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14 years 8 months ago #1028 by Coffee Freak
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Anyone know of Coffee Motif Kitchenware? Plates, cups, bowls, serving tray, utensils anything and Everything!

i]Editor asks: Do you have anything to say about these products, or is this just an ad?[/i<br><br>Post edited by: dave, at: 2006/03/24 02:51
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14 years 8 months ago #1049 by colin
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Thanks Dave - yes, coffeefreak:
We have zero tolerance for web weasels, site wonks, spam referers and the like.
You look like you are plugging something -- but we are not entirely clear.
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14 years 8 months ago #1072 by Dissappointed Coffee Freak
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Nope! I just want to find stuff, you are a bit harsh. Guessing no one can help.
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14 years 8 months ago #1075 by dave
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Coffee Freak,

That's why we did leave your message here, but the intent wasn't clear (especially with the capital letters, &quot;everything!&quot; and jumbo size tag).

Do you want us to list all of the possible coffee-branded kitchen items in existence? Our favourite items? No, I'm not trying to be difficult, but can you lower the scope of your question so that we can take a stab at it?

You are likely to find coffee motif paraphenalia all over the place, as vendors try to cash in on the new &quot;gourmet coffee&quot; consciousness in the market. Much of what I have seen is often whimsical and doesn't necessarily reflect much real coffee knowledge - nothing wrong with that - common examples being items strewn with words like latte, cafe, caffe, coffee, mocha, iced coffee, venti, grande etc. in various spellings.


Did you catch the Francis-Francis lookalike tea-kettle on the blog page? I thought that one was pretty funny.

You may find these things anywhere, particularly at small and independent kitchen shops or country stores for the more colourful examples. Department stores, Walmarts, Targets may have blander versions. Dollar stores will likely have something.

I have yet to see much that reflects knowledge of the difference between an espresso and expresso, or a latt
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