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#18302 Oct 11 2012 at 1:23 PM Rating: Excellent
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#18303 Oct 11 2012 at 1:41 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah, well I'm drinking coffee that tastes like it was **** out by alley cats. So there.
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#18304 Oct 11 2012 at 1:49 PM Rating: Excellent
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Mine is what was left over in the pot after yesterday.

Yay microwaves! Smiley: yippee
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#18305 Oct 11 2012 at 2:44 PM Rating: Good
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I have one of these which is perfect for making a single cup of coffee. Old, bad or reheated coffee sounds beyond gross.
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#18306 Oct 11 2012 at 2:47 PM Rating: Excellent
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Not so bad when it's decent coffee to begin with. There's stuff that's not worth re-heating.
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#18307 Oct 11 2012 at 3:07 PM Rating: Good
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someproteinguy wrote:
There's stuff that's not worth re-heating.
Like coffee.
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#18308 Oct 11 2012 at 3:38 PM Rating: Excellent
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On the bright side it helps me cut down. Only did about 8oz today, and that's trending the right direction.
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#18309 Oct 11 2012 at 3:43 PM Rating: Good
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That's why I like my coffee machine, it makes 1 cup of coffee at a time so it's much easier to stick with 1 cup a day.
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#18310 Oct 11 2012 at 4:03 PM Rating: Excellent
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Yeah the Mrs. would jab me with something pointy if I tried that...
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#18311 Oct 11 2012 at 4:27 PM Rating: Decent
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
Old, bad or reheated coffee sounds beyond gross.

FTFY.
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#18312 Oct 11 2012 at 4:37 PM Rating: Good
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You can also make 2 cups of coffee at the same time with that machine so you'd both have one. Smiley: tongue

Edit: Theo prefers tea?

Edited, Oct 12th 2012 12:40am by Aethien
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#18313 Oct 11 2012 at 5:03 PM Rating: Good
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someproteinguy wrote:
Mine is what was left over in the pot after yesterday.

Yay microwaves! Smiley: yippee


Oh, god. You didn't seriously microwave old coffee, did you?
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#18314 Oct 11 2012 at 5:08 PM Rating: Good
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I thought you wouldn't say no to anything brown, caffeinated and vaguely coffee like Maz.


edit: Awesome table is awesome.

Edited, Oct 12th 2012 1:28am by Aethien
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#18315 Oct 11 2012 at 5:30 PM Rating: Good
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I'd rather microwave a cup of water and add instant coffee than reheat old coffee. Yuck. I'll be the first to admit that I have very, very low standards, but I do have some.

Edit: That table looks extremely frustrating to use. Imagine having to fetch a pen from the drawer and spending the next 10 minutes trying to make all the drawers stay closed. I'm not surprised that an Asian dude made it, though.

Edited, Oct 12th 2012 1:33am by Mazra
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#18316 Oct 11 2012 at 5:45 PM Rating: Good
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If you gently close a drawer there won't be enough air pressure to open any others. I've been looking at various of the graduation projects from last year on that site and there's so many brilliant things in there. Most are very much conceptual of course but it's clear why the Design Academy is considered to be one of the best industrial design schools in the world.
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#18317 Oct 11 2012 at 6:19 PM Rating: Good
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Hey Fishy, you go to University of Texas, right? If so, did you do this? Eh? did you?
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#18318 Oct 11 2012 at 6:30 PM Rating: Good
Ha! No, I didn't do that, but I wish I had.

Edit: I thought that building didn't look familiar. That was actually at the University of Toronto.

