Mr. G, honey sent me a link to the Canadiano site. I think he’s probably hinting for this personalized crafted coffeemaker. He’s about all things coffee at the moment.
I’m all about the verra creative videos. And the limited edition DoubleDouble. Heh.
Made in Canada, baby.
Because I like to share, and it’s Hump Day — that day of the week that we just need to bzzzzzzz right over — I give you Parker.
Parker knows how to make
a manwich coffee.
The next time Canadiano does a Pop-Up shop, I see a field trip in our future. I am intrigued.
Wednesday, we’re on it.
Thanks for the tip, Mr. G, honey.
Now, which wood will he want?
Disclaimer: Canadiano doesn’t know me. They’ve never heard of me or my little bloggity. The end.
8 thoughts on “I see a field trip in our future…”
What?! I didn’t know this was a thing! I drink coffee, but I now know that I’m less knowledgeable about the beverage than I ever thought possible. Their videos are hilarious!
I loved all four of those videos! But Parker with the dill pickle going through the table saw… hahahaha. I’m thinking a coarser grind, like you use with a French Press, would be the ticket.
OK, that was fun! Local too!
I know. It’s like a twofer! 🙂
Wait? Canada has hipsters?
Well, seriously, this is way cool. Let me note that when I think of “Parker,” I think of the manliest Parker ever: http://violentworldofparker.com
But I think that I may have to get me one of them there Canadianos . . .
You are too funny, Daniel. I am so laughing right now. Speaking as a Canadian Northern Girl, I truly feel you must get you “one of them there Canadianos…” 😀 You made me click. Ha.
Coffee is art – and great fun, which is clearly demonstrated here. 🙂
It is art, isn’t it? I’m glad you enjoyed this bit of fun, Otto!
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