This may not be as bad... At least it is not coming out the other end:
Nov. 14 - Coffee connoisseurs are going ape for a rare brew that Taiwanese farmers are producing with the help of monkeys.
Formosan rock monkeys have long been a scourge to coffee farmers in Taiwan's mountains because they eat the ripe berries and spit out the seeds.
But now, the farmers are collecting these half-chewed seeds and roasting them to produce a coffee that is being brewed all over the island.
Coffee farmer Liao Jingdong tried to roast beans which had been spat out by monkeys and discovered a unique taste, different from the original. Liao says the discarded seeds yield a sweeter coffee with a vanilla-like scent, which sells for about $56 a pound (450 grams).
I go to school in Providence and im getting on a plane at 5 to come home for the week. im not sure they would let me walk on with a box of donughts. If you know that i wouldnt get a cavity search trying to smuggle canadian goods to Denver then i would try it. If you want a couple bags of coffee no problem. let me know
Great, now I have coffee all over my screen! Thats a first.
I'm only 2 cups deep right now. They day is young, but sadly I am out of Espresso. Normally start the day off with a shot first thing in the morning. Then over to the watered down version. I take it black. (Reminded me of Airplane, the movie). I am just praying that UPS shows up soon with my espresso.