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Topic: Tried the Clover (2 msgs / 32 lines)
1) From: Seth Grandeau
I finally made it to the Starbucks near me with a Clover (which they call
"Pressed" Coffee.  It's not pressed, it's, well, sucked).  I opted for thei
100% Kona.   I won'[t say it was better than my fresh roasted SM Kona, but
it was, by far, the best cup of Starbucks I've ever had.  Not overroasted,
no bitters, no sours.  It was a very nice cup of coffee.  For $0.65 more
than their regular coffee, I strongly recommend a cup of Clover.  I also had
a very nice chat with the barista who was clearly excited about his Clover,
his company, and coffee in general.  Maybe their is hope...
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2) From: Paul Helbert
And you know what? If they start making good coffee it won't hurt a thing.
Ever notice how all the car dealers, plumbing wholesalers, etc. seem to gang
together?
On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 9:35 PM, Seth Grandeau  wrote:
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Paul Helbert
There are two ends on a candle; and for good reason. Burn 'em.
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