Evolving Taste

I was thinking about this earlier today: I don’t like milk drinks much anymore.

It’s true. I cannot stomach a latte over 6 oz. That’s my tolerance. I have no idea how some people can deal with a daily 20 oz sweetened latte. Ugh. I’ll just take my espresso, thank you very much.

Non-coffee news: I’m now on track to enter into a Geology honours degree here at UBC. No more marine biology. I’m still keeping the water aspect alive though. Likely my field of study will be in environmental/hydrogeology.

I got my tickets for my first non-UBC concert in Vancouver today too. I’ll be seeing Stars play at the Commodore. I am so excited. My accompaniment for the evening? Why, a friend from work, Ava Drake. Should be a good time.

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2 Responses to “Evolving Taste”


  1. 1 coffee activist November 14, 2005 at 11:22 pm

    nice, i saw stars when they were here a couple months back… they put on a really good show. I also don’t like large milk drinks anymore. I’m pretty much at the point where if it’s over 6 – 8 oz. i’m not interested. It’s so milky that it practically puts me to sleep.

  2. 2 Scott November 20, 2005 at 10:19 am

    Agreed on the milk thing…seems such a waste of good coffee and fresh cow. Unless you’re trying to pull off some amazingly large art in a monstrous bowl mug or something…


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