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Old 10-25-2011, 09:12 PM   #46
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Anyone else notice that the quality of Dunkin Donuts coffee has gone down recently?
I haven't had Dunkin Donuts coffee in a long, long time. But, the quality of the coffee everywhere has gone down! The better the restaurant, the worse the coffee. I've had to send the coffee back at a number of places here. It's made too strong and it is bitter! Ate at IHOP a couple weeks ago. The coffee was drinkable, but not all that good. Tasted the same as everywhere else (w/bad coffee), but they didn't make it quite as strong.

Restaurants have either forgotten how to make coffee, or the culinary schools have been corrupted by Starbucks' nasty coffee and that's what they're teaching now.
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