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MarkPrince
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Posted Fri Dec 14, 2001, 2:07am
Subject: Espresso Con Panna!
 

Espresso Con Panna!

Espresso is, admittedly, an aquired taste, and many still haven't "aquired" the taste for it yet. This drink is an easy, tasty way to introduce them to the nectar of coffee.
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Posted Sun Dec 30, 2001, 9:57am
Subject: Lazy ones - Warning
 

You should keep in mind that if you decide to use a cream from a can, make sure you take the free gas from the can in a free space before the cream starts to go out. Otherwise, the coffee will splash all over.
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Posted Tue Feb 19, 2002, 9:52pm
Subject: Splenda? Skim milk? Cream in a can? Are you serious?
 

I'm sorry, but I have to speak up for the purists.

How can you be serious about coffee if your adulterate it with Splenda (aka Sucralose)? I only have one word for this stuff:

AAARRRGGHHHHHHHH!!!!!! It tastes filthy!

[digressive rant begins] I'm afraid I just don't 'get' the artificial sweetener thing. They all taste so disgusting to me I'd rather do without the sweetening than have the nasty aftertaste (without even beginning to consider the not-quite-worked-out health consequences of the stuff).

As for skim milk...well if you you really prefer the taste of it, it's okay (we'll just have to agree to disagree!).

And whipped cream out of a can...again, not exactly the real thing.

David
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jobaby
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Posted Sun Jul 7, 2002, 1:58pm
Subject: memories...
 

This is what got me hooked on espresso so many years ago at the college coffeehouses. Thanks for the reminder!
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Posted Sat Sep 21, 2002, 3:50pm
Subject: This is as old as my grandmother
 

Dear Sir

To consider  Espresso Con Panna " Essentially a Starbucks invention (but it has previous roots)  " is an offense.

I'm 46 years old and remember when I could not see the top of the dinner table and my nona use to give me  Espresso Con Panna.

Later on in life around the 60's we use to call it " need of affection coffee" because it was the preferred coffee of in the 30's ladies in Brazil.

Sorry this is no Starbuck invention. It could be recipe on Starbuck menu....

Before froth milk was available as a commom thing in Brazil, long time ago, capuccino was made with sweetened, vanila added whipped cream....

unreal... sometimes it looks like people think Starbucks invented coffee...

Beto Boton
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Posted Mon Jan 27, 2003, 10:38pm
Subject: Sounds good!!
 

Hey, it doesn't matter where it comes from - sounds pretty good to me.

I've got some leftover whipped cream in a can - I'll be trying it tomorrow evening.
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Posted Tue Mar 11, 2003, 7:05am
Subject: Are you kidding?
 

I find it amazing that you'd say anyone, much less STARBUCKS, "invented" espresso with whipped cream!  I can't imagine that anyone who has ever drank a cup of coffee, not to mention espresso, would not have at some time put a dollop of whipped cream atop his or her serving.  Likewise, who has not on occasion(s) added a squirt -- or 3 or 4 -- of a liquor or liquer?  Perhaps, a few Baptists and Muslims...but none others, me thinks!
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Posted Thu May 22, 2003, 2:32pm
Subject: A nice treat, indeed
 

I love the con panna, yes I do.  I'm not so sure I agree with it being a "starbucks invention"...nope, not by any stretch of the imagination...and I'm gonna have to see what kind of whip you get out of skim and splenda, sounds interesting, I've only made fatty sugary whip myself.
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Posted Wed Jul 23, 2003, 10:13am
Subject: These rock ...
 

Ive been drinking these for the past few months ... Id also suggest a hint of cream and maybe even a little white chocolate ...

Worth a shot ...
Blu
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Posted Tue Jul 29, 2003, 5:13pm
Subject: advice on espresso machine
 

Greetings all - I love latte's and had purchased an el cheapo espresso / coffee machine back as an undergraduate college student. And I've found that my latte's never look or taste like what I get at a coffee house. Looking at the espresso shots on this page, I noticed, well, one that it's time to take a break and get some coffee ;) cause this looks soo goood, and two that it has this really nice chocolate brown color that my home brewed espresso never has [it just looks very close to black]. Do you all have any thoughts on why this is [I'm guessing it's just the quality of the espresso machine, but maybe there's different kinds of machines that I don't know about], I am shopping around for a better espresso machine but don't really know what to look for -- thanks for any thoughts / advice on helping me get that perfect espresso shot that looks just like this @ home :) ..
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