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Caffeine Society - Your favourite type of Coffee?

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    OK this is definitely a place for me!

    My favourite type of coffee - Double Esspresso.

    The best I've had - In a Red Lobster off International Drive in Orlando, Florida!

    I don't even know what type of bean it was but it had a soft brown light crema and a beautiful nutty aroma and flavour. The cup was perfectly sized and must have been prewarmed.

    Oh it was heaven. I think I had another after.

    2003.

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    say, is the instant chocolate-, caramel-, whatever-flavoured coffee from WoC any good?
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    (Original post by xe_nia)
    say, is the instant chocolate-, caramel-, whatever-flavoured coffee from WoC any good?
    Chocolate/Caramel flavoured coffee...?:hmmmm2:
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    (Original post by xe_nia)
    say, is the instant chocolate-, caramel-, whatever-flavoured coffee from WoC any good?
    If it's got caffeine in it - yes.

    Which reminds me of a Deli near Grand Central Station NYC - that had vast earns of freshly brewed Americano, caramel flavoured and standard.

    Pretty good too.
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    I really like panera bread hazelnut coffee, a few of those with a toasted cream-cheesed bagel really sets you up for the day.
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    Probably a mocha for me although I do love caramel lattes as well! :coffee:
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    Starbucks Frappucino!

    lol - when you get the brain-freeze :headhurts:
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    A double caramel macchiato. Can't get enough of them.
    I'm contemplating getting a coffee machine so I can make them for myself.
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    Free coffee!






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    Latte, caramel if possible . . .
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    John!
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    i make coffee with a cafetière; tesco cheapest ground coffee ( £1.79 for 250g ) is surprisingly good.
    if fair trade is on special offer i will buy that instead
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    Caramel or chocolateee too
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    Skinny flat white if I'm at a coffee chain, but Harrogate's Lazy Sunday made in a cafietière otherwise!
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    Anybody go so far as prefering a type of bean?

    I would say I prefer

    1. Illy.
    2. Costa coffee.
    3. Starbucks.
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    Skinny latte - starbucks. Costa is quite good though
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    I'm currently drinking Jamaican Blue Mountain in espresso form. Although Cuban Peaberry are my favourite coffee beans!

    I can't afford to drink that stuff everyday. I usually just opt for Taylors Rich Italian as my everyday coffee. In the form of a black Americano or a long black. Milk is forbidden!
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    (Original post by El Nombre)
    I'm currently drinking Jamaican Blue Mountain in espresso form. Although Cuban Peaberry are my favourite coffee beans!

    I can't afford to drink that stuff everyday. I usually just opt for Taylors Rich Italian as my everyday coffee. In the form of a black Americano or a long black. Milk is forbidden!
    Isn't that like £30 for 250 grams or something crazy?
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    Caramel macchiato all the way baby!
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    Vanilla latte from Starbucks, or really any flavoured from Starbucks
    mmm =)
 
 
 
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