I need caffiene to get me through the day, and drinking a bunch of sodas will eventually give me diabetes, so I'm trying bottled coffee. I used a coupon to get starbucks bottled frappucino and "doubleshot" canned espresso for a buck each. I don't like coffee, but if I drink these with a straw so the coffee doesn't get on my teeth, it's not bad. the frappucino seems week, but the double shot is a decent pick-me-up.
Drinking Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf's House Blend (got it on special at Amuhzon) with some demerara sugar and skim milk. After drinking Cafe du Monde brand coffee for the past two weeks, this stuff is weak sauce. I love Creole coffee.
I use a drip machine.. and lately I've been doing something new. After coffee is done, I put that coffee back again in the water compartment and let it run once again through the same coffee/filter. It seems stronger after the second run, obviously.
Current coffee : No clue.. but I do know that I got it from TJMaxx. Yes. I got coffee from TJMaxx.
I walked over to Starbucks early this afternoon for a pound of beans, tall mocha (free with a gold card and purchase of beans) and a bran muffin.
On my way home I saw a crying baby goose all by his lonesome. I fed him 1/3 of my muffin so he won't starve while he calls for Mommy and Daddy. Poor little thing. I hope he gets reunited with his family because he's not big enough to survive on his own.
It was hot last night in the house and I didn't sleep well. Just came home from the grocery store and realized I haven't been properly caffeinated. WOW! I'm brewing Peet's House Blend, which isn't my fave (can be too edgy sometimes) but it is still tasty.
soundtechie said: I need caffiene to get me through the day, and drinking a bunch of sodas will eventually give me diabetes, so I'm trying bottled coffee. I used a coupon to get starbucks bottled frappucino and "doubleshot" canned espresso for a buck each. I don't like coffee, but if I drink these with a straw so the coffee doesn't get on my teeth, it's not bad. the frappucino seems week, but the double shot is a decent pick-me-up.
bottled coffee drinks have a lot of sugar, too,,unless you find diet ones. their are sugar free monsterdrinks.
and 5hr energy shots (dollar store knockoffs, too)
Out of milk at home.. and dont wanna buy new one (since we'll be gone to India come Saturday) so today's coffee was made of 6-months-ago-expired Starbucks coffee beans grinded last week with Bailey's Caramel creamer.
moonbeam said: morecowbell said: Corganiacs said: have you guys heard about the guy on twitter redeeming for 60 espresso shots in a 128 oz at starbucks? true story or fake? i have now This jackass is why we can't have nice things. Not only was the dink expensive, but 60 shots of espresso is enough to make someone very ill/dead. Starbucks will undoubtedly institute new limitations regarding free drinks. Starbucks got tons of good publicity out of it. They probably loved it.
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