Hmmmm, coffee . . .

 

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Source: Ria Novosti

Category: Digital Media, Food and Drink

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6 Responses to “Coffee Guide”

  1. ComradeAnon says:

    You forgot Coffee. Full cup. Heaping tablespoon and water. Made by me. For pennies a cup. Talk about saving money!

  2. VennData says:

    Where’s the Starbucks one that’s just this side of sidewalk-grime bitter?

  3. peggysue says:

    Got to hand it to Starbucks!
    Created world wide demand for items with relatively low costs but huge potential for upside margins.
    Was it Starbucks marketing genius or sheeples need for “custom” products and a few moments of barista attention? Adding the drive thru to stores allowed the sheeples to have the magical moments in the privacy of their personal autos.

    Peggy

  4. Joe says:

    Can you still get coffee in a flimsy corregated paper cup from a vending machine?

    Business Insider had a riff on French Press coffee that was really nice. I don’t mind the fp silt, the wife does. The info inna article made fp coffee acceptable to her.

  5. SomeGuyNamedDave says:

    My long running favorite comes from some Puerto Rican friends, the Cortado. Equal parts espresso and frothed milk, served in short glass (in my Brooklyn neighborhood).