Posted Sat Apr 26, 2003, 6:33pm Subject: Is it true that Dunkin' Donuts....?
... adds 10% hazelnut flavored coffee to their house blend both to mask the taste of some lower end arabica but also to give it a unique character that folks can't quite place but many really like? I'm not a fan of their house blend but here in the Northeast it's very popular and often a good alternative. I'd be most grateful if the HeadGeek could verify this whilst so close to the DD Bigwigs. Then again.... if they divulge their secrets, then they might have to kill you and what would be the fate of our beloved web site?
Great article, Mark - really looking forward to the next installment. Really wish I could be there but shifting plans have me in NC (not even in Charlotte with my GF as planned but down on the coast for work reasons). Once again... in serach of the good stuff but as usual (except on my Seattle trips), it's tough to find. Maybe if they got you down here manning the machines things would improve!
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