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Taste Nirvana Brand – Thai Coffee

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Normally I don’t drink anything out of a can. You have no idea what is lurking in there, down in the depths of murky liquid. I was a mile or so (if you can believe that) away from a Starbucks or a Peet’s coffee spot, and I needed a a jolt (not the cola). I stepped into a Vietnamese market because they had posters of coffee and tea drinks in their window. This was the first one I saw. It was just the right amount of cold–I’m more of a room temperature water and tea guy. I popped it open, peered inside (you never know) and took a sip. The sip morphed into a swig that changed to a gulp. Smooth. Not too sweet. Strong coffee flavor. Most coffee drinks are sweetness with a hint of coffee. This was the opposite. It took me seconds to drain the 10.5 fl.oz can. No aftertaste. No aftertaste is a really big deal. If you like cold, sweetened coffee that doesn’t taste like hot death after consumption, and doesn’t give you the jitters because of an obscene amount of caffeine, give this a try. But remember to look in the can before you drink it. You never know.

Health information:

  • Contains both milk and soy.
  • 19g of sugar
  • 15 mg cholesterol
  • 210 mg sodium
  • 170 calories
  • Comes in a can you can’t see into



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