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coffee Sophisticated Gentleman 21/11/02(Tue)13:38 No. 3710
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hey there. What dou u think about coffee? Love or not?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 21/11/02(Tue)13:48 No. 3711

I can not imagine my life without drinking coffee. For most people, moderate coffee consumption can be incorporated into a healthy diet. I do the same thats why I bought already https://www.coffee-statistics.com/best-manual-espresso-machines/ Caffeine can improve memory, decrease fatigue, improve your mental functioning, study after study suggests.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 21/11/02(Tue)13:56 No. 3712

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks. The morning beverage (or, for some, afternoon pick-me-up) is most known for its high caffeine content, perking up even the most tired eyes.

Given coffee’s popularity, several studies have examined its effects on your health, both immediate and in the long term.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 21/11/02(Tue)16:32 No. 3713

agree. Coffee gives me more and more energy everyday. I love espresso so I bought simple but cute espresso maker from here review. Caffeine can improve memory, decrease fatigue, improve your mental functioning, study after study suggests.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 21/11/17(Wed)11:45 No. 3717

I like cold coffee any time of the year


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Sophisticated Gentleman 21/11/18(Thu)09:46 No. 3718

As for me, I love coffee. I think this is the most delicious drink. Moreover, I drink it all the time. In summer it is cold coffee, and in cold season I prefer hot coffee. At home I make capsule coffee https://kcupsforsale.com/k-cup-brands/mccafe/ and it suits me very well. I often make coffee at home and take it with me in a silicone cup.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 21/11/22(Mon)23:23 No. 3720

>>3710
I never drink coffee. I'm not interested in the taste, it never proved to give me any "boost" and even if it did, i wouldn't want to take drugs.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 21/12/09(Thu)09:55 No. 3725

>>3720
>it never proved to give me any "boost" and even if it did, i wouldn't want to take drugs.

What you drank mustn't have been coffee so.

Also drugs that make you productive without serious ill effect obviously should be taken.


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Turkish Coffee Sophisticated Gentleman 21/12/21(Tue)20:19 No. 3726

Personally, I have developed a taste for Turkish Coffee in recent years. Lovely, if potent, stuff.


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coughy Sophisticated Gentleman 22/01/04(Tue)12:14 No. 3728

>>3726
Never had it yet. Is it true that it's got the solid grounds left in it giving it a "thick" texture?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 22/01/27(Thu)15:29 No. 3740

LOVE coffee. French press, dark roast, 1/4tsp sugar, splash of whole milk.

This seems like a good place to tell my favorite coffee shop story.

There was a high end boutique coffee shop in manhattan, where the gimmick was taking the brew to the nth degree. Each cup of water was boiled individually, with a thermometer in a glass beaker to reach optimal temperature. The grind done just before the pour, through a cone, just for your order. All in front of you, so you could marvel at the precision and art

Then they poured it into a cheap paper take out cup and all you could taste was bleached wood pulp.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 22/02/20(Sun)12:39 No. 3743
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I have a problem. I recognize that the amount of coffee I drink is no good. I drink literally 3-5 mugs at least every day. It's not about the caffeine anymore. I have become immune. It's just that it's something to do, something to make my chest feel full. I used to smoke heavily. Now I drink coffee. It started when I was getting off meth. It might never end. Help.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 22/02/20(Sun)17:36 No. 3745

>>3743
Find a way to overcome your addictive vices or perish. Have you tried exercising?



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