SMOKING AND THAT GOOD OL’ MORNING COFFEE

Jul 15

Alright, how many people out there enjoy that beautiful morning cup of coffee while reading the paper, or eating breakfast? Statistics out there say about half of the people over 18 out there drink a cup reliably every morning. And why not? Coffee is delicious, and it helps you get going in the morning when you need it.

But how many of you out there that drink coffee every morning smoke too? Statistics say that about 20% of all people over 18 smoke, so I’ll guess that a lot of you do. Now, here’s where this gets interesting. A good chunk, probably something like 50 or 60% of those people who drink coffee everyday get their coffee on the go, somewhere like Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts. That means that about half or more of the people who drink coffee everyday spend probably close to $20 or $25 each week on coffee. That’s quite a big amount of money.

Now, going back on topic, smokers who get coffee out like that, too, are spending the same $25 each week on coffee in addition to the $70 or so it is to smoke a week. Now, putting the money aside and such for now, what if I told you that the smokers who drink coffee don’t get their money’s worth for their coffee. Their spending the exact same $25, but are not getting that same, rich coffee taste for that cash. And why not? They’re just as much as a paying customer as the next guy, right?

Well, yeah. In fact, it’s not the coffee joint’s fault at all. It’s the smoker’s fault that their coffee isn’t as good. You see, smoking cigarettes kills your ability to taste. So that coffee that you as a smoker think is incredibly weak and un-fulfilling could actually be quite potent to a non-smoker. Don’t believe me? Just stop smoking for a few days, but get the same cup of coffee each morning. Unlike many problems associated with smoking, your sense of taste and smell come back in a few days. By the third or fourth day without smoking, there’s a good chance that your favorite cup of coffee will just not be the same. It may be too strong or just not the flavor you thought it was. It may taste like a burnt passaic county chimney. Either way, you’re missing out and that real coffee taste and smell. It’s not like doing brick pointing in brooklyn is any easier than a chimney.

Now, many of you probably paled when I said to stop smoking, even for just a few days. There’s another way to get your taste buds back. Switch from Cigarettes to E-Cigs. The vapor used in E-Cigs to deliver the nicotine you want doesn’t kill your taste buds – so if you make the switch, that delicious cup of morning coffee you’ve always wanted is right around the corner. And you’ll be sorry you didn’t know what you were missing. Visit http://www.clearette.com to get started with electronic cigarettes today.