Re: Coffee research in Maryport
- From: Johnny <johnnytouquenotthisbit@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 17:59:01 +0000 (UTC)
Scores out of 10
Her Citi 8/10
And there you have it.
Coffee can be too old and taste bitter. I doubt coffee establishmentsAnd people who haven't had proper training can make a real dog's arse
ever throw any out. No use buying the cheap >stuff. I've had enough
of losing on it and gone over to powder coffee that I use as little
out of one of those big shiny Italian coffee machines. Even with good
ingredients the resulting black liquid can turn out like the effluvium
from a mediaeval torture chamber if the barista hasn't been trained.
The best coffee I've had in ages was in a little family-owned cafe in
Galashiels, on my way back from Edinburgh a few months ago. It was
totally superb and I congratulated the lady behind the counter. She
said, "that's because _I_ made it - I spend a lot of time in Italy and
I know how coffee is supposed to be made." Unfortunately she only
works there part-time and isn't usually there on the days I'm likely
to be passing through, though her coffee was so good I'm tempted to
make a special trip on a - what was it? A Tuesday? - just to get
Surely a more common description such as 'dogs dinner' or 'dogs breakfast'
is a little more food-review-worthy than 'dog's arse'.
But then again, I suppose the coffe you refer to could evoke a 'dogs arse'
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