My Summer Coffee

Posted on: August 25, 2011

Summer Coffee... from cold to warm!

I found that I can make a cup* of coffee last me an entire day during the summer. Of course, an Iced Venti Coffee (nothing but coffee) from Starbucks is the perfect treat, but a good, filtered coffee will do. I begin the day with it fresh, iced, cold and refreshing. As I lazily sip on the coffee, by mid-day it becomes lukewarm. It’s still very drinkable and gives me that little afternoon perk I so often need. After running errands in the van, the coffee becomes warm. A perfect way to end the day. It’s all good. I’m hoping my winter coffee will work in reverse.

*the word “cup” is used loosely here. It can mean anything from four ounces to 22 ounces.

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