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« Reply #15 on: May 14, 2011, 10:32:54 AM »

Outback/Coolibah do a good job. They have de-caf espresso etc as well.

I'm not an expert, but doesn't de-caf espresso sort of defeat the purpose? A bit like non-alcoholic beers...

Yes you're right. It does in a way. Thanks to 35 odd years of abusing my system, I now find myself on quacks orders to have no more than 3 'real' coffees a day. So as I love the stuff, I then go onto de-caf. Tastes the same, just no buzz or bowel acceleration! :)


Lemons ...maybe its just you :teehee:    Ive been drinking black Coffee no sugar for over 30 years and I dont think that Caffeine has any effect at all, And I drink 15/20 cups a day....I dont think its made any difference to me at all (space for Speargun joke) to me apart from making me uglier.....
    A recent report said that women who drink Coffee are less likely to get Breast Cancer.......my Breast implants are really paying off now  :up: :up:

Unfortunately caffeine does raise ones heartbeat. Wont go into my boring medical medical crap, but de-caf is a compromise that I accept.

I'm kind of in medical handcuffs at present. Have insurance - cant risk being without it - have already had a major claim. So here I am in Thailand, and if I am detected not following doctors orders, (and one of many is only 3 coffees a day), the insurer can, and would love to, walk - and I'm in a real pickle! Any admission includes a full tox screen and caffeine is included in that. Sigh!
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« Reply #16 on: May 14, 2011, 10:45:41 AM »

Maybe went because his bungalows on Otres got demolished.    :animal:
Looks like they've put everything into the new Cinderella Guesthouse, across from Mick & Craigs
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« Reply #17 on: May 14, 2011, 01:46:59 PM »

Outback/Coolibah do a good job. They have de-caf espresso etc as well.

I'm not an expert, but doesn't de-caf espresso sort of defeat the purpose? A bit like non-alcoholic beers...

Yes you're right. It does in a way. Thanks to 35 odd years of abusing my system, I now find myself on quacks orders to have no more than 3 'real' coffees a day. So as I love the stuff, I then go onto de-caf. Tastes the same, just no buzz or bowel acceleration! :)


Lemons ...maybe its just you :teehee:    Ive been drinking black Coffee no sugar for over 30 years and I dont think that Caffeine has any effect at all, And I drink 15/20 cups a day....I dont think its made any difference to me at all (space for Speargun joke) to me apart from making me uglier.....
    A recent report said that women who drink Coffee are less likely to get Breast Cancer.......my Breast implants are really paying off now  :up: :up:

Unfortunately caffeine does raise ones heartbeat. Wont go into my boring medical medical crap, but de-caf is a compromise that I accept.

I'm kind of in medical handcuffs at present. Have insurance - cant risk being without it - have already had a major claim. So here I am in Thailand, and if I am detected not following doctors orders, (and one of many is only 3 coffees a day), the insurer can, and would love to, walk - and I'm in a real pickle! Any admission includes a full tox screen and caffeine is included in that. Sigh!


Thats a bummer.....couldn't live without coffee :wub:
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« Reply #18 on: May 14, 2011, 03:24:45 PM »

Lemons...does that mean...no alcohol and no smoking ? and diet ..no red meat, dairy or fatty foods ?

Whats your pleasure now ?
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« Reply #19 on: May 14, 2011, 03:55:30 PM »

Lemons...does that mean...no alcohol and no smoking ? and diet ..no red meat, dairy or fatty foods ?

Whats your pleasure now ?

No grog, diabetic diet - which isn't so bad, and as for the smokes - Shhhh! Fortunately bar girls are sugar free. :)
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« Reply #20 on: May 22, 2011, 05:37:09 PM »

There is the best coffee for me: Holy Cow
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« Reply #21 on: May 22, 2011, 08:24:19 PM »

Always liked the Holy Cow, but never tried the coffee ...... may give it a go next time i'm in there :up:
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« Reply #22 on: May 23, 2011, 10:59:05 AM »

I've never found the coffee in Freedom that bad. At $1 its passable but not a huge cup. The Viet/Cambo coffee which is cheap and they love to sell you at also $1, you either love it or hate it. For me it's the latter, it tastes like mud unless you put in condensed mik then only just bearable, but shure not the taste of coffee I grew up with. Even Nescafe instant is better. But some folk enjoy fish sauce (made from fermented rotting fish :omg:) and Durian, so each to their own.
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« Reply #23 on: June 07, 2011, 04:34:02 PM »

Hello people.

Right, I'm not saying we are the best but we are not bad at:

1: Cappuccino.
2: Latte (hot or iced) Iced with brown palm sugar is my fave.
3: Espresso with at least 1mm of creamer. :bow: now that we have decent Italian coffee.
4: Macchiato.

We have an espresso machine brought down from PP and also have the right tools to cream and foam milk.

Prices range from $1.50 - $2.50.

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