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Discussion in 'Happy Talk' started by Joe Riley, Aug 17, 2015.
Sure, and it twill be my pleasure! .....it ain't rocket surgery, don'tcha know!
Yer' Pizza's up, Bill ...and we're serving the "bottomless cup" today!
My lucky day.
"Visit http://CupOfCompassionCoffee.com. Learn all about the history and mission behind Compassion Corps' own brand of coffee: Cup of Compassion. You can be a part of supporting this unique social enterprise and helping African farmers by simply choosing to drink Cup of Compassion blends, such as Justice Java and Promise Perk".
I have a bad case of that!
The Bottle Rockets - Coffee Monkey
The History of Nescafé
If necessity is the mother of invention then profit may be the mother necessity. As the Great Depression gripped the United States in the 1930’s and coffee sales plummeted there was a definite need for the coffee growers to find new ways to sell their product. Nescafe came to the rescue.
Coffee is good for you. Healthline gives us seven reasons.
Coffee makes you smarter
Coffee helps you burn fat and improve physical performance
Coffee lowers the risk of Type-2 diabetes
Coffee lowers the risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's
Coffee is good for your liver
Coffee decreases risk of premature death
Coffee is loaded with nutrients and antioxidants
If some coffee is good for you, more coffee is better
Note: Number 8 was mine.
Coffee around the World
Elena Romantseva: "Yesterday happened to be my favourite cup's last coffee time. It was a beautiful morning near the Neva River that flows through Saint Petersburg, Russia."
Caroline Gibson: "Coffee Eritrean style: a pottery jug filled with water, boiled over hot coals, with ground coffee, ginger and various herbs added. Mesh is then inserted in the spout of a hand-thrown jug, and coffee is poured. Sugar is added to taste, and milk not an option. It took 20 minutes and we watched the ebb and flow of people in the market around us - best coffee stop ever."
Muna Hassan: "Tania's Teahouse in Dubai. When you don't bother removing the stencil because you're worried you might take a sip before getting the satisfactory picture."
Cathie Millar: "Coffee work of art at a small, local coffee shop in Chiang Mai, Thailand."
Vytautas Neimantas captures branches reflected in a black coffee.
This survivor cup look like one of @Bill Boggs' broken-in ones!
The Hi-Goodbye, welcomes our new waitress, Teacup Sallie!
I'm a coffee hound; there are legends of us. But I also enjoy a hot cup of tea. In fact, the past few mornings I have gotten the coffee ready to turn on when my roommate gets up around nine, nine-thirty, or ten. I'm usually up at six-thirty, not later than seven-thirty on certain days. Like I say. I get the coffee ready while the tea kettle is on the fire heating water, for a cup of tea. I have been buying and drinking a couple of favorite teas from the Republic ofTea, and two or three from the Upton Tea Importers. I like the Assam Breakfast tea and the Golden Yunnan from ROT and a strong Assam blend, And the smoky Lapsang Soughongs and the Russican Caravan. a blended, flavorful tea. Those are my favorites and I buy the whole leaf teas from importers.So, if there is such a thing as tea meow or hound, I guess I'm one of those too. Right now I'm wondering if this joint who caters to seniors, might have a cup of black tea or acup of hot water and a good teabag. If not, I want be disappointed, I'll have a cup of good coffee.
@Bill Boggs , Sorry this is a little late, Bill...I tripped over the cat!
Happy Labor Day!