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How does someone who loves giraffes so much miss #nationalgiraffeday 😭 I can't believe nobody told me 🦒🦒🦒🦒🦒🦒 at least there's finally a giraffe emoji?
But anyway, if you didn't see my stories, I'm really into this new beverage called teeccino ☕ I absolutely loooove warm beverages, I like to drink them all throughout the day and I find myself drinking a lot of coffee 😮 which causes a lack of focus for me sometimes because all that caffeine makes me jittery! So this is an herbal coffee - tastes like coffee but with no caffeine, which is perfect 👍 I got it off @amazon for pretty cheap too 😊 I liked the vanilla nut one the best, which is odd because I don't normally like flavored coffee 🤔 .
And sadly I'm not sponsored and this isn't an ad, I just think some of you might benefit from this knowledge of a caffeine-free coffee (sort of coffee) 😂 if you couldn't tell I'm working from home today, I didn't have much to do in lab so why not spend it reading with my cat? 😻 .
Lastly, @prettysmartsci and I will be announcing winners for our giveaway very shortly! So exciting!!! 😁 I hope you all have a wonderful weekend 😊
It’s a beautiful spring day and I found a great place in the sun to enjoy this break between experiments and delicious triple espresso. ☕️
What makes this coffee so overwhelmingly good? For me, it's all about the strong, rich flavors that come from an elegant combination of roasty bitterness and fruity flavors. The acids present in the coffee bean add fruity and floral notes. The largest contributor to fruity flavor is thought to be the citric and malic acid. Chlorogenic acid, which breaks down into caffeic and quinic acid as well as phenols in the darker roasts adds bitterness. Trigonelline is an alkaloid that breaks down during roasting and gives coffee the intense roasty flavor I love so much. As an added bonus, one cup of coffee provides more than 100% of your vitamin B3 for the day.