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Ok so talking of free coffees :wink:at RobT 's Dome made me think:wacko:. As we have such a huge coffee culture here, was just interested to know what kind of coffee do you order??

 

im a 'flat white' kinda girl, steady, not too frothy, but pretty much you get what you see! I would love to be a 'long black' or a Vienna with a double shot of hazelnut, topped off with a whipped cream!! Ooooeeeerrrr :wink:...sadly I'm a lightweight when it comes to caffeine and even order decaf on occasions......the shame of it!

 

What's your coffee tipple?

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I love coffee too but am sensitive to caffeine (lightweight) and end up lightheaded and jittery if it's too strong lol!

I therefore love a nice cappuccino, however it's decaf all the way for me :-D

hope you're going to stock decaf Rob T ?!

J x

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I always have a long black, I cannot stand coffee with milk anymore. Beandownunder, I now find if I don't have my two long blacks before I leave the house in the morning, I end up lightheaded and jittery!!!!:jiggy:

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hubby is long black or even an expresso i am a cappuccino or sometimes a latte. never tried all that stuff you can add YET

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Ooooohhhh, love coffee (hate tea..... always have) but don't like it tooooo strong, therefore it's a flat white for me...... always caffeinated (even in the evening)....... no sugar........ yum! Now I need to go switch the espresso machine on.......

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Since our swan valley day we discovered yahava coffee, now we like the real stuff! Oh has it black no sugar, i am trying but used to milk and one!

 

Im a cappuccino girl at heart though, although im told in italy you dont dream of ordering one after 10am!

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I love coffee too but am sensitive to caffeine (lightweight) and end up lightheaded and jittery if it's too strong lol!

I therefore love a nice cappuccino, however it's decaf all the way for me :-D

hope you're going to stock decaf Rob T ?!

J x

 

Decaf is a Dome regular for sure along with a choice of whole, skimmed or soy milk; the latter tastes pretty shocking IMO.

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Ok so talking of free coffees :wink:at RobT 's Dome made me think:wacko:. As we have such a huge coffee culture here, was just interested to know what kind of coffee do you order??

 

im a 'flat white' kinda girl, steady, not too frothy, but pretty much you get what you see! I would love to be a 'long black' or a Vienna with a double shot of hazelnut, topped off with a whipped cream!! Ooooeeeerrrr :wink:...sadly I'm a lightweight when it comes to caffeine and even order decaf on occasions......the shame of it!

 

What's your coffee tipple?

 

I am either going to be really busy or completely broke after giving away all these free coffees..... Lol

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Beautifully timed to join this thread....thanks Rob. There is five of us and the kids love the most expensive ice cream milkshake thingamajig!! Thanks again mate and looking forward to it:)

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Beautifully timed to join this thread....thanks Rob. There is five of us and the kids love the most expensive ice cream milkshake thingamajig!! Thanks again mate and looking forward to it:)

 

No worries Ainsley just join the queue mate. :censored:

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I am either going to be really busy or completely broke after giving away all these free coffees..... Lol

Don't worry Rob, too far for me to visit regularly, but will defo visit at some point, I'll bring me nuts too!

 

Pea

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out of interest Pea, how far, driving time, is it from where you are to butler/jindalee?

(ie how long would it take me to visit my friend if I lived around that area???)

Beany x

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hubby is long black or even an expresso i am a cappuccino or sometimes a latte. never tried all that stuff you can add YET

 

Odies, my eldest orders alsorts of weird and wonderful things to go with her coffee, I'll have to whisper this bit but ..shhhhhhh......Gloria Jeans (sorry RobT to use the GLoria word):frown:do a serano blend coffee which she orders with a vanilla shot in a skinny latte....whispering over ......I just want COFFEE!

 

Peax

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out of interest Pea, how far, driving time, is it from where you are to butler/jindalee?

(ie how long would it take me to visit my friend if I lived around that area???)

Beany x

 

Hi Bean, about 50 minutes on a good run!...

 

peax

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Don't worry Rob, too far for me to visit regularly, but will defo visit at some point, I'll bring me nuts too!

 

Pea

Fab, just make sure they're Nobbys.

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Hi Bean, about 50 minutes on a good run!...

 

peax

 

50 mins? You'd be NUTS to drive that far just for a caffeine fix. :biglaugh:

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I must admit too Mr rob, I do miss getting a little bicky on the side with my cuppa, you know one of those wee brown bickies in a little wrapper or a little choccy, reckon that would go down a treat with me flat white Mr, T :wink::biggrin:.....

 

pea

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Anyway...... I have to laugh when I serve a skinny hot chocolate with marshmallows or indeed iced coffees without cream but with ice cream & whole milk.....What's the point? Are you on a diet or aren't you? Lol

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I must admit too Mr rob, I do miss getting a little bicky on the side with my cuppa, you know one of those wee brown bickies in a little wrapper or a little choccy, reckon that would go down a treat with me flat white Mr, T :wink::biggrin:.....

 

pea

 

Sounds like a winner and perhaps one for the future Pea.

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Sounds like a winner and perhaps one for the future Pea.

 

I can be your marketing mogul ...giz a job Rob! :laugh:

 

Pea

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I do love a frappe but no one seems to make a decent frappe.

I dont want bloody whipped cream from a squirty tin on a frappe goddam it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So I tend to stick with decaf cappuccino as that cant get messed up

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Ohhh l love a good frappe too Elfie, mango is my fav....no cream for me either, it's meant to be refreshing!

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Cappuccino at home in the mornings.

Espresso or long black when out.

 

We're spoilt for choice in Freo but don't be fooled by the Capp Strip, it's not all good. I went to the new Di Bella Roasting House today and aside from the utterly appalling service the Felici blend I chose for my first cup was lovely. The second cup of single bean Mexican wasn't so good.

The thing is, coffee is much like wine for me, I like different beans at different times depending on any number of variables.

 

Sorry Rob, I avoid chains and will always go to an independent but that's probably because I'm an outrageous coffee snob. I do wish you the very best of luck though, I'm sure you'll do swimmingly without my trade. :wink:

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'I do love a frappe' I'm pleased YOU wrote that not me. :biglaugh:

 

I don't think I could ever order a frappe, it sounds like it comes with leather and studs and a nod towards the secret door at the back of the cafe.

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