Coffee or Tea?

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30 Oct 2019 08:44 - 30 Oct 2019 08:45 #345003 by JamesSand
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I like my coffee like I like my women - roasted at 200°, ground into a fine powder, boiled in water, freeze dried, and kept in an air tight container.


As far as it goes, I drink a fair variety of teas, tisanes, chai, and hot chocolate as well. I'm not in any particular "camp" as far as preferential treatment of hot beverages is concerned.


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30 Oct 2019 14:58 - 30 Oct 2019 15:06 #345016 by Skryym
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JamesSand wrote: I like my coffee like I like my women - roasted at 200°, ground into a fine powder, boiled in water, freeze dried, and kept in an air tight container


Wow... I thought "I like my coffee like I like my women - cold and bitter" was going too far :P .


I drink mine dark, cheap, and from a french press (not because I'm fancy, but because the french press works while camping and I got into my coffee habit while living in a tent for 9 weeks). However, I'm trying to cut the habit. The water footprint of coffee is astronomical (140 liters per cup1), and the industry isn't always ethical when it comes to the cheap stuff I drink. I've spent so much time around development workers that, along with the caffeine, I get a hint of guilt with every sip :( .


EDIT: coffeelands.crs.org/2012/09/302-the-wate...rint-of-your-coffee/

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