War on Terror

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UploadedOctober 2, 2007
TakenOctober 2, 2007
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Exposure1/20 sec at f/5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
ISO100
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Senseo and Splenda are the chicory and "Buisman" of the War on Terror.

Chicory was used in wartime as a surrogate for coffee. Buisman is a well known Dutch coffeeflavouring brand from that era.

A good cup of coffee starts with good beans. There are many, many, many, many ways to brew a good cup out of them. A brushed aluminum Senseo machine is not one of them.

Job: Barista

Tools: Portafiller & Tamper

4 responses

  • Chris Wesseling

    Chris Wesseling said (2 Oct 2007):

    I guess that Senseo remark will cost me a lot of votes. But come on people.. Wake up and _taste_ the coffee!

  • Kirsten Alana

    Kirsten Alana said (4 Oct 2007):

    Nah, I think your description is dead on. I may be a coffee addict but I would never buy a Senseo.

  • Mary Sabertooth

    Mary Sabertooth said (12 Nov 2007):

    Nice Beans. In response to your "espresso machine no-no"....I am a current starbuckeys employeee and can use a "real espresso machine". I myself used to work and proudly hold down a "real espresso machine" cafe...."love" went into each drink. So please don't asuume starbucks employees are "latte-challenged". Remember all business's have their own unique way of running and may use their different "weapons of choice" depending own their goals. Have a great day.....hope your latte was as tasty as mine.

  • Farras Abdelnour

    Farras Abdelnour gave props (22 Jun 2008):

    Beautiful photo and awesome, fabulous title! (I m typing this from a cafe)

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