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  • Make my own at home.

    33 45.83%
  • Convenience store (Speedway/Shell/UDF/etc.)

    3 4.17%
  • Starbucks

    4 5.56%
  • Other Coffee Specialty Store

    4 5.56%
  • The free stuff at work!

    7 9.72%
  • Coffee... yuck!

    21 29.17%
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Thread: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    Starbuck's iced coffee is pretty delicious. I make no apologies for liking it.

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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
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    Vanilla ain't manly either champ.
    The vanilla beans in my kitchen are very offended...
    Nothing to see here. Please disperse.

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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer View Post
    Starbuck's iced coffee is pretty delicious. I make no apologies for liking it.
    I make the best iced coffee on the planet. Why, you ask? Because I take leftover hot coffee and pour it into ice cube trays and leave them til they freeze. Then I make another pot and put it in the fridge so that in a little bit it's actual cold coffee, not hot coffee poured over ice. Starbucks gets their coffee cold too, but they don't do the ice cube thing. That way, your drink is cold, but when the ice cubes melt they don't water down your drink. Stays good for a few days.

    I learned that ice cube tip from a stage manager. They possess knowledge of every helpful tip in the universe, and they never sleep.
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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by vaticanplum View Post
    I make the best iced coffee on the planet. Why, you ask? Because I take leftover hot coffee and pour it into ice cube trays and leave them til they freeze. Then I make another pot and put it in the fridge so that in a little bit it's actual cold coffee, not hot coffee poured over ice. Starbucks gets their coffee cold too, but they don't do the ice cube thing. That way, your drink is cold, but when the ice cubes melt they don't water down your drink. Stays good for a few days.

    I learned that ice cube tip from a stage manager. They possess knowledge of every helpful tip in the universe, and they never sleep.
    I might have to try that.
    Burn down the disco. Hang the blessed DJ. Because the music that he constantly plays, it says nothing to me about my life.

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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by vaticanplum View Post
    I make the best iced coffee on the planet. Why, you ask? Because I take leftover hot coffee and pour it into ice cube trays and leave them til they freeze. Then I make another pot and put it in the fridge so that in a little bit it's actual cold coffee, not hot coffee poured over ice. Starbucks gets their coffee cold too, but they don't do the ice cube thing. That way, your drink is cold, but when the ice cubes melt they don't water down your drink. Stays good for a few days.

    I learned that ice cube tip from a stage manager. They possess knowledge of every helpful tip in the universe, and they never sleep.
    I didn't see this on the first go round till Yachtzee bumped it. Sounds great. I'll give it a go tonight when I get home.

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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by vaticanplum View Post
    I make the best iced coffee on the planet. Why, you ask? Because I take leftover hot coffee and pour it into ice cube trays and leave them til they freeze. Then I make another pot and put it in the fridge so that in a little bit it's actual cold coffee, not hot coffee poured over ice. Starbucks gets their coffee cold too, but they don't do the ice cube thing. That way, your drink is cold, but when the ice cubes melt they don't water down your drink. Stays good for a few days.

    I learned that ice cube tip from a stage manager. They possess knowledge of every helpful tip in the universe, and they never sleep.
    That is bloody brilliant.

    I also like the Mocha Frappucinos, though recently I've been getting the Mocha Lite version.
    We'll burn that bridge when we get to it.

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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by vaticanplum View Post
    I make the best iced coffee on the planet. Why, you ask? Because I take leftover hot coffee and pour it into ice cube trays and leave them til they freeze. Then I make another pot and put it in the fridge so that in a little bit it's actual cold coffee, not hot coffee poured over ice. Starbucks gets their coffee cold too, but they don't do the ice cube thing. That way, your drink is cold, but when the ice cubes melt they don't water down your drink. Stays good for a few days.

    I learned that ice cube tip from a stage manager. They possess knowledge of every helpful tip in the universe, and they never sleep.

    Okay, so I used this advice today and it works great!. I put leftover coffee in the ice cube tray and froze it. Today I made some coffee, added some sugar and milk and cooled it down (I like hot coffee black, but for some reason I like the cold stuff sweetened). Then I popped some coffee ice cubes in a thermos and poured the cold coffee/milk concoction over it. So now I'm sitting here doing practice questions for the bar exam with some iced coffee. Delicious. I might try throwing a bit of chocolate syrup in it next time.
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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    There is no such thing as a pitching prospect.

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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by vaticanplum View Post
    By the way, thanks for the tip!
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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yachtzee View Post
    By the way, thanks for the tip!
    Your caffeinated happiness is more than thanks enough.
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    Re: Where Do You Get Your Morning Coffee?

    I switch it up, usually on a daily basis. I will either make it at home (particularly on the weekends, usually a cappuchino or espresso made with Illy coffee or some central american blend my wife picks up in her travels) or purchase it from McDonald's, Krispy Kreme, Starbucks or Cafe du Monde.

    I wish we had a Caribbou Coffee down here though. That's where I got almost all my joe when I lived in Columbus.


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