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Old 04-13-2018, 11:33 AM   #45978
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Originally Posted by Toolbox View Post
Wawa is the name of the town where the original dairy was and where their current headquarters is but the name itself is derived from the Ojibwe (?) word for what we call the Canadian Goose thus the store's logo.

I need some extra strong coffee today. Went to a proper coffee shop (not Dunkin or Starbucks) and paid $5.38 or a large latte with some mocha and vanilla flavor in it for fun! I still don't think that is enough for me, may need more espresso.

I think you may try out "Jacobs Krönung" (Jacobs coronation), sometimes called "Jacobs Dröhnung" (Jacobs high). Without milk deeper black than the deepest see at ground level or a black hole. If you wonna have it extra strong, use some more spoons of that coffee powder for brewing.
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