Edited, Oct 11th 2012 8:31pm by IDrownFish
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#18319 Oct 11 2012 at 6:49 PM Rating: Good
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Oh, oops. I saw U of T and figured it'd be texas Smiley: lol
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#18320 Oct 11 2012 at 7:10 PM Rating: Good
There's quite a few, which gets really annoying when you're trying to google something. Smiley: bah

University of Tampa, University of Toronto, University of Tennessee, University of Texas, etc...
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#18321 Oct 11 2012 at 7:21 PM Rating: Good
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Whelp, at least it's only confusing. There used to be a university in the Netherlands that was called the Katholieke Universiteit Twente (catholic university of Twente). Unfortunately, kut is the Dutch word for c*nt.

They changed their name very very quickly once people started shortening the name.
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#18322 Oct 11 2012 at 7:23 PM Rating: Decent
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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
Edit: Theo prefers tea?

I don't drink any caffeine, actually. I use granola bars and stuff like that to get my caloric energy at the beginning of the day, and drink water/gatorade throughout the day.

If I don't have anywhere to be early in the morning, I'll generally go out to a cafe and get french toast, bacon, and OJ. But that's not normal. Got **** to do.
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#18323 Oct 11 2012 at 7:26 PM Rating: Good
I wish I could do that. I'm usually running on multiple cups of coffee a day. This didn't use to be normal, but since joining rowing I've been making do with drastically reduced sleep.
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#18324 Oct 11 2012 at 7:57 PM Rating: Decent
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I wish I could do that. I'm usually running on multiple cups of coffee a day. This didn't use to be normal, but since joining rowing I've been making do with drastically reduced sleep.

I used to drink a lot of soda, thus, caffeine. But then I just decided one day to stop drinking caffeine, and now caffeine has crazy effects on me.

Imagine giving espresso to a four year-old. Yeah.

It's pretty nice for the nights when I don't get a lot of sleep (Smiley: wink), because one soda or cup of coffee and I'm good for the rest of the day.
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#18325 Oct 11 2012 at 8:09 PM Rating: Good
Yeah, I'm drinking a 16 ounce of blonde roast coffee (the stuff with the most caffeine and lightest flavor) about 5/7 days a week. I've been making it myself at home to save money, and today i bought the instant coffee mixes of the blend I usually buy. I want to give it a try and see how it tastes, because I'm lazy and impatient. Plus it makes less noise than the air tight canister I've been using to store my coffee in, which is good since my sister works graveyard and she's usually asleep by the time I'm making myself coffee.

Protein, I might have to disown you for reheating your coffee in a microwave.
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#18326 Oct 11 2012 at 8:38 PM Rating: Good
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I wish I could do that. I'm usually running on multiple cups of coffee a day. This didn't use to be normal, but since joining rowing I've been making do with drastically reduced sleep.
Force yourself to drink less. Sucks the first week but you'll get used to it. Also no crippling headaches if you don't drink coffee for a day or two.
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#18327 Oct 11 2012 at 9:52 PM Rating: Good
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I really should've gone to bed a few hours ago, I need to get up in about 90 minutes...
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#18328 Oct 12 2012 at 12:58 AM Rating: Good
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i had beers. i had coffee

the cat **** coffee is good i have had

i prefer beers. and haz many

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#18329 Oct 12 2012 at 5:16 AM Rating: Good
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i had beers. i had coffee

the cat **** coffee is good i have had

i prefer beers. and haz many

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Cool post. I am looking at prices for venison and wild boar. ****'s expensive as **** but I really want some.
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#18330 Oct 12 2012 at 7:55 AM Rating: Good
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There used to be a place here called ... Greenleaves? Green something, that served meat. Just meat. Venison, boar, beef, chicken. They had these little nubby things that looked like two chess pawns bottoms fused together, half red half green. You'd flip it to green and they'd just keep serving you various meats. No menu, they just carted out the currently cooked dead animal to your table and serve you. I think there may have been a salad bar at the far corner of the building, but **** that, you had meat. I wish that place still existed.
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#18331 Oct 12 2012 at 8:01 AM Rating: Good
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IDrownFish of the Seven Seas wrote:
I wish I could do that. I'm usually running on multiple cups of coffee a day. This didn't use to be normal, but since joining rowing I've been making do with drastically reduced sleep.
Force yourself to drink less. Sucks the first week but you'll get used to it. Also no crippling headaches if you don't drink coffee for a day or two.


