Dunkin Donuts Wins Best Coffee In Emmaus Patch

South Mountain Cycle and Subway tie for second in Best Cup of Coffee in Emmaus Patch Poll.

The results are in and your friends and neighbors say is the place to go for the best cup of coffee in Emmaus Patch.

Dunkin Donuts received . South Mountain Cycle and Subway tied for second place, each earning 20 percent of the Emmaus Patch vote.

King Koffee gets a shout-out for pulling in the most user comments, all of which sing King Koffee's praises.

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Check back Monday for our next poll, the best Breakfast Spot.

Jason George February 27, 2012 at 02:40 AM
Those are some great points, Nancy, which I didn't even want to get into with people who like the taste of corporate coffee. But one thing I would add is that in my research on coffees I discovered that Europe will get preferential treatment in the quality of beans they get. This is why just by default Europe has better coffee than us. It's simply part of the sad state of affairs of the American food industry.
matt February 27, 2012 at 03:21 PM
coffee research? my apologies. I just drink coffee. i don't have any degrees in coffeeology. answer me this- why is Dunkin Donuts ALWAYS packed full and these so-called superior local coffee shops empty?
Jason George February 27, 2012 at 05:59 PM
@Matt, I'm confused with your statement, "coffee research"... I assume you understand that Nancy and I are involved in the industry of coffee, and therefor would be involved in researching our industry. Why would you even think we would expect anything of you in this regard. As I said, people know what they like. Surely you don't think the quality of product is greater simply because more people go to certain places? Who thinks Pizza Hut is better than Cavaluzzo's? Or McDonald's is better than The Burgery?
Nancy O'Keefe February 27, 2012 at 07:27 PM
Good insights, Jason. Your comments about the "sad state of affairs of the American food industry" extends to other facets of society as well. For instance, I'm really happy that my auto mechanic knows something about cars when I hear a "ding" under the hood; or that my dentist went to dental school to research how to care for teeth. Our country is plagued by a dearth of intellectual curiosity. People are willing to settle for so much less. I'm glad that you and I did the research that our businesses require so that we are able to inform our customers about our products. I wonder how many people standing behind the counter at DD can talk to their customers about coffee!!
matt February 27, 2012 at 09:59 PM
jason, why would you assume that I have any idea who you and nancy are? or that I know that you are in "the business"?


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