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  1. #1
    Mike Guest

    Default McDonald’s Coffee

    Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?

    I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As for McDonald’s fast food I
    wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared to
    what they served before.

    Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the thought crossed
    my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their product
    with extra nicotine. I wonder the possibility that McDonald’s might have
    artificially added extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature
    brew.



  2. #2
    Lynn from Fargo Guest

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    On Jul 9, 1:47*pm, "Mike" <M...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >
    > I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    > better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As for McDonald’s fastfood I
    > wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right comparedto
    > what they served before.
    >
    > Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the thought crossed
    > my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their product
    > with extra nicotine. I wonder the possibility that McDonald’s might have
    > artificially added extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature
    > brew.


    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    They do pretty well with Sweet Tea - something hard to find in the
    frozen north!

    Lynn from Fargo
    who thinks $1 isn't bad even without free refills

  3. #3
    val189 Guest

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    On Jul 9, 2:47 pm, "Mike" <M...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >
    > I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    > better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As for McDonald’s fastfood I
    > wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right comparedto
    > what they served before.
    >
    > Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the thought crossed
    > my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their product
    > with extra nicotine. I wonder the possibility that McDonald’s might have
    > artificially added extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature
    > brew.


    Better than Dunkin' Donuts? Even the Circle K in my area has pretty
    decent coffee.

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    Karen Guest

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    On Jul 9, 11:47*am, "Mike" <M...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >
    > I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    > better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As for McDonald’s fastfood I
    > wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right comparedto
    > what they served before.
    >
    > Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the thought crossed
    > my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their product
    > with extra nicotine. I wonder the possibility that McDonald’s might have
    > artificially added extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature
    > brew.


    McDonald's upgraded their coffee a few years ago.

    Karen

  5. #5
    sf Guest

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    On Wed, 09 Jul 2008 18:47:24 GMT, "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >
    >I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    >better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As for McDonald’s fast food I
    >wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared to
    >what they served before.
    >
    >Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the thought crossed
    >my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their product
    >with extra nicotine. I wonder the possibility that McDonald’s might have
    >artificially added extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature
    >brew.
    >

    I think they are buying better quality coffee beans now. I thought it
    was just a local thing because coffee is big here. What part of the
    country are you in?


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    Miche Guest

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    In article <0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01>, "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >
    > I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    > better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere.


    You need to get out more.

    Miche

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  7. #7
    Janet Guest

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    "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01...
    > Has any one tried McDonald's Coffee?
    >
    > I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    > better than any coffee I've had from anywhere. As for McDonald's fast food
    > I
    > wouldn't feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared to
    > what they served before.


    I thought they were serving Newman's Own these days. (They do here.)



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    mequeenbe.nospam Guest

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    Mike wrote:
    > Has any one tried McDonald�s Coffee?
    >
    > I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    > better than any coffee I�ve had from anywhere. As for McDonald�s fast food I
    > wouldn�t feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared to
    > what they served before.
    >
    > Still with McDonald�s being a corporate entity and all, the thought crossed
    > my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their product
    > with extra nicotine. I wonder the possibility that McDonald�s might have
    > artificially added extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature
    > brew.


    i've tried both mcdonald's and burger king coffee recently, and imho
    both beat star$ handsdown. much deeper coffee flavor, and i drink my
    coffee black.

    harriet & critters in very, very humid azusa

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    dejablues Guest

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    "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01...
    > Has any one tried McDonald's Coffee?
    >
    > I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    > better than any coffee I've had from anywhere. As for McDonald's fast food
    > I
    > wouldn't feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared to
    > what they served before.
    >
    > Still with McDonald's being a corporate entity and all, the thought
    > crossed
    > my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their
    > product
    > with extra nicotine.


    Wow, I had some McD's coffee today and I was trying to determine what the
    flavor reminded me of, and you jogged my memory. It tastes like it was
    swished through a well-used ashtray. Maybe you got that nicotine thing
    right.



  10. #10
    sandi Guest

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    "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01:

    > Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >
    > I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact
    > it tasted better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As
    > for McDonald’s fast food I wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but
    > they sure got the coffee right compared to what they served
    > before.


