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Quick Write 110911 “Let your coffee do the talking”

Recently I’ve hooked on the article “Coming to Your Senses: How to Really Taste That Cup of Coffee” by Giorgio Milos on the Atlantic. http://www.theatlantic.com/life/archive/2011/11/coming-to-your-senses-how-to-really-taste-that-cup-of-coffee/247625/ The piece written by an accomplished barista deliberately explains how we can appreciate a cup of coffee to the fullest, knowing all the secrets and chemistry happening in a coffee mug. Yes, I do like coffee. I drink a huge mug of soy latte every morning while reading my favorite English passage aloud in front of my PC after having got dressed for work. That is one of my happiest moments of the day.

The article starts with the lyrics of the great song by The Who, like “See me. Feel me. Touch me. Hear me.”. Oh? There’s no “Taste me.” or “Drink me.” That is, I guess, what a worldly renowned barista who works for Trieste, Italy-based illycaffè would like to highlight. Yes, coffee is something that we can see, feel, touch, and hear.

The last line of the article grabbed my heart. “Be a coffee rock star. Experience it with all five senses, and take your pleasure to entirely new places.” Isn’t that an attractive line? I’d like to rewrite this wonderful sentence like;
“Be your English learning rock star. Experience it with all five senses, and take your pleasure to entirely new places.”
“Be your English teaching rock star. Experience it with all five senses, and take your pleasure to entirely new places.”
“Be your everyday ‘boring but necessary’ routine rock star. Experience it with all five senses, and take your pleasure to entirely new places.”

(20 minutes / 264 words)

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