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TwinklyTerrapin Dec 10, 2007 08:07 PM

Heya Chow'nders
I'm putting together a gift bag of the traditional writer's little helpers -- sugar, caffeine and alcohol -- and I was thinking that the coffee bags, which I last remember getting at Marks and Sparks, would be a good addition. They were like tea bags, but they had coffee in them, so you could brew yourself a cup the way you would tea.

Anyone know where I could find some. And if not, do you have any other suggestions for a source of quality caffeine that someone could make for themselves at the office?

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  1. xtal RE: TwinklyTerrapin Dec 10, 2007 08:31 PM

    I'm pretty sure that you can get these coffee bags at most supermarkets these days.

    If you're looking for something a little more exotic, you could get some loose leaf tea from a place like Moonbean and an infuser for an in-office tea party. Though I'm not a tea-drinker myself, I know the teas at Moonbean are highly lauded by several friends of mine.

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    30 St Andrews St, Toronto, ON M5T, CA

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