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    Wow, gourmet coffee, it's good, smells great


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    I find the term 'gourmet coffee' to be quite bizarre. It makes me think it's a very large cup with a very small drop of coffee in the bottom. But that'd be Cordon Bleu coffee then...
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    Hello and welcome to the forums!

    I like certain gourmet coffees, but never care for any of the flavored varieties.
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    You've probably got a secret stash of blueberry-expresso under your desk - ya liar.

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    I still have to find the right kind of gourmet coffee that would satisfy my high caffeine tolerance. A double shot espresso at night can help me sleep better at night actually.
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    Properly-flavored coffee is good, Starbucks is lousy

    I agree, good coffee doesn't need flavoring though.

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    It's nice having nujinini around - now I don't feel as guilty when I drink my coffee. Here in the continental US, everyone makes you feel guilty all the time.
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    Thank you for the welcome ozar, I'll try to make it all worth having me but so far, it's mostly a use-job, of the Linux gurus. Who knows, maybe I'll actually learn something.

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    Actually, I'll try to pull my own weight here, honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nujinini View Post
    I still have to find the right kind of gourmet coffee that would satisfy my high caffeine tolerance. A double shot espresso at night can help me sleep better at night actually.
    Same here. But I grew up in the SF Bay Area of California. Then lived in Seattle for a little while.
    You can't throw a rock in either place without hitting a coffee shop!

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