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Posted: 10/30/20 03:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How many here have poured a cup of coffee and forgotten it until cold and gotten another, of forgotten a hot cup already poured, and poured another ,t a couple more. I Left a cup under the Kureig, went about something,it was until cold a while ago. yesterday I did it twice. Adn I have poured a cup, left hot, went to do something else and poured another cup, got distracted left it poured another cup. I realized at some point when I went to get another cup that there were three cold cups of coffee in the dining room, breakfast nook, and kitchen.
Wife was not amused. She said i have to wash all the cups and when I want one they are all dirty or sitting around full of cold coffee.
Fess up and no fibbing that you never did it, there are women present.

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Well I don't often (if ever) have multiple cups of cold Coffee.
But I'm drinking cold coffee as I type.
But I don't often do that.


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Posted: 10/30/20 05:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2 cups by the sink,1 mine,other is hers. Rarely have cold coffee,I pour it,I sit and enjoy it...most times wont even answer the phone.[emoticon]


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My coffee goes in a Contigo insulated travel mug that keeps it hot for many hours. Not that I need it to stay hot that long, 'cause coffee is way too important to ever forget.


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Cold coffee is why microwaves were invented... [emoticon]


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Dutch_12078 wrote:

Cold coffee is why microwaves were invented... [emoticon]
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I haven't yet found a decent reheating mug that has a capacity of a pint, that isn't heavy even when empty. Either they are too tall for the microwave or inch thick fired ceramic. I would love to find microwave proof plastic.

I have a non-vacuum Thermos mug but wonder if going to full vacuum is worth the cost.

I have a dream of creating a coffee container that utilizes full vacuum for storage, vacuum like what an air conditioner purge develops. Dreamer!

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bukhrn wrote:

Dutch_12078 wrote:

Cold coffee is why microwaves were invented... [emoticon]
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If I start leaving full cups of coffee around long enough to go cold....time to put a leash on me so I don't stray off


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Back in the old days, when I was a kid, my grandmother would make iced coffee, I thought it was really good. I've tried to make it but it never tastes as good as I remember

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Primero

Te necesitas No Es Cafe (Nescafe)

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Cafe de la Olla

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