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Are you Loyal to your Morning Java?

DD I’m not sure how I ever survived without two cups of this goodness in the morning.

And, lately I’ve made copious mental notes about how agitated I become when I run out and have to ‘settle’ for some ill-equipped substitute.

Am I the only one???

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Comments

  • akeorlando
    Friday, 14 November 2008

    I started a discussion on a blog community message board (not Central Florida specific) and one user had the best line:

    “I’m coffee promiscusous….”

    So funny! You can view the thread here if you want: http://www.blogcatalog.com/discuss/entry/are-you-loyal-to-your-coffee.

  • Rob
    Thursday, 13 November 2008

    I will drink any kind of coffee. But that Dunkin Donuts coffee is freaking awesome. I have three bags of it. The medium roast, Cinnamon Spice, and the Dark roast.

  • akeorlando
    Tuesday, 11 November 2008

    @Twinklesmom I might not be loyal, but am easily persuaded…and that carmel (or caramel) latte sounds dang yummy!

  • MT
    Tuesday, 11 November 2008

    Hmm, I’d have to say my morning fix would have to be a Grande Diet Coke, hold the cream and sugar. Without that, please avoid me at all costs.

  • Twinklesmom
    Tuesday, 11 November 2008

    I just can’t find anyone who does a skinny carmel latte better than Panera.

  • akeorlando
    Tuesday, 11 November 2008

    I am so not loyal. I put so much sugar and cream in my coffee, it doesn’t matter what brand it is! My motto: “Make it blonde.”

  • Kim
    Tuesday, 11 November 2008

    Thanks-great article, Mark. Funny thing is, as loyal as I am to a particular brand, I also use tap water and a run-down coffeemaker. I’m sure “real” coffee drinkers would gasp at it.

  • Mark B. (yeah you know me)
    Tuesday, 11 November 2008

    Interesting question. For me, brand is not an issue. I dump so much Splenda in that cup it never tastes like coffee. I go from bodega to diner refills to nescafe pods 7-11 to Dunkin to coffee-carts to Starbucks and back. I found this article a couple days you might find interesting: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/26/nyregion/thecity/26coff.html

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