Yeah, but that first week is spent with a nonstop crippling headache so no thanks.
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#18332 Oct 12 2012 at 8:06 AM Rating: Good
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Yeah, don't switch to one cup a day instantly, just gradually build it down.
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#18333 Oct 12 2012 at 8:22 AM Rating: Excellent
I've never had a problem just stopping drinking coffee. I really enjoy it, but thankfully I appear to suffer no ill effects from just stopping. The thing I miss most is a hot liquid drink, I can just drink herbal teas or hot water and it satisfies the habit.

I gave up caffeine for a couple months, not just coffee,
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#18334 Oct 12 2012 at 9:28 AM Rating: Good
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The beer in question being Kopi Loewak by De Molen. It's a rpetty **** good stout with lots and lots of coffee flavours and a little fruitiness in there as well. Surprisingly it's not bitter at all even with the coffee and the 83 IBU.

Edit: Or maybe I'm just jaded about the bitterness after all the hop bombs I've had over the past few months.

Edit2: Protein, this should be moderately interesting to you, from the wiki article on Kopi Luwak:
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Several studies have examined the process in which the animal's stomach acids and enzymes digest the beans' covering and ferment the beans.[12][13][14] Research by food scientist Massimo Marcone at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada showed that the civet's endogenous digestive secretions seep into the beans. These secretions carry proteolytic enzymes which break down the beans' proteins, yielding shorter peptides and more free amino acids. Since the flavor of coffee owes much to its proteins, there is a hypothesis that this shift in the numbers and kinds of proteins in beans after being swallowed by civets brings forth their unique flavor. The proteins are also involved in non-enzymatic Maillard browning reactions brought about later by roasting. Moreover, while inside a civet the beans begin to germinate by malting which also lowers their bitterness.[15][16]


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What I think about when I read research like this: At some point in time, someone thought it would be a good idea to pick through civet guano and pick out the coffee beans, then brew them and drink the brew. This leads me to conclude that in the civet's natural habitat there must be a plant or fungus that contains a substance which produces mind-altering effects, such as psilocybin perhaps.

Now we have a somewhat reasonable explanation. Man is hungry. Man sees peyote button and eats it. Man starts to hear colors and see sounds. Man sees civet pooh and, looking closer, sees what looks like little tiny peyote buttons in it that have little faces on them that are calling out to him to eat them. Man picks through civit pooh and eats coffee beans. Voila! After that, it's not a big jump to brewing those beans.

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#18337 Oct 12 2012 at 9:39 AM Rating: Good
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I've never had a problem just stopping drinking coffee. I really enjoy it, but thankfully I appear to suffer no ill effects from just stopping. The thing I miss most is a hot liquid drink, I can just drink herbal teas or hot water and it satisfies the habit.

I gave up caffeine for a couple months, not just coffee,
Lucky you. When I still drank more than 1 cup a day I got excruciating headaches if I hadn't had coffee in 8 hours or so. @#%^ing sucked.

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What I think about when I read research like this: At some point in time, someone thought it would be a good idea to pick through civet guano and pick out the coffee beans, then brew them and drink the brew. This leads me to conclude that in the civet's natural habitat there must be a plant or fungus that contains a substance which produces mind-altering effects, such as psilocybin perhaps.

Now we have a somewhat reasonable explanation. Man is hungry. Man sees peyote button and eats it. Man starts to hear colors and see sounds. Man sees civet pooh and, looking closer, sees what looks like little tiny peyote buttons in it that have little faces on them that are calling out to him to eat them. Man picks through civit pooh and eats coffee beans. Voila! After that, it's not a big jump to brewing those beans.
Not quite. You can thank my greedy ancestors for this coffee. Basically the Dutch planted coffee in Indonesia but forbade the locals to drink it because it was meant for export. Locals wanted some of that stuff too and they figured out civet cats eat coffee berries so they gathered the beans from the ****, roasted them and discovered that it was super tasty, apparently.


