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    Coffee or tea?

    Tea
    Earl Grey
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    Quote Originally Posted by RangsitRiot View Post
    Tea
    Earl Grey
    Hot
    Faggot drink - like consuming perfume.

    Real men drink English Breakfast Tea.

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    Enjoy both actually.

    Quality Taiwanese/Southern Chinese tea [none of that subcontinent crap that most of you wankers take]

    Vietnamese or Thai coffee is a preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123
    Real men drink English Breakfast Tea.
    Milk and sugar is for faggots. Drink it black like a man, not a fucking child

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    All these questions Rangsit. Natural curiosity, or expat marketing strategy?

    I am presently enjoying some Duang Dee Hill Tribe Coffee. Brewed in a little old style percolator that makes 2 mugs of excellent coffee.

    Tea is reserved only to accompany a full English breakfast or with fish and chips. No other use for it.
    Heart of Gold and a Knob of butter.

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    I drink both. Which one depends on how I feel at the time. Usually coffee with my breakfast.

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    Double shot of espresso - doubled up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RangsitRiot View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123
    Real men drink English Breakfast Tea.
    Milk and sugar is for faggots. Drink it black like a man, not a fucking child
    Yes, and I accept my shortcomings there, but what about green tea.
    Definitely for new age wannabe interesting faggots who say it is lovely.
    Why can't they just accept it tastes of fuck all and they are anything but interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123
    but what about green tea
    Well in England it seems to be the preserve of whiny hipsters. Drank while writing a Haiku in Starbucks, naturally. Twats.

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    Coffee in the morning. Kopi luak. From Civet droppings.
    Limey tea in the afternoon. Usually without cucumber sandwiches. But Rich-tea biscuits occasionally.
    Green tea whenever. The little pea sized balls that open up to reveal a whole leaf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman123
    Faggot drink


    Who'd have thought?

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    Nescafe and TyPhoo. All else is pretentious and superfluous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    I am presently enjoying some Duang Dee Hill Tribe Coffee. Brewed in a little old style percolator that makes 2 mugs of excellent coffee.
    Duang Dee is the only way to go for morning coffee. Run mine through the espresso machine. Mmmmmm.

    Gotta make another one right now!

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    ...and my name would be...

    Yes - dark and strong.

    A touch of Drambuie or scotch prior to massage but never before the duties of piloting any conveyance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille
    Who'd have thought?
    Did you work out how to buy coffee? I am sure there is a CELTAish role play that you could find online if you need some help

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit
    Duang Dee is the only way to go for morning coffee. Run mine through the espresso machine. Mmmmmm.

    Watch out for pretension and superfluousness, misskit.

    What sort of brillo pad tongued buffoon would you have to be to not know brewing fresh coffee is worth the effort to avoid liquid shite like nescafe.

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    Vittoria or Lavazza, strong black, two sugars and fresh cream.

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    Where's the poll? More coffee, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart
    Nescafe and TyPhoo. All else is pretentious and superfluous.
    I used to drink up to ten cups of coffee a day and instant was fine. Due to hypertension I should steer clear of coffee but I prefer just the one cuppa first thing in a morning. Call it pretentious if you like but when your options are limited, it really is worth the extra cost/effort.
    Quote Originally Posted by misskit
    Duang Dee is the only way to go for morning coffee. Run mine through the espresso machine. Mmmmmm. Gotta make another one right now!
    i bought one of these in home pro about 3 years ago. Make comforting noises. It was about Bt360. One for me and one for the long haired warrior when she eventually wakes and the coffee is still hot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fohk View Post
    Vittoria or Lavazza, strong black, two sugars and fresh cream.
    Good choice on the coffee but forget the cream !

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    Real whipped cream, if I don't have it I skip it.

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    If I go tea has to be green, oolong or Earl Grey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by misskit
    Duang Dee is the only way to go for morning coffee. Run mine through the espresso machine. Mmmmmm.

    Watch out for pretension and superfluousness, misskit.

    What sort of brillo pad tongued buffoon would you have to be to not know brewing fresh coffee is worth the effort to avoid liquid shite like nescafe.
    Good bait for the coffee snobs. Thanks for biting.

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