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Offline Ct Yankee

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For the coffee aficionados
« on: November 09, 2018, 2322 UTC »
I was never a coffee snob, I still will drink anything that gets me going and tastes decent. However, while traveling through the northern part of the Land of Enchantment over a decade ago, I was introduced to New Mexico Pinon Coffee - I go out of my way for this coffee.  I used to find it at Trader Joe's, now I order online.  My two favorites are the traditional piņon and Mexican spiced chocolate.  I have no connection to them other than being a very satisfied customer.  Who would have known that piņon nuts would blend so well with coffee beans?

https://nmpinoncoffee.com

« Last Edit: November 09, 2018, 2356 UTC by Ct Yankee »
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Offline Josh

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Re: For the coffee aficionados
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2018, 1924 UTC »
You will never know coffee nirvana until you try that coffee made from beans passed by some jungle cat. Or so I've heard. I was a barista for a decade and never had any cat poop coffee.

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