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What did you drink for tea break?

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Got to try something new for tea break:

New arrival in the office pantry.

Smells good. Tastes yummy too.

What did you drink for tea break? Not something with stars and costs many bucks, I hope. ;p

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16 comments:

Gary said...

Going to try it one of these days

E H said...

This is da bomb! http://www.kunkee.com/index.php

AK71 said...

Hi E H,

Alamak! Just provided them with free advertisement. I hope they will sponsor 1 year (maybe 2 years) supply of kopi for me. Then, I give out some to readers by conducting a lucky draw. ;p

AK71 said...

Hi Gary,

Nescafe is still the best when it comes to 3 in 1 instant coffee for me. I am not an expert when it comes to coffee but I like the taste. :)

E H said...

If you don't mind, I can pass you one pack of the Salute Brand White Coffee.

AK71 said...

Hi E H,

I really appreciate the kind gesture. :)

However, you know I am shy about meeting anyone lah. ;p

Solace said...

I must say SUPER 3 in 1 coffee also not bad. That's because I still have a small vested interest in them hahaha. Must support the company I own shares lol.

Joke aside, It does make economical sense to brew our own coffee and tea. In fact, I enjoy doing stock reading and research on every weekend over a cup of home brew tea. Haha simple enjoyment.

AK71 said...

Hi Solace,

Oh, yes, I agree wholeheartedly. Simple pleasures in life don't have to cost a lot of money. :)

"Every man is rich or poor according to the proportion between his desires and his enjoyments." (Samuel Johnson)

E H said...

Your shyness prevents your readers from benefiting.

AK71 said...

Hi E H,

Wah! Very profound. Can explain to me why? I blur. -.-"

E H said...

You said you wanna give the kopi to some of your readers. I offered to pass you some. You said shy...don't want.

AK71 said...

Hi E H,

Oh, do you mean you are the boss of kunkee or Salute Brand White Coffee? Wah! Let me know if this is the case.

The idea I had in mind was to conduct a lucky draw for readers and let them collect the coffee from the sponsor themselves. If I have to write a blog post to do this, I might have to ask for a small fee, of course. LOL. ;p

E H said...

I never said I am the boss hor :) Anyway, since you have your reasons, let's just leave it as that.

AK71 said...

Hi E H,

Hahaha... OK, thanks for the kind offer. Appreciate it. :)

aceirus said...

Ak,

I bought the same at nearby provision shop to office which is $0.20 cheaper than NTUC to tide me through this World Cup period! hehe

AK71 said...

Hi aceirus,

A penny saved is a penny earned, I say! On top of that, you are saving tens of dollars by drinking this instead of buying coffee from Starbucks or even Kopitiam! Good on you! :D

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