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Default Starbucks Korea Now Using Real Cups

On Jan 21, 8:38*am, sf > wrote:
> On Fri, 21 Jan 2011 06:11:14 -0500, "jmcquown" >
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> > "sf" > wrote in message
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> > > On Wed, 19 Jan 2011 07:23:50 -0800 (PST), ImStillMags
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> > >> I love a latte in a ceramic cup...a big round one with the foam
> > >> swirled in a pretty pattern.

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> > > The Starbucks I go to give you a real mug if you're not ordering take
> > > out.

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> > Thank Bast there isn't a Starbuck's here! *I finally broke down and bought a
> > cup when I was moving. *I've never tasted such bad coffee. *Who cares if you
> > can bring your own mug? *It tastes like they burned the beans. *It's just
> > gawd awful. *I like my coffee black and strong but definitely not like the
> > crap they're selling for $5 a cup.

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> Huh. *I don't have a clue about your taste in coffee, but I know most
> of Starbucks haters don't have my taste. *I went to Starbucks a few
> weeks ago after a long hiatus (in terms of years). *I don't go to
> coffee shops very often and if I have a choice, it's Peets. *Anyway, I
> had no issue with the quality of Starbuck's coffee, but I thought the
> brew was too weak. *I ordered regular coffee, not a frou frou
> something or other with foam on it, and it wasn't even close to $5.
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Starbucks just sells that Pike Place garbage any more. You can get a
better cup at McDonald's.