Comments on: Quitting Coffee Geek Culture & Tech Expert: How Can I Help You Today? Wed, 25 Nov 2015 01:28:28 +0000 hourly 1 By: Expert gospel Thu, 18 Oct 2007 14:28:33 +0000 What is morally wrong can never be advantageous, even when it enables you to make some gain that you believe to be to your advantage — Marcus Tullius Cicero

By: Anonymous Fri, 04 Jan 2002 02:04:22 +0000 (Okay, Chris Actually suggested I post this soooo)
Okay, you wrote: “Quitting Coffee 09:49PM
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Dee Gordon sent me a link to Teeccino earlier this morning:
Herbal coffee is a blend of herbs, grains, fruits and nuts that are roasted, ground and brewed just like coffee. Teeccino is the first herbal coffee on the market. Dark, rich, and full-bodied, Teeccino brings you all the satisfaction of a robust brew with no caffeine reaction.
Weird. I'm tempted to order a can just to see how it stands up. I did pretty good today with my Peet's; I made “7 cups” but only drank half of the brew.”

By: Anonymous Thu, 03 Jan 2002 05:34:10 +0000 never had a cup of peet's myself, but if i'm ever in the area i will. there is
something called chock full o nuts….it's an over the counter blend that
call's it's self a coffee. i have found a coffee that is worth the wait, it is
brought out once a year by starbucks. it's there holiday/christmas blend,
umm umm good. as for the herbal….it doesn't get rid of the caffine

By: Anonymous Wed, 02 Jan 2002 22:56:43 +0000 herbal roasts sound about as good as Postum –
sounds to me as if you need to get back to the mid-west a.s.a.p. Have you tried roasting dogfood for your morning brew? [LOL]

By: Anonymous Wed, 02 Jan 2002 20:42:54 +0000 Hey! What happened to my paragraph breaks in my last post?

By: Anonymous Wed, 02 Jan 2002 20:41:35 +0000 Chris, Chris, Chris, Chris, Chris…
Quitting coffee? Just one cup of Peet's a day? Say it ain't so!
Before you take the fateful plunge and try some herbal substitute (egad!), you've gotta consider some quality decafs.
Caffeine can do some strange things to ya. I went cold turkey a few years ago and my life benefitted. But I never gave up my treasured cups of joe and espresso.
The secret to great decaf is that you've got to roast your own beans. It's not as weird or expensive or difficult as some think. Heck, I've got a roast going right now as I write!
And the taste? Well, you'll never go back to someone else's roast. Right now, I'm very partial to a spectacular Ethiopian Ghimbi that blows away decaf doubters. and will tell you much more, of course. And check out my favorite supplier of green beans–
Vive le java!