Instant Coffee Instant Replay


CeRo might have beat me to it (curses!), but I’m bound and determined to get my cinematography online in order to qualify for an ’09 Oscar:


What really strikes you about this product is the texture: it’s definitely not your father’s Folger’s Crystals. Not sure if that’s part of the secret process, or just an artifact of how much the freeze-drying process has advanced in 25 years. The actual taste of the brew seems surprisingly mild and smooth for Starbucks, which has a reputation for darker (or ‘burnt’) coffee. This definitely tastes a lot better than the stuff from your office’s never-cleaned coffee brewer, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s a net win for taste stability compared to the vacuum-packed ground beans that many institutions rely upon.

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