Edited, Oct 12th 2012 6:00pm by Aethien
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#18339 Oct 12 2012 at 11:25 AM Rating: Excellent
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Lucky you. When I still drank more than 1 cup a day I got excruciating headaches if I hadn't had coffee in 8 hours or so. @#%^ing sucked.

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#18341 Oct 12 2012 at 11:33 AM Rating: Good
I only get caffeine headaches if I go a full day without having any. Soda can satisfy those needs too, so it doesn't have to be coffee.
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Determining if a sentence was a palindrome or a pangram took me the better part of a day. This one took about 15 minutes and was a lot more fun.

verse1 = 'bottles of beer on the wall,' 
verse2 = 'bottles of beer.' 
verse3 = 'Take one down and pass it around,' 
verse4 = 'bottles of beer on the wall.' 
verse1b = 'bottle of beer on the wall,' 
verse2b = 'bottle of beer.' 
verse4b = 'bottle of beer on the wall.' 
verse4c = 'no more bottles of beer on the wall.' 
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while a > 0: 
    if a > 2:     
        b = a - 1     
        print a, verse1, a, verse2 
        print verse3, b, verse4 
        a = b 
    elif a == 2: 
        b = a - 1  
        print a, verse1, a, verse2 
        print verse3, b, verse4b 
        a = b 
    else: 
        b = a - 1  
        print a, verse1b, a, verse2b 
        print verse3, verse4c 
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#18343 Oct 12 2012 at 3:32 PM Rating: Good
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There's quite a few of those down here. Not by the same name, but same style. Most of them are Brazilian steak houses, with my favorite (and most expensive) one being a place called Fogo de Chao.

God that place is good.

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Determining if a sentence was a palindrome or a pangram took me the better part of a day. This one took about 15 minutes and was a lot more fun.

verse1 = 'bottles of beer on the wall,' 
verse2 = 'bottles of beer.' 
verse3 = 'Take one down and pass it around,' 
verse4 = 'bottles of beer on the wall.' 
verse1b = 'bottle of beer on the wall,' 
verse2b = 'bottle of beer.' 
verse4b = 'bottle of beer on the wall.' 
verse4c = 'no more bottles of beer on the wall.' 
a = 99 
b = '' 
while a > 0: 
    if a > 2:     
        b = a - 1     
        print a, verse1, a, verse2 
        print verse3, b, verse4 
        a = b 
    elif a == 2: 
        b = a - 1  
        print a, verse1, a, verse2 
        print verse3, b, verse4b 
        a = b 
    else: 
        b = a - 1  
        print a, verse1b, a, verse2b 
        print verse3, verse4c 
        a = b


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We do a lot of stuff with python around the lab, and there's only one guy here who knows it. His work is piling up, so I'm trying to teach myself enough to help out with the simple stuff (thankfully not much we use it for here is very complicated).

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I hate ******* python and it's ******* tab controlled control structures. ****
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#18347 Oct 12 2012 at 5:10 PM Rating: Good
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Lucky you. When I still drank more than 1 cup a day I got excruciating headaches if I hadn't had coffee in 8 hours or so. @#%^ing sucked.

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I drink a whole french press a day. It's 34 oz, so let's say 30 oz of coffee a day? About .9 liters...

I actually WAKE UP with a withdrawal headache. And if I make the mistake of drinking all of it too fast, I might end up with another headache in the afternoon (which I generally solve with tea).

I have a problem.

