Tasting notes: Nutty and rich, with a fine bitterness.
Sounds exactly like me. You & # 39; hardly rich.
My bitterness is not very subtle either. But look, can we skip the usual nonsense? I think I know what coffee is. I drink it several times a day. Very well, in this case I have important news about your health.
Go on. I can not prove that drinking coffee will add another 0.001
Do not feel bad. I can not find my keys on two out of three mornings. Yes, but you do not fight an eight-year lawsuit in California over your keys.
No, I'm not. While Starbucks and a number of other coffee companies are being sued for lack of consumer warning about the risks of acrylamide.
acrylamide! I am already afraid of what is! From now on, I only drink coffee from organic, hand-roasted, long-described beans. Feel free, but it will not make a big difference. Acrylamide is not an additive. It forms naturally during roasting. You also get it from browned toast, fried potatoes and various other things.
Oh. It is known that it causes cancer in laboratory animals, and it is believed that it also happens in people who are advised not to do so would break their food too much, and not keep potatoes in the refrigerator.
I will take care of it immediately. And now Elihu Berle, an upper court judge in Los Angeles, has ruled that Starbucks and the others have not proven that the acrylamide in their coffee would cause less than an excess of cancer per 100,000 people. No other health benefits outweighed this risk.
I thought coffee was good for you? Oh, sure. There is much evidence that suggests that.
Eh? A group of researchers at the University of São Paolo has recently found that drinking at least three cups per day regularly reduces the hardening of your coronary arteries.
Great! Other studies suggest that coffee could protect against diabetes, Parkinson's and high blood pressure. Although it is often quite messy research. And the São Paolo team does not advise drinking more than three cups a day.
Look, just tell me one thing: Is my coffee habit good for me or bad for me? Yes, probably. 19659002] Say: "Coffee drinking is associated with a higher occurrence of boastful conversation."
Do not say: "Those who refrain from coffee have a higher risk, not much to do."