bed. Her man is making coffee. The aroma wakes her up with a smile. Then she's sitting in a chair enjoying a hot cup of coffee, looking like she's in a complete state of ecstasy.
That's what happens to me every morning, only, I'm imagining the...
But, have you ever thought of the 10 steps that your coffee has to pass before it gets to your taste buds?
Farmers waking up and picking up coffee berries at certain time of the day, drying of the fruit, extraction of the pulp, aging, roasting and grinding to mention a few.
The only good thing my ex-wife exposed me to was coffee. I was a tea drinker for a long time but now, all I drink is coffee. I used to love to drink a beer after work, and still do once and a while, mostly on weekends but when I need some energy, I drink coffee. I'm in my mid 40s...
I got only 3 hours of sleep last night and am still going (and still have more to do!). Who do I have to thank for my non-stop, no-sleep activity? My wonderful French roast coffee, of course!
Now, I better get back to work. I just put the percolator on the stove and am awaiting...