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Author Topic: How Do Truck Stops Run Out Of Coffee Supplies?  (Read 59 times)

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Offline delta5

How Do Truck Stops Run Out Of Coffee Supplies?
« on: August 31, 2019, 09:46:00 PM »
How the hell do truck stops run out of coffee supplies? I am seeing this a lot lately. I was in the Battle Creek T/A a few nights ago and they were out of coffee cream. Clerk mumbled something about not arriving on the truck. So WTF? Can't someone go down the road to Wal-mart or Sam's club and buy some to get through the night? They have a full service resturant there that closes at night, but couldn't they borrow a case of creamers to get through the night? Are these managers and employees really that fucking inept and stupid? Looks like I need to start using my Keurig machine in the truck more often. What a bunch of bullshit.
 
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Re: How Do Truck Stops Run Out Of Coffee Supplies?
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2019, 10:41:02 PM »
I would love to try this. I really prefer an old school percolator pot over drip machines. Not only does perking and this style get the acid out, it also releases more oils wich equals more flavor.
 
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