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star bucks coffee question

Perris Calderon

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#1
I drink my coffee black, no cream, no sugar, no little brown straw.

Star bucks coffee gives the sides of my tongue a sweetness.

I assume this has something to do with the caffeine, but this doesn't happen with expresso or Turkish coffee for me and I was wondering if anyone else has the same sensation

anyone care to venture an explanations why I taste sweetness, I welcome the hypothesis
 
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X-Istence

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They are using Arabica coffee. I have the same coffee beans Starbucks has at home, and I get what you call a "sweetness" it has to do with the coffee bean used, and the way they are burnt.

When I drink dutch coffee, from Douwe Egberts, I get the same taste, coupled with a taste of bitter.

I drink my coffee black.
 

kcnychief

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I tried coffee once when I was 16. I took one sip and thought it was disgusting, tasted like burned hot chocolate. Never tried it again :s
 

Sazar

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#5
I typically stay away from coffee.

I am more into tea :cool:

A little lemon/ginger tea with honey :smoker:
 

kcnychief

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#6
I'd say my favorite hot drink is Hot Chocolate - which is good cuz I can have all i want from work for free, with marshmellows :)
 

Admiral Michael

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#7
kcnychief said:
I tried coffee once when I was 16. I took one sip and thought it was disgusting, tasted like burned hot chocolate. Never tried it again :s
hmm I have the same view of coffee. Disgusting, and believe it or not I like Hot Choc as well tho I rarely have any marshmellows around.

When you think about it, coffee is crushed beans with water poured thru it. Doesn't sound too appetizing.
 

kcnychief

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Most people don't drink it because of the appeal, it's the only thing that wakes people up :)

But I would say it has become more of a social drink these days, with those fancy coffee houses and latees and fancy flavors and whatnot.
 

fitz

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Admiral Michael said:
I dont eat/drink what I dont like. I dont care about being a social drink :p

But you do make a good point.
Do you drink beer and/or other alcohol? Did you ever smoke?

Most people have a negative reaction the first time they try beer - yet they continue to consume it. Same thing with smokers..

Personally, I like the taste of coffee - black, no cream, no sugar. Granted, the first time I had it (in high school) was with the need to stay awake and I didn't enjoy the taste much - even loaded with cream/sugar.

I stopped drinking it for a long time (several years) but eventually there came a need to stay awake again several years later and foudn myself turning back to coffee. Strangely enough, after a long hiatus of not drinking coffee, I took coffee black and foudn that I liked the taste. Been drinking it ever since.

I had a similiar experience with beer - I had my first beer at ~12 years old. I almost spit the thing out. In highschool I watched friends get drunk and do really (and I mean REALLY) stupid things and told myself, "I'm never going to get drunk."

Around 20 years old or so, I was out with some friends playing basketball in the hot summer.. we came in and he brought out some beers and after 8 years, had my 2nd taste of beer - and like the coffee, I found that I actually enjoyed the taste. Been drinking beer ever since - although I am picky about my beer.. none of the crap cheap beer for me since I actually do drink it for the taste.

I still kept my promise to myself though, I have never drank enough alcohol to be drunk. :)
 

Steevo

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Pardon my saying so but Starbucks coffee sucks. I have had it in airports and shops all over and it all tastes like crap to me. But what I do like is. In the mood coffee. (See gallery for pictures) House roast, Italian Dark, Peaberry, Kona and Karma Sutra (a mix of coffees).

You take a fine grind and add four heaping tablespoons in a Bunn coffeemaker and set it to go. It stays good to drink for about 2 hours before it tastes like Strabucks coffee.

Brita filter my water for home coffee too. Its a serious thing.
 

mlakrid

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Steevo said:
Pardon my saying so but Starbucks coffee sucks. I have had it in airports and shops all over and it all tastes like crap to me. But what I do like is. In the mood coffee. (See gallery for pictures) House roast, Italian Dark, Peaberry, Kona and Karma Sutra (a mix of coffees).

You take a fine grind and add four heaping tablespoons in a Bunn coffeemaker and set it to go. It stays good to drink for about 2 hours before it tastes like Strabucks coffee.

Brita filter my water for home coffee too. Its a serious thing.
Can you say: O.C.D. ?

ob·ses·sive-com·pul·sive (əb-sĕs'ĭv-kəm-pŭl'sĭv, ŏb-)
adj.
Relating to or characterized by a tendency to dwell on unwanted thoughts or ideas or perform certain repetitious rituals, especially as a defense against anxiety from unconscious conflicts: obsessive-compulsive behavior.
n.
An obsessive-compulsive person
 

Grandmaster

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mlakrid said:
Can you say: O.C.D. ?

ob·ses·sive-com·pul·sive (əb-sĕs'ĭv-kəm-pŭl'sĭv, ŏb-)
adj.
Relating to or characterized by a tendency to dwell on unwanted thoughts or ideas or perform certain repetitious rituals, especially as a defense against anxiety from unconscious conflicts: obsessive-compulsive behavior.
n.
An obsessive-compulsive person
He's just a connoisseur of coffee ;)
 

joeyg

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#15
Well, being as Starbucks is a huge, evil American company, I'd have to suggest that they are adding addictive substances to your coffee.
 

Grandmaster

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joeyg said:
Well, being as Starbucks is a huge, evil American company, I'd have to suggest that they are adding addictive substances to your coffee.
Well coffee by nature is addictive. At least the caffeine in it is. It's a drug.
 

falconguard

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#17
mmmmm could be, remember the days when Coca-Cola had cocaine? "Get a kick out of Coke," used to be the slogan. Of course this was ended in 1912 but the parallels......
 

fitz

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Steevo said:
Pardon my saying so but Starbucks coffee sucks. I have had it in airports and shops all over and it all tastes like crap to me. But what I do like is. In the mood coffee. (See gallery for pictures) House roast, Italian Dark, Peaberry, Kona and Karma Sutra (a mix of coffees).

You take a fine grind and add four heaping tablespoons in a Bunn coffeemaker and set it to go. It stays good to drink for about 2 hours before it tastes like Strabucks coffee.

Brita filter my water for home coffee too. Its a serious thing.
I won't take offense at all - I agree with you on the quality of Starbucks coffee. It's been a while, but as I remember, Caribou coffee was quite a bit better than Starbucks
 

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