Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by key001, Oct 19, 2012.
More Earl Grey. Re-stocked on tea last week so i'm back to drinking a lot of the stuff.
Cup of Green tea infused with Blueberry, and a little Stevia.
Based on the 2 above responses in before thread close... My worst trick or treat gift - (HT did you ever live in PA ?)
Someone gave me a halloween bag of pebbles --- not the cereal, actual small rocks when I was about 12 years old
Red Bull sugar free 24oz. yummy
Coffee. With creamer.
You're doing it wrong.
Give him time...he'll learn...seems to be a pretty smart young man in all the other respects...
Lol. Just tried iced coffee (or "blended coffee" as Java City calls it) and it was terrible. Still sticking to the trusty Keurig (and vanilla creamer) >.>
Keurig? No wonder you're dumping creamer in that mug...
I'd confess to things that I've never done after one cup of *anything* that comes out of those machines...just to be spared from the next one...
But to each his/hers own...I'm just someone who's been brought up on Turkish coffee and espresso, and remain loyal to them to this day...
Coffee confession. I prefer cream and sugar with my morning coffee. Peet's coffee is my favorite, full body rich and smooth. Peet's Coffee & Tea
Grind mine to a course sand consistency and use a french press. A quick stir and let stand for three to four minutes. One level teaspoon of raw sugar and some heavy whipping cream.
A decent espresso? Not in my town. Love the natural creaminess of a well made espresso but average just doesn't cut it. I miss having many espresso breaks with my Italian friend in the financial district of Los Angeles. Sipping espresso in fancy suits as the LA women roll by. I'm really surprised so many in this crowd like their coffee black. I can and do drink it black as well, just never my first cup of the day.
As for tea, I currently have a $288 dollar a pound tea in the house right now. Precious Xihu Drangon's Well.
Sounds crazy but for $20 of it, I have the experience of trying it. Very earthy in taste. I like my Oolong and Jasmine teas as well.
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