Monday, 26 December 2011

100 words: Coffee


Some people love tea and some people love coffee; I, myself, find pleasure in both of them.

This morning I woke up craving coffee. I went to the kitchen and discovered that we ran out of ground coffee. I went to the storage room and found an unopened box of coffee beans. 

I slowly opened the box and enjoyed the perfect smell of fresh coffee beans for a long moment before I put it into the grinder.

The smell of fresh coffee overwhelmed the kitchen as I sat down and enjoyed a quiet morning with a fresh cup of coffee. 



Photo taken from here.

9 comments:

  1. It's a good thing I'm drinking coffee right now or I would be extremely jealous of you. =D
    Tea is good and I drink it regularly but my real love is coffee.

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  2. Lovely post. Just on our way home for a coffee now!

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  3. I share your love for both coffee and tea! They are each excellent in their own right :) Loved the post.

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  4. Think I might need a cup of coffee after reading this, good to see you writing/posting again.

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  5. I do not drink either as a rule but if I had to chose I would chose tea..........I do not like the smell of coffee or the taste of coffee

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  6. I do love the smell of coffee, it is wondermus. Here lately I've given up soda and drinking sweet iced tea. Coffee and tea, yummm!

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  7. I love both... but probably prefer tea a little more.

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  8. mmmm coffee smells. I'm not so keen on drinking it, (as it's bitter and makes me shudder)but I could smell it all day!

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  9. @Sydneylk - Thank you for your lovely comment.

    @Dicky - Thank you, glad you liked it.

    @A random something - Thank you for stopping by and commenting :)

    @Abbey - Glad you liked it, thanks :)

    @Jo-Anne - Really, you don't drink either? That's interesting :)

    @Doria - Thanks for your comment sweetie :*

    @Lucy - Thank you for your comment.

    @Lizzie - It really smells delicious, doesn't it.

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