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Now This Was Odd

November 25th, 2008 by Steven Gould

A quote from Wiki-How:

If the coffee pot has a dark, reddish-orange stain, it might’ve been used to brew methamphetamine, and the resulting coffee could be hazardous to your health. If there’s a chemical smell in the room, that’s another red flag.

How to Make Good Hotel Room Coffee 

Posted in Coffee, Steve, Technology | 5 Comments »

5 Responses

  1. Madeleine Robins Says:

    I’m really more concerned with the coffee they give you in those little packs, which seems to be made of iron shavings and bellybutton lint.

  2. Madeleine Robins Says:

    “Hotel coffeepots are rarely cleaned and people have been known to do foul things in them.”


  3. Walt Says:

    And if you find a little pot stuck in the frame behind the hanging picture, let me know.

  4. Morgan J. Locke Says:

    I’m officially grossed out now.

  5. occasional fish » Wednesday various Says:

    […] don’t drink coffee very often, and I’ve never actually used a hotel coffeemaker, but this is helpful advice nonetheless. If I’m staying overnight someplace where methamphetamines are regularly brewed, […]

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