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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

If you have a sugar mamma/daddy, have them get you an Illy instant espresso maker for some good coffee.

It's still mind-boggling to me that coffee that good can come out of a pre-ground pod. Much better than Starbucks.

Eww...Folgers doesn't deserve to make it. I mean, there's drinkable beans from Five O'Clock and Community Coffee that won't break the bank--but Folgers? SPLORCH!

[start professional barista rant]Illy? ILLY???? You, sir, know nothing of coffee. Hands down, the best bean coming out of Italy is Manuel Caffe's Sublime bean (90% Arabica from Ethiopia, 10% Robusto from Indonesia). PERFECTLY roasted, so smooth and flavorful, even the coffee dis-liker Markurion would be crying "MAMA MIA, that'sa good coffee!".

And don't even get me started on that over-roasted stuff Starbucks calls "coffee"...[/end professional barista rant}

;)

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houstonderek wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

If you have a sugar mamma/daddy, have them get you an Illy instant espresso maker for some good coffee.

It's still mind-boggling to me that coffee that good can come out of a pre-ground pod. Much better than Starbucks.

Eww...Folgers doesn't deserve to make it. I mean, there's drinkable beans from Five O'Clock and Community Coffee that won't break the bank--but Folgers? SPLORCH!

[start professional barista rant]Illy? ILLY???? You, sir, know nothing of coffee. Hands down, the best bean coming out of Italy is Manuel Caffe's Sublime bean (90% Arabica from Ethiopia, 10% Robusto from Indonesia). PERFECTLY roasted, so smooth and flavorful, even the coffee dis-liker Markurion would be crying "MAMA MIA, that'sa good coffee!".

And don't even get me started on that over-roasted stuff Starbucks calls "coffee"...[/end professional barista rant}

;)

Yep, gotta hate the 20 Starbucks in every town (100 in every city).


flash_cxxi wrote:

I'm afraid I have to side with the Zombieman in this argument... I can't stand the taste of coffee!

I used to get my caffeine fix from 2-3 litres of Coke a day (and my wife even made me switch to Zero too), but after I had all 4 wisdom teeth out a couple of years ago, I couldn't drink it for a couple of weeks as they didn't heal properly. Imanaged to get through the withdrawal symptoms with painkillers and sleep, so I stayed off it after my gums were healed.

Fraking tea sippin' Brits. I demand we invade and force them to enjoy coffee!

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Gark the Goblin wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

If you have a sugar mamma/daddy, have them get you an Illy instant espresso maker for some good coffee.

It's still mind-boggling to me that coffee that good can come out of a pre-ground pod. Much better than Starbucks.

Eww...Folgers doesn't deserve to make it. I mean, there's drinkable beans from Five O'Clock and Community Coffee that won't break the bank--but Folgers? SPLORCH!

[start professional barista rant]Illy? ILLY???? You, sir, know nothing of coffee. Hands down, the best bean coming out of Italy is Manuel Caffe's Sublime bean (90% Arabica from Ethiopia, 10% Robusto from Indonesia). PERFECTLY roasted, so smooth and flavorful, even the coffee dis-liker Markurion would be crying "MAMA MIA, that'sa good coffee!".

And don't even get me started on that over-roasted stuff Starbucks calls "coffee"...[/end professional barista rant}

;)

Yep, gotta hate the 20 Starbucks in every town (100 in every city).

I do, with a passion. I hate even more that Starbucks customers look at me funny when I ask them if they want an espresso macchiato or a latte macchiato...

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flash_cxxi wrote:

I'm afraid I have to side with the Zombieman in this argument... I can't stand the taste of coffee!

I used to get my caffeine fix from 2-3 litres of Coke a day (and my wife even made me switch to Zero too), but after I had all 4 wisdom teeth out a couple of years ago, I couldn't drink it for a couple of weeks as they didn't heal properly. Imanaged to get through the withdrawal symptoms with painkillers and sleep, so I stayed off it after my gums were healed.

Yeah, man, coke really isn't good for you. And it costs a lot. I mean, smuggling it all the way from Columbia?

;)

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Hey now! Smuggling is a time honored profession!

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Yeah, but it's so pricey. When you illegalize stuff, people can extort as much as they want without fear of calling the lawyers. If we could grow that coke here, it'd be a lot cheaper (no money spent on bribes, skimming, or transportation).

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Gark the Goblin wrote:
Yeah, but it's so pricey. When you illegalize stuff, people can extort as much as they want without fear of calling the lawyers. If we could grow that coke here, it'd be a lot cheaper (no money spent on bribes, skimming, or transportation).

