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Poll Question: Which one do you prefer?
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    Posted: February 21 2013 at 17:37
Originally posted by The T

Believe me I searched but couldn't find another poll. Maybe I fail at searching topics. What's your preference for coffee?

I love cuban coffee, basically espresso with sugar. A touch of cinnammon sometimes helps. You?
 
Espresso for me, T The ApproveHug
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Post Options Post Options   Quote HolyMoly Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 21 2013 at 17:51
Originally posted by timothy leary

Why does the mug have a coat on?
Cause it's Chile near Peru.

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Originally posted by HolyMoly

Originally posted by timothy leary

Why does the mug have a coat on?
Cause it's Chile near Peru.

(*rim shot*)

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Iván

BTW: We have 34°C° right now (93° F°) 


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Kati Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 21 2013 at 18:05
Originally posted by Ivan_Melgar_M

Originally posted by HolyMoly

Originally posted by timothy leary

Why does the mug have a coat on?
Cause it's Chile near Peru.

(*rim shot*)

Protects your hands from extreme heat.

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BTW: We have 34°C° right now (93° F°) 
 
LOL Timothy haha.... your joke is a tad off LOL hahaha yet I am still laughing haha!! Brill lol
Chile is quite a distance from Peru, unless you are talking about the height of Macchu Picchu. As Ivan mentioned above, it's quite chilly but in terms of hot and spicy WinkBig smile
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I just started drinking coffee this weekend, 7 cups of black coffee in a day had me a bit wired. 
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Originally posted by Kati

Originally posted by Ivan_Melgar_M

Originally posted by HolyMoly

Originally posted by timothy leary

Why does the mug have a coat on?
Cause it's Chile near Peru.

(*rim shot*)

Protects your hands from extreme heat.

Iván

BTW: We have 34°C° right now (93° F°) 
 
LOL Timothy haha.... your joke is a tad off LOL hahaha yet I am still laughing haha!! Brill lol
Chile is quite a distance from Peru, unless you are talking about the height of Macchu Picchu. As Ivan mentioned above, it's quite chilly but in terms of hot and spicy WinkBig smile
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Not so far Kati, we have border with Chile



But our Capital cities are very far


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Kati Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 21 2013 at 20:02
Originally posted by Ivan_Melgar_M

Originally posted by Kati

Originally posted by Ivan_Melgar_M

Originally posted by HolyMoly

Originally posted by timothy leary

Why does the mug have a coat on?
Cause it's Chile near Peru.

(*rim shot*)

Protects your hands from extreme heat.

Iván

BTW: We have 34°C° right now (93° F°) 
 
LOL Timothy haha.... your joke is a tad off LOL hahaha yet I am still laughing haha!! Brill lol
Chile is quite a distance from Peru, unless you are talking about the height of Macchu Picchu. As Ivan mentioned above, it's quite chilly but in terms of hot and spicy WinkBig smile
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Not sdo far Kati, we have border with Chile
 
Yep true Ivan, but one to speak in general about both countries in terms of distance the logic method to compare the distance unless otherwise classified would be between Lima and Santiago which is 1531.48 miles or 2464.61 kilometers.
This might not sound much but if you compare it to England which is a big Island
The UK is 683.5 miles (1100km) north to south and 302 miles (486 km) at its widest point.
England is 402 miles (667km) north to south and 302 miles (486 km) at its widest point.

The longest distance one can travel between two points in the UK is 840 miles



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Originally posted by Kati

 
 
Yep true Ivan, but one to speak in general about both countries in terms of distance the logic method to compare the distance unless otherwise classified would be between Lima and Santiago which is 1531.48 miles or 2464.61 kilometers.
This might not sound much but if you compare it to England which is a big Island
The UK is 683.5 miles (1100km) north to south and 302 miles (486 km) at its widest point.
England is 402 miles (667km) north to south and 302 miles (486 km) at its widest point.

The longest distance one can travel between two points in the UK is 840 miles


Yes, it's a huge distance between Santiago and Lima.And it's even longer by car, about 3,500 Kms by car.

And true our frontier is far in the south of Perú and far in the north of Chile.

I once went driving from Lima to Santiago (Then to Buenos Aires) and I wanted to leave the car in Chile and take a plane, 3,500 Kms. of desert is very long and boring trip on car, not even  my Prog cassettes and my old KP-500 helped.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote truedefiance Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 21 2013 at 20:55
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Coffee should be hot as heck, black as night, and as strong as love.  Any cream or sugar in my coffee makes me sad.  Now, lattes (espresso, capachinos, frappes), those are another story.  I like them, and will drink them when I don't have to pay for them.  But, I don't consider it coffee, it's coffee flavored chocolate. 
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Coffee should be hot as heck, black as night, and as strong as love.  Any cream or sugar in my coffee makes me sad.  Now, lattes (espresso, capachinos, frappes), those are another story.  I like them, and will drink them when I don't have to pay for them.  But, I don't consider it coffee, it's coffee flavored chocolate. 

When we were 17 or 18, we were in the first year of university, and I hated coffee.

But all my friends liked to go to a bohemian coffee shop called Café Haiti, and asked for coffee, so started to drink cappuccinos, but with a lot of sugar and cream..

Now I drink my espresso with sugar (because Peruvian coffee is extremely strong), bu can't add milk or anything.

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hot, black, piss-water
the beans smell nice, though


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Post Options Post Options   Quote *frinspar* Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 22 2013 at 03:59
Originally posted by SaltyJon

I just started drinking coffee this weekend, 7 cups of black coffee in a day had me a bit wired. 


Years ago I had my first espresso shot in a place that let me hang my art in.
I ordered like a dadgum MAN, with balls bigger than Dallas. I feigned jaded approval at the surprisingly miniscule amount of liquid I was presented with for a buck-seventy-five, and slammed that bad boy down like a champ.
A few minutes later in the car, with my dad fortunately driving, I transcended to a realm of feeling I had only previously known from eating mushrooms.
Since then, I've been chasing the caffeine dragon. LOL

Cigarettes and heroin are for pikers. Coffee will own your soul forever. LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Quote dtguitarfan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 22 2013 at 05:19
I like my coffee strong enough to jump out of the cup and slap me in the face - espresso for me.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Jim Garten Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 22 2013 at 06:12
Originally posted by dtguitarfan

I like my coffee strong enough to jump out of the cup and slap me in the face - espresso for me.


Wimp - if coffee's strong enough, you don't even need a cup.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Atkingani Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 22 2013 at 07:38
Regular, pingado style.

I don't have too much proficiency in English to explain what pingado is... Tongue


EDIT: I never tasted but people say that jacu bird coffee is the best of the best.
http://www.camocimorganic.com/ourproducts.jacu.php


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Post Options Post Options   Quote The Doctor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 22 2013 at 08:31
Anyone up for some Kopi Luwak, aka cat poop coffee?  Supposedly very tasty and very expensive, but Sick
 
In case you are unaware of this expensive delicacy.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kopi_Luwak


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One time I got somebody to go get me a frozen cappuccino at a gas station.  I jokingly told him to put extra caffeine in it.  He did.  I can honestly say I will never have a shot of Roster Booster in my coffee ever again.
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No coffee for me. I'll drink any kind of tea under the sun, though.
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I think I prefer Arabian coffee. Strong and quite spicy.

Also really fond of hot chocolate with roasted grind coffee beans. Yummy yum.
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Regular black coffee for me, and I particularly enjoy Italian roasts. Sometimes I'll add an extra shot of espresso too Smile

I did make the unfortunate mistake of getting coffee at a gas station once. Awful idea.
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