When I received my bag of Café Bristol coffee, my initial reaction was "nice packaging."
When I opened it and poured out the beans, I thought, "they look a little dry."
So, I wasn't expecting much when I ground up the beans and brewed a pot.
With little to no enthusiasm, I poured myself a cup, added some raw sugar and non-fat milk, let it sit for about two minutes and took my first sip.
With a "biased" mind, I thought, "okay, it's coffee."
To my surprise, by the time I reached the bottom of the cup, I had to admit this is really good coffee. It really is good.
Fast forward to the second day and I'm enjoying another cup.
The moral of the story: Don't be fooled by looks. It's what's inside that counts.
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