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Old 11-12-2014, 03:29 PM   #51
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Caffein is what makes one jittery. Tea also contains caffein. Need a better solution than tea!!!
Tea has much less than coffee and you can get herbal teas that have none, if you really want to cut the caffeine. There is always root beer! (the no-caffeine ones)
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Old 11-12-2014, 03:40 PM   #52
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Hi: BCnomad... Sorry No!!! The Bourbon is avail. in Ontario Liquor Stores though!!! Alf
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I know we're talking coffee, but I was in Louisville on Monday, and the bar we ate lunch at has 650 different brands of Bourbon. I had no idea they even made that many, let alone having them all in one place.
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I know we're talking coffee, but I was in Louisville on Monday, and the bar we ate lunch at has 650 different brands of Bourbon. I had no idea they even made that many, let alone having them all in one place.
Did you try them all?
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Old 11-12-2014, 04:01 PM   #54
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How does one 'overdo' coffee? (as he shakes in the background)....
He can quite anytime he wants to!

When I was going in for surgery and couldn't eat or drink anything that morning, I mentioned to the nurses that I had a headache from no caffeine that morning. They asked if I wanted them to put some into my IV drip. I thought they were kidding, but they said that they really could.
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Old 11-12-2014, 04:20 PM   #55
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He can quite anytime he wants to!

When I was going in for surgery and couldn't eat or drink anything that morning, I mentioned to the nurses that I had a headache from no caffeine that morning. They asked if I wanted them to put some into my IV drip. I thought they were kidding, but they said that they really could.
I'd of asked for the "Bourbon drip"

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Old 11-12-2014, 04:21 PM   #56
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I'll take mine on the side, please. I want nothing to taint the wonderful flavour of my coffee. I do like to have a snifter of some other nice taste on the side.

I am pretty sure I out do the average Finn in my coffee consumption, though I do not over do it like some either.
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Are you chasing the bourbon with coffee, or chasing the coffee with bourbon?

Either way, I like your style.
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@Alf, wil see if the local BC store has a sampler pack of delicious bourbons.

@rbryan4, must not tell one of my good friends that. He would likely fly down ASAP.

@thoer, that is a good thing to know.
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Old 11-12-2014, 04:26 PM   #58
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Tea has much less than coffee and you can get herbal teas that have none, if you really want to cut the caffeine. There is always root beer! (the no-caffeine ones)
No way in H-E-Double L. I'm not giving up my caffeine, no way no how. It was Mr. Baglo who suggested people were getting to jittery, and to drink tea instead.
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There is always root beer! (the no-caffeine ones)
Until 2010, all root beer (and any soft drink other than cola) was caffeine-free in Canada; unfortunately, now you need to read the label.
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Until 2010, all root beer (and any soft drink other than cola) was caffeine-free in Canada; unfortunately, now you need to read the label.
Why would that be? Was it some sort of regulation that was lifted, or was it just that retailers chose only to sell non-caffeinated soft drinks?
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