    I like it a lot. :-) Very good coffee.

    > Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the
    > thought crossed my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers
    > sometimes doping their product with extra nicotine. I wonder
    > the possibility that McDonald’s might have artificially added
    > extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature brew.
    >
    >



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    Blinky the Shark Guest

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    dejablues wrote:

    >
    > "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01...
    >> Has any one tried McDonald's Coffee?
    >>
    >> I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    >> better than any coffee I've had from anywhere. As for McDonald's fast food
    >> I
    >> wouldn't feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared to
    >> what they served before.
    >>
    >> Still with McDonald's being a corporate entity and all, the thought
    >> crossed
    >> my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their
    >> product
    >> with extra nicotine.

    >
    > Wow, I had some McD's coffee today and I was trying to determine what the
    > flavor reminded me of, and you jogged my memory. It tastes like it was
    > swished through a well-used ashtray. Maybe you got that nicotine thing
    > right.


    When was the last time you really had any of their coffee?


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  12. #12
    dejablues Guest

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    "Blinky the Shark" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected] et...
    > dejablues wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01...
    >>> Has any one tried McDonald's Coffee?
    >>>
    >>> I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    >>> better than any coffee I've had from anywhere. As for McDonald's fast
    >>> food
    >>> I
    >>> wouldn't feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared
    >>> to
    >>> what they served before.
    >>>
    >>> Still with McDonald's being a corporate entity and all, the thought
    >>> crossed
    >>> my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their
    >>> product
    >>> with extra nicotine.

    >>
    >> Wow, I had some McD's coffee today and I was trying to determine what the
    >> flavor reminded me of, and you jogged my memory. It tastes like it was
    >> swished through a well-used ashtray. Maybe you got that nicotine thing
    >> right.

    >
    > When was the last time you really had any of their coffee?
    >


    Yesterday. I always drink it black.
    I didn't say I disliked it, though. It has a very distinctive flavor, and
    it's ashtray-esque.



  13. #13
    MG Guest

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    "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01...
    > Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >
    > I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    > better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As for McDonald’s fast food
    > I
    > wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared to
    > what they served before.
    >
    > Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the thought
    > crossed
    > my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their
    > product
    > with extra nicotine. I wonder the possibility that McDonald’s might have
    > artificially added extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature
    > brew.
    >
    >


    the coffee the McCafes use here in Sth Australia (sort of a cafe within the
    McDonald's, with different cafe type foods/drinks) has amazing coffee

    the coffee you get if you go through the drive-through or at the counter of
    the "normal" McDonalds however, is disgusting; it's made in one of those
    push-button coffee machine thingy's



  14. #14
    Blinky the Shark Guest

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    dejablues wrote:

    >
    > "Blinky the Shark" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news[email protected] et...
    >> dejablues wrote:
    >>
    >>>
    >>> "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01...
    >>>> Has any one tried McDonald's Coffee?
    >>>>
    >>>> I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    >>>> better than any coffee I've had from anywhere. As for McDonald's fast
    >>>> food
    >>>> I
    >>>> wouldn't feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared
    >>>> to
    >>>> what they served before.
    >>>>
    >>>> Still with McDonald's being a corporate entity and all, the thought
    >>>> crossed
    >>>> my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their
    >>>> product
    >>>> with extra nicotine.
    >>>
    >>> Wow, I had some McD's coffee today and I was trying to determine what the
    >>> flavor reminded me of, and you jogged my memory. It tastes like it was
    >>> swished through a well-used ashtray. Maybe you got that nicotine thing
    >>> right.

    >>
    >> When was the last time you really had any of their coffee?
    >>

    >
    > Yesterday. I always drink it black.
    > I didn't say I disliked it, though. It has a very distinctive flavor, and
    > it's ashtray-esque.


    Do you smoke tobacco, by any chance?


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  15. #15
    sf Guest

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    On Wed, 9 Jul 2008 18:05:31 -0400, "Janet" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >
    >"Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01...
    >> Has any one tried McDonald's Coffee?
    >>
    >> I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    >> better than any coffee I've had from anywhere. As for McDonald's fast food
    >> I
    >> wouldn't feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared to
    >> what they served before.

