Tea or Coffee

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MVP

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Ok just thought id do a silly little poll to amuse myself.

I ran out of teabags today so had a coffee in the morning. Just trying to find out what is the golfers favourite.
Tea or Coffee?
 

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Decaf coffee for me! or herbal tea.

Like Medwayjon said Coffee and Tea are evil, people become so easily addicted to them and not realise.

When I use to work in bars so many people would have to have a crap cup of tea or coffee out of our machine during the night.
 

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Coffee through the morning, especially first thing. Onto tea then in the afternoon and decaf tea at night.
If golfing and it's cold a flask of coffee with baileys in goes down a treat as well.
 

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Strong black filter coffee is the only thing that will wake me up in the morning. Even the wife will not talk to me until I have had at least one mug.
 

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Currently, tea first thing, coffee all day at work (the extra caffeine variety), then tea in the evening.

For golf, strong coffee, molasses sugar and rum - gives it a lovely liquorice flavour.
 

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Theres a guy in my office who makes a drink you would swear was a mixture of tea and coffee in same mug. We think he does it to get out of the drink making rota.
 

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A workmate always makes my coffee (when its his turn) as strong as hell and no sugar, he knows I take one sugar but the bugger knows it means I barely ever give him the nudge to get the kettle on. I think Im going to make him a cuppa tomorrow with about 7 heaped desert spoons into his normally sugarless cup. see how he likes it.
 
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