Dude, take it from me, considering all it has to go through, coke is dirt cheap. Also, there really isn't anyplace either in the US or the UK that is ideal for growing coca.

And, to counter your point, the more the U.S. spends on enforcement, the CHEAPER it gets. Funny, huh?

This is one subject where I can guarantee, without reservation, I know exactly what I'm talking about. ;)

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houstonderek wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Yeah, but it's so pricey. When you illegalize stuff, people can extort as much as they want without fear of calling the lawyers. If we could grow that coke here, it'd be a lot cheaper (no money spent on bribes, skimming, or transportation).

Dude, take it from me, considering all it has to go through, coke is dirt cheap. Also, there really isn't anyplace either in the US or the UK that is ideal for growing coca.

And, to counter your point, the more the U.S. spends on enforcement, the CHEAPER it gets. Funny, huh?

This is one subject where I can guarantee, without reservation, I know exactly what I'm talking about. ;)

This is one topic, where, completely, I have no first-hand experience. Mostly just reading and listening to the radio.

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Gark the Goblin wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
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Yeah, but it's so pricey. When you illegalize stuff, people can extort as much as they want without fear of calling the lawyers. If we could grow that coke here, it'd be a lot cheaper (no money spent on bribes, skimming, or transportation).

Dude, take it from me, considering all it has to go through, coke is dirt cheap. Also, there really isn't anyplace either in the US or the UK that is ideal for growing coca.

And, to counter your point, the more the U.S. spends on enforcement, the CHEAPER it gets. Funny, huh?

This is one subject where I can guarantee, without reservation, I know exactly what I'm talking about. ;)

This is one topic, where, completely, I have no first-hand experience. Mostly just reading and listening to the radio.

The press is clueless.

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Vice President HD wrote:
Fraking tea sippin' Brits. I demand we invade and force them to enjoy coffee!

Hey... I'm Australian! I'd help ya invade the Brits! :)

Although in saying that I do enjoy a spot of tea...


flash_cxxi wrote:
Vice President HD wrote:
Fraking tea sippin' Brits. I demand we invade and force them to enjoy coffee!

Hey... I'm Australian! I'd help ya invade the Brits! :)

Although in saying that I do enjoy a spot of tea...

Eh, Aussies are just Brits the Brits didn't want around, all being in debt and criminalizin' and stuff...

Hmmm, Aussie chicks are hot, though, and we're short on interns...


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Lord Secretary of Nature wrote:

and lest you think I overlooked the fact:

Coffee belongs to the Domain of Nature.

You just want people to think you have control over everything because it's all "nature."

They don't need to think it. It's fun when they find out as a surprise.


houstonderek wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

If you have a sugar mamma/daddy, have them get you an Illy instant espresso maker for some good coffee.

It's still mind-boggling to me that coffee that good can come out of a pre-ground pod. Much better than Starbucks.

Eww...Folgers doesn't deserve to make it. I mean, there's drinkable beans from Five O'Clock and Community Coffee that won't break the bank--but Folgers? SPLORCH!

[start professional barista rant]Illy? ILLY???? You, sir, know nothing of coffee. Hands down, the best bean coming out of Italy is Manuel Caffe's Sublime bean (90% Arabica from Ethiopia, 10% Robusto from Indonesia). PERFECTLY roasted, so smooth and flavorful, even the coffee dis-liker Markurion would be crying "MAMA MIA, that'sa good coffee!".

And don't even get me started on that over-roasted stuff Starbucks calls "coffee"...[/end professional barista rant}

;)

Oh come on. You know Illy makes a great machine. And any time instant espresso is better than freshly ground, that's something. But I never said it [their beans/blends/roasts] was the best coffee. And yeah, I miss the days of all the hippie coffee shops that have been replaced by Starbucks. The few that survived their corporate onslaught I try to support as much as possible. On the other hand, if you are careful when ordering, you can get a drinkable cup of coffee from Starbucks, unlike the basic swill available at most (non-coffee aware) businesses.

And for the record, I'll have an espresso macchiato. The wife will have a latte macchiato. Where do you work, HD?

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
....espresso macchiato.

Gesundheit!


Sorry...got a little foam on ya.

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Pretty Pattern...

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All post in the Forums are to long thread must have a point! Even if that point is pointless if you get the point I'm pointing out here, any way I should get to the point. Did I get any extra points for this pointed post about points?

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