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I've had 2 servings
...... of Starbucks.
First one about 9 years ago. I think it was a Latte. (?sp))
Second one 6 years. Cappuccino.
Nice, but I didn't think worth the price.
I really like coffee, and drink it black.
with you on that
it is good but over-priced. I will drink it if someone buys it for me. I am easily bought.
I never routinely buy coffee out. my morning friend, 8 o'clock, french roast, whole bean with caffeine.
when it is on sale; I could drink for 3 months at starbucks with the savings.
I just get coffee at work for free
my work has one of those "coin operated" machines set to give for free
it does hot coco so i NEVER drink coffee
I learned by having a mall coffee from
a competitor; it was just as good and cheaper.
Not employed by them, but Folger's has upgraded. They have a premium grade with several varieties. We tried it on introductory sale and it was as good as any I've had. We got several cans at $5; it's now about double that.
wasn't that from a Mel Brooks movie?
Could be. He had no respect for fanatics. :-)
I like McDonald's coffee or Biscuitville's dark roast.
At home, we like Folger's Columbian.
Given my druthers
I'll take Columbian, too.
Somewhere I heard it naturally has less caffeine. Don't know if that is true or not.
But for me, it always tastes good!
I buy whichever one is on sale.
Hmmm....not exactly on every street corner in these parts. How far do we need to drive to get a cup?
Looks like maybe just in NC and VA.
I recall you're in Ohio? You might have to come a ways! I'll save ya a seat.
Carolinas? That means
Dr. Bill will be checking in with a coffee health warning, no doubt.
Wow! and they have a web site too.
My wife and I will get packed up but, with gasoline prices as they are, this better be one fine cup of coffee. See you there. I'll be the one without overalls.
Of the new ones, the Colombian is
probably at the weak end of the spectrum for my taste, but it's still very good. We also got the French Roast and the Black Silk. That one will have the highest price regularly.
According to the little meter on the side of the can, the Columbian should be about the same as the French roast. We like the darker coffees, but they don't seem to carry the darker ones at the store I frequent. Have not even seen the Black Silk here. I'll have to search.