Wednesday, March 28, 2007

HOT Coffee: Alternative to Starbucks

As Baby Boomers croak as croak they shall and sooner that later these days, who will pick up their indulgent ways? More to the point, who will pick up the tab along this self-indulgent path? It is said of this generation that it has demystified sex and invented the Five Dollar cup of coffee. They ( We ) have also reversed the prudent lifestyles which were bequeathed to us by the previous, often called the Greatest, generation.

We have come to a point of allowing places like Starbucks to force us to use fanciful expressions ( not large, but Grande ) for the privilege of paying exorbitant prices Yes, good, perhaps great coffee and better coffee than our parents drank, but coffee. Not caviar, not V.S.O.P Brandy of Napoleon, not even a good Schedule II narcotic, just coffee for your fist full of dollars. Will the emerging generation reverse these foolish ways or ours ?

Ever in search of alternative fuels, we've located a reasonable Java vendor in an undiscovered ( not yet exploited ) area of Savannah, GA. Obviously these folks are not paying the lofty lease prices as, say, Starbucks often will. There is no fancy neon celebrating the vendor nor massive plate glass allowing the customers to celebrate themselves drinking coffee before the public.

We like the tricolor transom panels over a door which presents with dual deadbolts offering a certain symmetry to security. We greatly admire the stunning linear vertical orientation of the siding. Mostly we love the logo which suggests coffee, hot, but without fancy floral patterns of cream afloat. It further suggests that they can interpret small, medium and large in accepting your order. Enjoy.


Anonymous Agricola said...

But is it real?

4:32 PM  
Blogger Windviel said...

" it real? " Well, let's just say it's...exclusive and you won't be able to Google this joint.

2:02 AM  
Anonymous Paul said...

I liked the Cars. :) Oops that was a music group. Nice ride that you have there.

8:51 AM  
Blogger Windviel said...

Thanks, Paul, no label seems to want us so we make our own music on the road.

1:27 PM  

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