Friday, August 26, 2011

Percolator




No coffee can be good in the mouth that does not first send a sweet offering of odor to the nostrils.  ~Henry Ward Beecher


The dictinary describes the term percolate as the process to cause a liquid to pass through a porous body; filter, to permeate and brew.  Frankly, I do not care what the correct terms are, I am just thrilled each day to have a cup of it in my hands, and the aroma tantalizing my nostrils.  It really is one of the best parts of waking up.


15 comments:

  1. I would be lost without my coffee....I think I'll brew a pot now ;)

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  2. It is a delightful aroma in the morning, isn't it?

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  3. I so agree with you.
    lately have read lots about coffee- going to make myself one!
    :-)

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  4. I love my coffee...or should I say I am addicted to it :)

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  5. I concur. I set it up the night before, so I can turn it on immediately when I awaken in the morning!

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  6. I'm not a huge coffee fan, but it's growing on me. I sit and drink a cup with my husband when he's off mornings. I'm thankful to be able to sit and enjoy his company with his favorite drink!

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  7. Love coffee but can't drink too much or I start bouncing off the walls! Take care Carrie :-)

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  8. I love this Carrie and I sooo love coffee~

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  10. I couldn't agree with you more.. that first mouthful of coffee in the morning rolls your throat like silk .. it is so yummy and the best way to start the day.

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  11. Hello Carrie,

    I need the taste and smell of tea or coffee to start my day too!
    Good thoughts for the day.

    Best wishes,
    Eileen

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  12. ...i guess there are a lot of coffee lovers out there....hope everyone has a wonderful weekend! :-)

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  13. It is nectar to my senses. It reminds me of a poem i wrote last summer...I think i entitled it Me'n Max...my little love-note to coffee. SO nice to 'see' you back. You've been missed!

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