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Challenges COF to open mind, broaden experience

The COF & His Coffee Controversy: Thinks cafe downtown Columbia should have taste testing to open mind and tastes of people. (A new Trailtown USA idea? - A Progressive Coffee sampling tour?- CM)

Maury Lewis writes:
I like coffee most any way you can imagine. Hot, Cold, Black, with Cream, flavored. It is just a great base for all kinds of great drinks. I am not one of those that has to have a cup or several cups of coffee to get me going in the morning. My heavenly Father does that for me. I just like a good cup of coffee or maybe even a great glass of coffee any time of the day. I challenge COF that thinks just black or served with just cream to try something new today. Maybe the café downtown can have a taste testing to open the mind and taste of people. melewi in beautiful Joppa - Maury
Comments re article 66039 Epicureaan COF Best choose one or tother and stick with it



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