Regular Or Decaffeinated Coffee

Regular Or Decaffeinated Coffee

Regular Or Decaffeinated Coffee

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Regular Or Decaffeinated CoffeePhiladelphia, PA - We all need that jolt of caffeine from a good cup of coffee in the morning. But many times during the day, the urge for a nice cup of tasty coffee hits, and of course, we frequently like a relaxing cup after dinner. Some people can't drink coffee at night because the caffeine keeps them awake; for others, it is worth having, even if they are tossing, turning, and staring at the clock.

Regular Or Decaffeinated Coffee

I am sensitive to caffeine, so even a soda can have me counting sheep after a specific time of night. The only solution for me and others is to ensure we have decaffeinated coffee in the kitchen. The coffee urge can be satisfied by putting decaf in that old coffee maker without paying the price of a sleepless night.

If I am out of decaf coffee, there is always the local Dunkin Donuts. A quick stop at the local Dunkin Donuts yields a cup of coffee that is as good as caffeinated but doesn't have the same effect on the body's system. Iced coffee is a nice change of pace on a hot summer evening, but if you are bothered by the caffeine, you can get decaffeinated iced coffee.

Where does the caffeine come from? Caffeine occurs naturally in the coffee bean, and it takes a special water extracting system to remove it from the molecule. It is an exacting science, with each coffee manufacturer claiming to have their unique and best system for creating decaffeinated coffee. I don't care how it comes about as long as I can enjoy my delicious cup of Java without the sleepless side effects of regular coffee.

There is little to no difference between the taste of regular and decaffeinated coffee. Since I can't tell the difference, I am always concerned that I will get a cup of regular even though I have ordered decaf; since I can't taste the difference, I won't know until it is too late. That's one reason I prefer to keep my decaffeinated coffee at home and not worry about somebody making such a mistake.

I can't risk my much-needed sleep. The opposite can also happen: I order (and need) a strong cup of caffeinated coffee and end up with decaf because the counter girl was just as sleepy as I was. There's a real bummer: I have to pay $6-$8 for a cup of coffee and not even get the jolt I need to start the day! Well, caffeinated or decaf, I need my coffee.

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