    >
    >I thought they were serving Newman's Own these days. (They do here.)
    >

    I think they must buy premium coffees from the local area (haven't
    thought to inquire). I really like the coffee at McD's and I'm hard
    to please when it comes to coffee. It must be dark roasted - and it
    can't be weak.


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    Mae West

  16. #16
    sf Guest

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    On Thu, 10 Jul 2008 04:11:09 GMT, "MG" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >the coffee you get if you go through the drive-through or at the counter of
    >the "normal" McDonalds however, is disgusting; it's made in one of those
    >push-button coffee machine thingy's


    Too bad! We get good coffee without a McD cafe.


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    I never worry about diets. The only carrots that interest me are the number of carats in a diamond.

    Mae West

  17. #17
    Andy Guest

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    sandi said...

    > "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01:
    >
    >> Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >>
    >> I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact
    >> it tasted better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As
    >> for McDonald’s fast food I wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but
    >> they sure got the coffee right compared to what they served
    >> before.

    >
    > I like it a lot. :-) Very good coffee.
    >
    >> Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the
    >> thought crossed my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers
    >> sometimes doping their product with extra nicotine. I wonder
    >> the possibility that McDonald’s might have artificially added
    >> extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature brew.



    It's good business. McD can easily afford to buy the best coffee beans in
    the world and they DO just that and sell it cheap, to get you coming back
    for the rest of their sucky foods.

    Imho,

    Andy


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    hahabogus Guest

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    Andy <q> wrote in news:[email protected]:

    > sandi said...
    >
    >> "Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01:
    >>
    >>> Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >>>
    >>> I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact
    >>> it tasted better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As
    >>> for McDonald’s fast food I wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but
    >>> they sure got the coffee right compared to what they served
    >>> before.

    >>
    >> I like it a lot. :-) Very good coffee.
    >>
    >>> Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the
    >>> thought crossed my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers
    >>> sometimes doping their product with extra nicotine. I wonder
    >>> the possibility that McDonald’s might have artificially added
    >>> extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature brew.

    >
    >
    > It's good business. McD can easily afford to buy the best coffee beans
    > in the world and they DO just that and sell it cheap, to get you
    > coming back for the rest of their sucky foods.
    >
    > Imho,
    >
    > Andy
    >
    >


    Starbucks uses a very dark roast coffee, McDonalds doesn't. The type of
    roast is very important to the flavour of the coffee.

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  19. #19
    blake murphy Guest

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    On Thu, 10 Jul 2008 04:11:09 GMT, "MG" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >"Mike" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:0J7dk.703$HY.50@trnddc01...
    >> Has any one tried McDonald’s Coffee?
    >>
    >> I did and found it tasted a lot better than Starbucks, infact it tasted
    >> better than any coffee I’ve had from anywhere. As for McDonald’s fast food
    >> I
    >> wouldn’t feed it to my dog, but they sure got the coffee right compared to
    >> what they served before.
    >>
    >> Still with McDonald’s being a corporate entity and all, the thought
    >> crossed
    >> my mind that like the cigarette manufacturers sometimes doping their
    >> product
    >> with extra nicotine. I wonder the possibility that McDonald’s might have
    >> artificially added extra flavanoids and caffeine to boost their signature
    >> brew.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >the coffee the McCafes use here in Sth Australia (sort of a cafe within the
    >McDonald's, with different cafe type foods/drinks) has amazing coffee
    >
    >the coffee you get if you go through the drive-through or at the counter of
    >the "normal" McDonalds however, is disgusting; it's made in one of those
    >push-button coffee machine thingy's
    >


    i was gonna say, i had a cup not too long ago that was perfectly vile.

    your pal,
    blake
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  20. #20
    sf Guest

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    On Thu, 10 Jul 2008 15:16:17 GMT, hahabogus <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Starbucks uses a very dark roast coffee, McDonalds doesn't. The type of
    >roast is very important to the flavour of the coffee.


    That may be a regional thing. My local McDonalds uses an obviously
    french roasted coffee. I haven't done my homework and actually
    *asked* (didn't care as long as it's good), but you know the worker
    bees won't know anything anyway.


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    Mae West

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