A Tale in Four Photos.



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The End.

(Afternote: Did you ever notice how every single beverage in the world has its own sound when it’s being poured? Interesting how the ingredients of a given beverage impact things like the acoustics of its pouring.)

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7 Responses to A Tale in Four Photos.

  1. mylittlegeekery says:

    You took those at work? So THAT'S what you do all day!

  2. Kelly Sedinger says:

    Yes, because clearly that took eight hours to accomplish. Sigh!!!

  3. SK Waller says:

    Many years ago I had a close friend who was blind. She told me that at the school she attended as a child they taught the students how to pour hot drinks by listening to the "pitch of the pour" and by hooking their little fingers over the cup's rim for cold drinks.

    You must have a musical ear to notice the different pours!

  4. Alex J. Cavanaugh says:

    Sorry, not a coffee drinker. But I do get excited to hear the sound of an energy drink can opening.

  5. Roger Owen Green says:

    Sound can enhance the drinking experience.

  6. mylittlegeekery says:

    Well, that depends Kelly. Did you cold brew your coffee? Isn't that suppose to take 8-12 hours?

  7. Kelly Sedinger says:

    Yes, Tayna. I cold-brewed coffee at work, and stood there watching the water extract the grounds. Why must you be this way!!! (I've never cold-brewed, actually…I may do it this year, though, and experiment a bit with iced coffee. From what I've read, you extract the grounds for 24 hours.)

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