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fav coffie or tea

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Coffie Crave, Sep 16, 2003.

  1. Coffie Crave

    Coffie Crave 12oz Senior Member

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    fav coffie or tea

    Discussion started by Coffie Crave - Sep 16, 2003

    ok ok ok, you all knew this was comeing, So whats your fav coffie or tea...?

    tea- redrose

    coffie- any kind...but french is the best !!!
     
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  2. --zeSto--

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    --zeSto-- - Replied Sep 16, 2003

    tea - jasmine or china black

    coffee - you talking bean roast or grind?

    I'm a big fan of the Marseille French Roast but I also enjoy a nice
    Coloumbian Arabica drip brewed. My ideal would be Jamaican Blue
    served in a turkish pot or maybe just one of those perfect red shots
    of espresso with an equal amount of hot water. Yum!
     
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  3. imported_Tesseract - Replied Sep 16, 2003

    Tea- Earl Grey.

    i dont drink coffee
     
  4. i11igul

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    tea- i like green and earl grey for hot tease and regular sweet for iced tea.

    coffe- godiva makes good coffe
     
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  5. Pilau Hands

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    Pilau Hands - Replied Sep 16, 2003

    tea - i love tea. it's slept on. a good hot cup of tea does the body good, but i'm far from a connoisseur. most days in the winter i just grab a small cupof Lipton brisk from the vendor: milk, two sugars. The trendy Republic of Tea makes some great flavors. I've had blackberry, chamomile lemon, grapefruit, and many more. A good cup of green tea is underrated. There are so many kinds of green tea though, it's hard to say just "green tea" anymore.

    urban style: black tea with milk and tapioca balls. "WTF?! yuM!"

    i kinda gave up coffee. it tastes great, but i'm very susceptible to caffeine and i couldn't deal with the hand-shaking thought-jumping next step, and the drowsy lethargic comedown. besides, NY deli coffee doesn't sound as appealing as "Coloumbian Arabica drip brewed" ... i did have Lion Chocolate Macadamia Nut though...too rich for my blood.
     
  6. nomadawhat

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    free
     
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  7. SteveAustin

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    the free coffee they serve at the cyclocross races.

    love that stuff! warms me up enough to race and then warms me up again after i'm done.
     
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    Not a tea drinker, but always stick the milk in b4 the hot water..anyway..


    Coffee- errr just go over to starbucks either a Double Shot or a latte.
     
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    bubble tea!!!


    i don't drink coffee, but i like green tea with mandarin orange tea mixed with it.
     
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    i like those doubleshot expresso things from starbucks......from the commercial where the guy knocks his suit out wit the fridge............
     
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    CinchedWaist - Replied Sep 16, 2003

    Those tapioca balls are the strangest things...I just can't appreciate them.
    as for tea, I'm very simple. I like lipton with honey and lemon (2 pieces of buttered toast on the side is my comfort food).
    Also, when I worked at the corner bakery there was mango ceylon tea....with some honey it was just great.
    As for coffee, I think I like it all (I've been drinking it since i was 7, when my mom used to let me have a cup every wednesday).
    My favorite are cafe au laits with a biscotti on the side. I used to be big on caramel machiottos but those things are just too damn sweet for me now a days.
    Ok, one more in the tea category-- an iced chai in summer, while taking a stroll in the park, is just heavenly.
     
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    shaolinmasta - Replied Sep 16, 2003

    Coffee it's spelt coffee not your shitty way
     
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    http://www.vermontcountrystore.com/Content/ProdImages/f00253_lg.jpg'>

    WONK SAGGIN
     
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    tea-green tea, especially the arizona green tea.

    i hate coffee..
     
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