How much coffee do you drink ??

BonzoHansen

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Jun 1, 2005
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Scott from Hamilton, NJ
None. I'm almost 100% water at this point. Occasional juice, a soda maybe twice a year for fun. I did have a dedicated water mug at work for many years.

Oh, and beer. And wine. But they don't count. :)
 

PalmbchZ28

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Jan 29, 2017
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N Georgia Mountains
I guess I'm a caffeine junkie and my cardiologist doesn't seem to have an issue with it.
I gave up all my vices in life except for caffeine and titty Tuesday!
I drink about 6 cups (large) black a day at home ...plus 8 restretto espresso shots from Starbucks. I don't ever seem to get a headache from it and I also drink iced tea all day.
My doctor says I'm in excellent shape . But I think that is because I do not eat sugar or flour.
 

wnmech

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Jul 20, 2014
1,490
grand prairie tx.
I drink 2 12 oz cups in the morning one on my way to work at 3am and last cup with breakfast at work around 7am except for my days off then only a single cup in the morning.
 

gramps

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Jul 5, 2009
2,070
mankato, mn
I like coffee but generally a cup sometimes 2 on the weekend in the spring or fall. Sitting on the porch in the morning. Usually just me and my furry follower.
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f-body freak

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Nov 22, 2014
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northern ohio
^^^
Nice Gramps, lol. Never acquired the taste for coffee. I like the energy drinks. Don't abuse them tho. I'll drink 1 a day occasionally. 2or3 a week
 

tom3

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Aug 1, 1999
14,882
ohio
I discovered coffee about the same time I discovered cigarettes. Quit the smokes years ago but still drink my two cups of perc'd a day. Any less and here comes the headache. Still would like to have a hot cup of mud and a Marlboro though, high living there.
 

Cman

Member
Dec 7, 2013
58
New York
Drink coffee? Well yes.

Here's a form of coffee most people never see or even think about. The coffee "beans" you drink are roasted seeds from the fruit of coffee plant, called "cherries". They are harvested, wet milled, dried, and dry milled to create the "green bean" you see here. They are then roasted, ground and brewed. There's a lot of steps between the farm and your cup, and every step can make or break the quality.

My life is cars and coffee.

Kopi Luwak is wet processed by the digestive tract of a civet. A civet is closer to a mongoose than a monkey. No thanks.
 

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