Jimmy Kimmel`s Starbuck`s Coffee Taste Challenge

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in Funny

Jimmy asks a bunch of coffee snobs if they can tell the difference between Coffee A and Coffee B. Classic Jimmy.
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Male 715
I like 7-11 coffee
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Male 2,436
I had coffee in my mouth once. I didn`t swallow.
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Male 338
Never been a fan of starbucks, not sure if that makes me hipster or uber-hipster
As has been said, mcdonalds coffee is just as good if not better...certainly better considering the price anyway
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Male 14,334
[quote]Simply put, I bussing love my coffee. I also think I might need to get laid, but I`m sure you could tell. :3[/quote]

Well hey hows it going! I myself like to grind my own beans fresh every morning.
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Female 3,727
Gerry1of1
Male, 50-59, Western US
21067 Posts Wednesday, November 28, 2012 10:12:57 PM

I am prepared to be disrespected by the IAB community-at-large for saying this, but I like 7-11 coffee.
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WHAT!>!>! Why don`t you just go lick the street, I`m sure that would taste better. I NEED COFFEE, LOVE, WANT IT ALL THE TIME! ESPRESSO + RAW SUGAR!!!!!
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Female 1,743
I`m not a coffee drinker.
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Male 5,811
More on topic though, I`m glad to see Starbucks isn`t affected by the recession. I think Jimmy had the right idea that they are just seeing how much they can get away with.
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Male 5,811
[quote]and there`s one on every f*cking corner.[/quote]
This is my biggest problem with Tim`s. Usually if you buy a franchise you get some territory, but where I live there are six of them in a 1km radius. Sometimes they`re even close to being right across the street from each other, it`s ridiculous. And people see those long queues and think that if you own a Tim`s that you must make so much money, when in reality they make maybe $30-50k in profit a year. Owning a Tim`s is a waste of time.
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Female 2,549
Gerry, why not save some money and microwave some dish water instead?
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Male 1,048
F*ck coffee. Tetleys 4 life
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Male 151
@ davymid... Meh. Tim Hortons is like our "McDonalds" of coffee. It`s usually the first you have, so you have a nostalgic soft-spot towards it. It`s not the best coffee, but it`s just "familiar" in a pleasant sense.

If you Live/Work in Toronto there are dozens of indi-places for awesome coffee.

IMHO the best coffee in Toronto is "Sense Appeal" on Spadina Ave, Just South of Adelaide. $2.65 for an Americano, they roast their own beans, and they have really good food, too.

NO. I don`t work there/own it. I love their coffee that much I`m loyal and feel they deserve a plug.
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Male 1,625
@lauriloo: I`m with you, though Dr pepper instead of diet coke

I even pick dr pepper over alcohol, which really confuses people at gatherings/parties.
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Male 38,483

I am prepared to be disrespected by the IAB community-at-large for saying this, but I like 7-11 coffee.
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Male 12,138
Living in Canada, everyone here is mental about Tim Hortons coffee. Seriously, like massive queues to get one, and there`s one on every f*cking corner. I don`t get it.
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Female 231
<.< Neither, just hurperd the durp. Ment write.
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Male 1,429
I drink their blended ones (Frappucinos) but that`s it. If I actually want to pary for coffee flavoured coffee, I`ll spend $1 over at McDonalds.
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Male 2,988
"All I do is sit around, and draw/wright"


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Male 1,793
i could tell they were the same coffee just by looking at the steam coming of of them and the relative weight of each cup as they raised them... jes people wake up...
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Male 15,832
I`m proud to say I`ve never been to Starbucks, but I knew a guy who bought their ground coffee and made it in his office. He gave me a cup, and I thought it tasted like used transmission fluid. I drink Great Value (Wal-mart store brand) and it tastes MUCH better.
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Male 2,988
like a wine tasting. everyone just bullpoos their way through it.
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Male 38,483
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Male 1,268
@Gauddith. Here`s hoping you meet a nice wrighter to pound that in the near future. Just make sure he isn`t a shipwrite, prone to std`s and all.
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Female 1,803
I`m one of those rare people who doesn`t drink coffee. My caffeine of choice is Diet Coke. But man, all my adult life I`ve almost felt like lying about it because people almost don`t know what to do with you when they offer you coffee and you say "no thanks, I don`t drink coffee". Funny thing is, I used to drink it occasionally with my dad when I was a little kid. Habit didn`t stick, though.
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Female 231
I hate to be "that person" but I can guarantee I could have known they were the same coffee. I can aslo tell the person if the coffee was pressed, poured, or dripped. Part of living in Seattle is you enjoy the dickens out of coffee. I could go so far as to tell you if it was a blond roast, medium or dark. I can tell you when your tea is over steeped, and I can usually identify if it`s chinese, japanese, or english tea. All I do is sit around, and draw/wright while drinking some sort of hot beverage.

Simply put, I bussing love my coffee. I also think I might need to get laid, but I`m sure you could tell. :3
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Male 3,445
I`m a coffee drinker and I only go to Starbucks if it`s the only place I can find. Terrible, over-roasted, over-caffeinated coffee.
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Male 2,578
Starbucks is the embodiment of the West living beyond its means.
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Male 20,169
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