Coffee: The Greatest Addiction Ever [Video]


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So, apart from me, who else here thinks coffee is the greatest addiction of all time? :)

My personal favorite coffee spot (in the region of Montreal): Caffè Art Java. What’s yours?

[Via Neatorama]





9 Responses to Coffee: The Greatest Addiction Ever [Video]

  1. Brilliant video,  don't feel so guilty about being completely and utterly addicted to coffee anymore…DOPAMINE!!! Favourite coffee spot, D'Nisi's in Kirkintilloch… :)

  2. Brilliant video,  don't feel so guilty about being completely and utterly addicted to coffee anymore…DOPAMINE!!! Favourite coffee spot, D'Nisi's in Kirkintilloch… :)

  3. So what if I have to drink an entire pot before I'm ready for the day? So what if I don't go to bed until 4AM? Favorite coffee spot – Cafe Coco in Nashville, TN

  4. Awesome video!
    I actually live in a coffee growing country, but only have a cup once every blue moon… Favorite coffee spot?? Mmm… Don't know yet… But I might soon be able to try the Caffè Art Java that you mention…

  5. Am I the only one who does not like coffee?

    In my 23 years I have never drank a cup.
    Tasted it sure, but after realizing it only burns your tongue, and smells/tastes horrible I have not tried again…

  6. In Montreal too, I like going to Ceramic Cafe Studio… not necessarly for their coffee though, you can just sit and paint ceramic pieces (like cups). I made some great Star Trek cups :D

  7. I despised coffee for a long time, and then I had friends who were baristas and participate in national and international competitions, so they encouraged me to try it.  In hanging out with these coffee snobs, I rapidly learned that there is excellent coffee and excellent espresso…and everything else is not worth my time.

    since I can't afford the excellent stuff, and all my barista friends moved to san francisco or los angeles because they're closer to most west coast competitions, I'm back to refusing to drink coffee.  *sigh*

    when I do have some extra cash, though, there are two places here in Vancouver (not B.C), Washington (not D.C.) that I love: Lava Java in Ridgefield, and Savona, which is on the Waterfront.  They serve Stumptown and Cafe D'arte roasts, respectively, which are two of the best brands we have around here.

    mm, I want some stumptown, now…

  8. I despised coffee for a long time, and then I had friends who were baristas and participate in national and international competitions, so they encouraged me to try it.  In hanging out with these coffee snobs, I rapidly learned that there is excellent coffee and excellent espresso…and everything else is not worth my time.

    since I can't afford the excellent stuff, and all my barista friends moved to san francisco or los angeles because they're closer to most west coast competitions, I'm back to refusing to drink coffee.  *sigh*

    when I do have some extra cash, though, there are two places here in Vancouver (not B.C), Washington (not D.C.) that I love: Lava Java in Ridgefield, and Savona, which is on the Waterfront.  They serve Stumptown and Cafe D'arte roasts, respectively, which are two of the best brands we have around here.

    mm, I want some stumptown, now…

  9. I despised coffee for a long time, and then I had friends who were baristas and participate in national and international competitions, so they encouraged me to try it.  In hanging out with these coffee snobs, I rapidly learned that there is excellent coffee and excellent espresso…and everything else is not worth my time.

    since I can’t afford the excellent stuff, and all my barista friends moved to san francisco or los angeles because they’re closer to most west coast competitions, I’m back to refusing to drink coffee.  *sigh*

    when I do have some extra cash, though, there are two places here in Vancouver (not B.C), Washington (not D.C.) that I love: Lava Java in Ridgefield, and Savona, which is on the Waterfront.  They serve Stumptown and Cafe D’arte roasts, respectively, which are two of the best brands we have around here.

    mm, I want some stumptown, now…