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Sunday, July 13, 2014

Coffee Comfort!

I am not a regular jogger but I do love waking up early to enjoy the freshness of the morning and to touch the glittering cold drops of dew resting on green leaves.  I would love to share an experience- Around three days back, my friend and I decided to do a jogging session together at the community park’s jogging tracks. I was supposed to meet her at 6:00 AM. So, I set out from home, somewhat sleepy but while I was sluggishly walking towards the park, something perked up my mood all of a sudden! As I crossed the houses and the gates, taking a turn, a smell that came from a house had me stuck in my tracks! It was so lively and zesty that I literally stopped to fill it within myself for a few minutes, without bothering about my poor friend waiting in the park! The timing was perfect too! This very smell can literally steal your heart in early mornings and late evenings making you leave everything in the world to enjoy long reveries in its unparalleled aroma. No points for guessing- I am talking about the smell of roasting coffee beans! It gives a reboot to all the bored souls including those who suffer from exhaustion burn-outs and depression, making them dance with a cuppa in hand!


Usually, most of us use instant coffee powder to save on time and effort but if you really wish to enjoy the real flavor of coffee, you will have to take a bit of pain and do some effort and roast them to get the desired effect. The aroma is not only intoxicating but is also very soothing. It can calm down tired brains, irritable moods and stressed nerves within minutes, perking up the mood for better. Also, yes! It is a mild form of aphrodisiac as well!

The tantalizing whiff of fresh coffee mingled in the gentle air of early morning just made my day! I stood glued to my place for some moments inhaling and relishing the redolence. So, you can easily guess my next purchase- a bag of coffee beans to roast at home!


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24 comments:

  1. so true .. coffee comfort .. ! coincidentally i too wrote on coffee 3 days back ( though that was offbeat coffee love )

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    1. Hi Ankur

      is it! I will check it out for sure :)

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  2. Hmmmmmmmmm its just divine! Just by reading your post I could smell the magic of roasting of coffee beans. Your post transported me to my childhood days. On the way home from my school there was a lane which was famous for coffee grinding and selling shops. Even though that route was a bit long, I religiously used to travel that way just for that magical aroma! I tried roasting and grinding it myself, but could never get that exact smell which I used to get there.
    Every time I hear the word coffee, I get the tune in mind-“pa-pa-pap-paa raa raa…The taste (smell) that gets you starting up” :). It is hard to forget some tunes :)

    Have a wonderful morning with a delight in your hand! :)

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    1. Hi Stranger

      Thanks a lot! I am so happy that you could feel the aroma through this post :)
      A cup of coffee is really magical and I can fully understand the reason for your longer routes :)

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  3. I love coffee ..I like a full robust coffee with a lot of bite.. just an all around good flavor ..any ideas..what is your favorite thing to eat along with your coffee?

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    1. Hi Kopi

      I love it too!! I love to eat potato chips with it :D

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  4. I love the smell of coffee too! Had done a post on it looong back. There's nothing like the smell of coffee to cheer you up on those gloomy mornings :)

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    1. Hi A

      Yup! I love that smell too! is it? I will look up that post on ur blog :)

      yes, I agree!

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  5. Coffee is always a waiting drink for me.. Wen I am waiting for someone it keeps me calm and save the person who is coming late for the meeting from my wrath.. :P

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    1. Hi Megha

      hahah! yes, i know! And also that you prefer cold cofee!

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  6. Sadly I can never smell that again as I lost my sense of smell but I do remember a store in the UK where they used to roast coffee beans, wonderful smell. That was when I was a very young woman. By the way, I never make instant coffee, always brew it even if I don't roast the beans

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    1. Hi Jo

      Oh, very sorry for that. The smell of roasting coffee is intoxicating!! Nice! I would love to taste your coffee :)

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  7. I love the smell of coffee beans and freshly brewed coffee!

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    1. Hi Katrin

      I love that too! I had read somewhere that Germans take coffee after meals.

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  8. Ah blissful!! just the thought of coffee is enough to bring a happy smile and light up my eyes.

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  9. i have stayed in this land which smells of roasted coffee beans for long and i know what you mean. Loved your narration and the way i went all over it once again. Thanks for liking my posts and stopping by to comment too. Grateful indeed. :)

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    1. Hi Shivani

      Thanks a lot! I am so glad that you enjoyed the post!

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  10. Hmmm! Now you've made me thirsty for a cuppa.

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    1. Hi Geetashree

      hehe! Thanks a lot!
      :)

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  11. This post is a very poetic expression of real flavour and fragrance of fresh coffee!! Nicely written :)

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    1. Hi Sai!

      Nice to see your comment after a long tym :D
      thanks a ton! I love freshly brewed coffee :)

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  12. From IndiBlogger, I see that you are from Haryana. Coffee is even better in the South. Regardless, it is a great inspiration and I hope that you do well in the contest.

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  13. Hi Micky

    I am sorry, I saw your comment today only.

    Yes, South India's coffee is very famous. Thanks a lot!

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