After a question by NYCineophile I realized that i have not properly expressed in this blog my love for coffee. I'm actually trying to drink a little less of the caffienated stuff…
I thought I'd share a few pictures of my coffee experiences in Eritrea. These were taken in 2003, I was there in April and May to work in several of the hospitals. I've heard it isn't so nice as of today.
I'm a fan of coffee, but a very picky fan. I don't particularly like the French roasts or other very dark roast coffees. I will only go to Starbucks in a coffee emergency as I have found the coffee tastes a bit burnt….I'm a bigger fan of the independent coffee shops, but they are getting harder to find.
Panama is my favorite, but its rare in the US. It's the best I've ever had. Beyond that I'll go for a Kona, or oddly Sumatran. I like coffee plain with half and half and sugar, no fancy flavors. Lately though I have made an exception for the "Morning Buzz" blend, which has hazlenut. I like it as it has added caffiene, which can give me a boost. Everyone always laughs during our preshift meeting because I always announce when it is Morning Buzz day at the coffee shop in the hospital.
Hope you enjoy the photos.