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Old 06-25-2019, 08:13 PM   #1
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For folks who like a good cup of coffee in the morning or just a good boat drink, you might like this. This recipe has been given out all across the USA and Canada from Key West to Alaska and many ports of call in between. Enjoy and I hope you fine folks like it.

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Greetings,
Mr. 47. I wouldn't recommend this as a substitute for a morning coffee if you're planning on going anywhere but for lay days and sundowners...sounds good.
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Interesting recipe. Not great for my heart, but Id be willing to try it.
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Damn. That's the breakfast of champs! I take it I can't offer you some green tea kombucha.....lol
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Mr. 47. I wouldn't recommend this as a substitute for a morning coffee if you're planning on going anywhere but for lay days and sundowners...sounds good.
You can use it in your coffee or on fruit ETC.
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I don't like milk/cream, I don't have instant coffee, and I don't drink cheap whiskey. I do a simplified version. Make a cup of coffee, through in a shot of Rye.
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For the non-drinkers out there, here's something I discovered while camping at -20C that helped me get out of my sleeping bag and out of the tent.

I call it Jump-Up-GO-GO!

Make a mug of spearmint tea. Add one rounded teaspoon instant coffee, one heaping teaspoon of hot chocolate, then melt in 1/3 of a Mars Bar.

That'll get you moving
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Greetings,
Mr. MM. So what you're saying is you had nothing left in your pack but tea, coffee, hot chocolate AND a Mars bar. Been there but not @ -20C...


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