Thing is, I don't even care about the caffeine that much. I'd be happy with a fraction of the intake--just enough to perk me up because I have NEVER been a morning person. But I love coffee and the decaffeination process destroys the beans so decaff isn't nearly as good. D:
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#18349 Oct 12 2012 at 6:57 PM Rating: Good
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I drink a whole french press a day. It's 34 oz, so let's say 30 oz of coffee a day? About .9 liters...
That's a lot of caffeine - french press no less. I don't think I quite hit a quart of coffee a day, but I guess about 24oz. I suppose that's not such a big difference.

I use a Melita drip pot at home with the brown cone filters, and have been seriously considering getting a porcelain cone. But, I may just forgo that and go straight to the AeroPress.
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#18350 Oct 12 2012 at 7:09 PM Rating: Good
One of my coworkers was telling me the other day, that the finer the grind, the stronger the coffee. So like, French Press would be pretty weak coffee and Turkish would be pretty strong. Is that accurate? Is there really any point to the different grinds besides what sort of coffee maker you happen to have?
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#18351 Oct 12 2012 at 10:44 PM Rating: Good
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Well, it's not quite the same thing. I mean, Turkish is finely ground, sure, but it's also served with those fine grounds IN it. The ground size isn't going to make much of a difference if you are actually ingesting the beans.

French presses generally use coarse ground coffee, but it's steeped in the boiling water for five minutes, unlike the drip which just filters down through a medium grind. So even if there's less overall surface area to extract the coffee's oils and caffeine from, there's a great deal more time to do so.

And if you are using a drip press with a paper filter, which I hope you aren't because FLAVOR, it'll further reduce caffeine content. Maybe not by a ton, but the paper filter will absorb the coffee's oils instead of transferring them to the pot, and a fair amount of caffeine will be locked in there with them. Only plus size is that it's better for your cholesterol.

Coffee also contains less caffeine as you increase the roast. Blonde roasts with the most, with dark roasts having had some of it burned out. Americans tend to favor Dark Roasts primarily because of a concerted marketing effort started by (what is now) Starbucks back in the 70s. The artisan coffee market is relatively new--until that point, farmers everywhere were growing completely for quantity, not quality. So Starbucks' marketing decided to roast the **** out of the coffee to give it a unique flavor, and get people to adjust to it so they could offer it as a premium product. That's the same reason French Roast is so dark--the type of coffee trees grown in old French colonies (Robusta) aren't engineered to provide premium flavor, they're designed for output. Heavy roasting is how you make them taste good, and the majority of french coffee supply still comes from those places (and French tastes formed off them).

But in the late 70s, early 80s (iirc), a cache of artisan coffee trees (a variety of arabica known as Mundo Novo iirc) were found in... Colombia? Peru? I don't remember... and the farmer who owned the land realized that they could actually properly produce their beans if grown at a higher altitude than most coffee was grown, which actually meant he could use land that was previously useless to him. What he discovered was that their yield was delicious, and he was able to sell those beans for astronomical costs compared to normal beans.

And thus the artisan coffee market was born.

So, nowadays, if you have really good beans, you should favor a blonde roast. Less-awesome beans, medium roast. You're normal Arabica or (especially) Robusta? Dark roast it is.

#Random history lesson of the day because I love coffee and I love history

Okay, another random history lesson, one of my professors was a top scholar on the French Revolution and she's convinced coffee had a huge role in causing both the revolution and the Terror. The popularity of the French Salon had boomed earlier that century, and their popularity had only spread (to the point where many middle class artisans and even the lower class were frequenting coffeehouses almost as frequently as taverns). These became the headquarters for revolutionary ideas, and were driving forces behind the writers and leaders who eventually began the movement.

And for essentially the entirety of the revolution, all of its leaders were sleeping only a handful of hours a night, but drinking coffee all day long. Quite literally, nearly all revolutionaries were dealing with extensive sleep deprivation all the time, which was probably a huge factor in fueling the national paranoia that gripped France from 1792 through 1794.

So yeah, coffee may have been a huge, and often overlooked, cause one of the bloodiest revolutions in popular memory.
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