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    choc coated coffee beans

    hands up if you love em!
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    Coffee .... mmmmmmmmmmmm !!!

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    LOve em, can't get enough of em. especially Haigs

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    Love coffee... love chocolate... hate chocolate coated coffee beans.

    Go figure...

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    ahh, but you are just strange tony

    haha!

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    Nope, hate 'em. The beans just take up valuable chocolate space. I also dislike Caramello Koalas for the same reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maccaroneski View Post
    Love coffee... love chocolate... hate chocolate coated coffee beans.

    Go figure...
    Wow that does sounds weird!

    I am sure I would love them .. but I hate coffee d'oh!
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    lol jules!

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    Mongo loves very dark chocolate but does not drink (or eat) coffee - so you can work it out from there.
    God help him - there is something he doesn't eat !!
    Mind you, one brand of very dark chocolate he stole once had coffee grindings in it as part of the buz. It was OK but Mongo did not pinch any of those again.
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    Another coffee hater here. But I'll eat the chocolate very happily!
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    gee! just trying to imagine mongo with coffee!!!! LOCK UP YA CATS!


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    Not something I've partaken often but very good for when you need a caffeine hit but don't want to deal with excess fluids. Bonus sugar hit too.

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    Scuse my ignorance, what is the purpose behind a choc covered coffee bean?
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    Personally I think everything should be chocolate coated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by I @ M View Post
    Scuse my ignorance, what is the purpose behind a choc covered coffee bean?
    A tasty pick-me-up snack?

    What is the purpose of a twinkie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maccaroneski View Post
    A tasty pick-me-up snack?

    What is the purpose of a twinkie?
    Aaah, I see, I was imagining a heap of them whizzing around in a grinder and sort of infusing your coffee with a chocolate sludge.

    Now I know what they are I can vote accordingly.

    And I have equally no idea what a twinkie is and something tells me I am probably better off not knowing ------

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    That would be one helluva messy way to make a mocha.

    Twinkies are said to have a shelf life of 75 or more years, and may possibly withstand a nuclear attack.

    Good for the bunker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    Personally I think everything should be chocolate coated!
    had choc coated chillis yet? they are GRRRRRRRREAT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by I @ M View Post
    And I have equally no idea what a twinkie is and something tells me I am probably better off not knowing ------
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    let google be your guide my friends

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