Posted Fri Aug 17, 2012, 9:51am Subject: Redhead Roaster Coffee from Wendy's: The best of the worste?
I recently ordered "new" coffee from Wendy's. With all their advertising about roasting fresh and grinding fresh I figured I'd give it a shot. I have a wicked addiction to Wendy's cheeseburgers ever since they re-vamped so I thought the coffee was worth a try. I have to say it wasn't bad. My biggest pet peeve about chain-restaurant coffee is it's always too watery. I like strong coffee: and would rather have stronger coffee than weaker better-tasting coffee. I could actually taste the coffee beans in this coffee and was fairly impressed. Granted, it's not the rich delicious java my coffee machine makes at home, but out of all of the chain restaurant coffees it wasn't bad. Mcdonald's and Dunkin brew way too hot for me and it's always extremely watered down. At 7/11 you really have no idea how long it's been sitting out. I haven't bothered to try Burger King coffee as their food makes me have to crap quickly enough. I give Wendy's some credit for a coffee that I can actually taste. Was wondering if anyone else felt this way.
"Coffee should be black as Hell, strong as Death, and as sweet as Love."
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