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Topic: French roast + in the Philippines (2 msgs / 49 lines)
1) From: Ross
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Hello fellow coffee snobs,
Today I am drinking coffee in the Philippines, they make fairly good =
coffee here even though they expect you to load it with cream and sugar =
which I do not do.  I have switched to San Miguel so that's it for the =
coffee report.  I can comment further on the beer however, normally I =
drink straight San Miguel but someone turned me on to San Miguel Light-- =
better for the waist line and it has less of a formaldehyde after taste =
than the regular San Miguel beer.  At 60 cents a beer what's a little =
formaldehyde, and if I knew how to spell formaldehyde I would probably =
not be here, I'd be a poor college biology student or a biology teacher, =
(that was for Sue the list schoolmarm,  I can now visualize her with a =
ruler in her hand ready to whack me.)
Signing off, will report again from Japan.  Just to be a little bit more =
informative I will inquire about the coffee origin and roast tomorrow =
morning.
Ross  

2) From: Aaron
Ross, wow it's been years.  SanMiguel ahh yes, that brings back 
memories, that and Mojo...
I believe there is Sanny Green and a red or brown label... one of them 
is nasty, one is not so nasty.. get out of the squid towns if you can 
and get some of the good beer.
there are other local beers too I believe, I just can't remember that 
should be good as well.  Nothing like a good cup of coffee to help the 
hangover, but after drinking that stuff all night you'll be able to **** 
through a screendoor and not leave a stain.. ugh..
If I remember there was one little coffee shop (probably long gone by 
now) that had decent espresso's,  some drink that was espresso like, and 
the sugar was this syrupy stuff they put in it...(not good for 
hangovers) and they had an americano cappucino, or what they exactly 
called it I forget, but it was a cappucino made with whipped cream 
instead of milk.... go figure...
enjoy your stay, and when you are in japan,  the Absinthe is good, and 
if you get some rattlesnake sake, it's something  to try once as well.
Take care
Aaron


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