Coffee by the Bottle

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This is from Ueshima Coffee Company, UCC.  On the bottle there is a gold circle. In the gold circle it is written “No Sugar”.  There are three levels of sweetness, regular sweetness, mild sweetness, and no sugar. The non is the best. It comes in a 930 ml bottle and is great for a hot summer day. I usually add milk to have a cold latte in seconds.

What is your summer drink of choice?

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15 Responses to Coffee by the Bottle

  1. 10 Cents10 Cents says:

    A side note.

    In a Japanese restaurant when you order coffee, they don’t ask you if you want regular or decaf. What they do ask you is do you want that iced or hot. The custom here is to have the coffee after the meal.

  2. Percival says:

    Coffee with breakfast.

    Coffee after lunch.

    Coffee after supper with the dessert, if there’s desert, else after.

    I think I’m turning Japanese.

    • 10 Cents10 Cents says:

      Is that what that song was about, Percy? Coffee.

    • EThompson says:

      I think you are an invincible “sleeper” and I don’t mind telling you I’m envious! I eat well, eliminated the caffeine and avoid most sugar by 7 p.m. and run 2-3 miles in the morning. Nevertheless, I’m lucky to be asleep by 3 a.m.

  3. TKC1101TKC1101 says:

    summer/ winter/ spring / fall/

    same drink

    Kona coffee in the morning, green tea iced tea unsweetened with a capful of lemon juice per gallon in the PM and evening.

    Coffee is Mark Ferrari 100% Kona and comes covered in oils. I get Davidson Imperial Green tea in bulk and make 2 gallons at a time in the drip coffee maker.

    Yes the coffee is expensive, but since I quit my single malt scotch habit and my fine wine habit, it is self funding.

  4. 10 Cents10 Cents says:

    Covfefe, is there nothing it can’t do?

    Thou shalt not covfefe.

    Alex, new words for 500.

    It set the world a twitter in 2017.

    What is ….

  5. drlorentzdrlorentz says:

    I like coffee (hot) with breakfast and fizzy water to quench thirst, all year round.

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