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Coffee or Tea

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Tea if it’s the tea my mum sends over. Otherwise its coffee..... Too much coffee. I have cut down to about 6 cups a day now. This time of year I will generally grab a coffee on my way to the course.

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I don't like either really...I don't mind those frozen slushy coffee things from starbucks, but regular coffee and tea isn't for me.

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to about 6 cups a day now. This

6 cups!!! How do you sleep at night? Tea for me, the polar opposite of The Rambler , Piping hot (not reboiled water though).

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I drink both, and appreciate a good strong cup of either.

If you really love your coffee, you should look into roasting your own.... nothing is fresher.... I haven't bought roasted coffee in years...

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Coffee all the way, probably two cups a day. Never ever before a round of golf though.

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I like both, but prefer something with esspresso. An nice Venti non-fat caramel macciato from Starbucks is great. Best part is you can go hot or cold.

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Unsweetened iced tea (preferably Lipton) and black coffee (preferably Folgers).

If someone would bottle iced tea without lemon they could make a mint.

I drink coffee mainly in the winter; its a survival tool for duck hunters. The stuff they make and serve at Starbucks is all really, really bad coffee - way too bitter for me. Give me a strong, smooth cup of good restaurant coffee anyday.

Flavored teas and coffees are for women and gays.

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