A Coffee story By S.K 2006-02-14 Coffee 6 Comments If you can read Thamizh (Tamil), it is for you! I have made a thorough research (obfuscated one!) on coffee and posted it on my blog in Tamil (Thamizh). This is the URL. Please visit and record your comments. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share on Google+ Pin It! Share on StumbleUpon Related Posts:Who did it first?Joel on Software!Ruled by tagsWhy do people comment?Is number of comments a benchmark? Tagged on: blog, Coffee, kichu, Thamizh ← Twisted events Bloggers being hired by ZDNet → 6 thoughts on “A Coffee story” gudipudi 2006-11-28 at 10:02 pm hi , this is my first post James 2007-01-30 at 1:16 am I have found your site very interesting. Please give the updates. Cheers, James ———————————— http://www.coffeebreakusa.com/ vettiyan 2007-06-16 at 10:30 am hi !! if u are blogging in tamil , there is an interesting way to diaplay your script in tamil , visit http://quillpad.in/tamil you can find peaceful ways to convey in native script K.Balaji 2007-11-03 at 11:57 pm S……………..ooper KICHU! About Coffee in Tamil I mean! Sorry for addressing like this. I felt so happy and elated to read the item and enthusiased so much that I expressed my happiness like this. Its realy SUPERB. Peak of it is To Start With is a song of Great GNB in Kapi. This song I have not heard (and I want to have this. How? Can you pl send?) The 60, 40 blend which you mentioned takes me to my childhood days, when I used to wait at coffee grinding shop for buying seeds and getting it grinded. Really that taste of that blend still remains in my tounge even now! Next, your referring Chikmagalur and CHINNA PENNOOR was nice. You seem to be humerous! Your long tips about how to prepare filter coffee, (about proper measure of powder, water etc.,, about closing the filtr properly, etc ) is very very educative. Its true! Above all, your mention about Lakshmi’s novel ARAKKU MAALIGAI…. wov…really nice. I had a nostalgic travel! What you have mentioned about bed coffee is hundred percent correct. To end with, I had a very good time vising your blog. and…..i hope you belong to Tanjore dist like me! S.K Post author2007-11-04 at 4:03 am Thank you very much Mr.Balaji for your kind words. Yes, you guess it right. I belong to Thanjavur district. Your appreciation spurs me to write a second version of the coffee story (probably in English?)! When? I can’t tell! Because procrastination is my middle name! 😆 K.Balaji 2007-11-04 at 7:28 am Thank you sir, it was my pleasure. Waiting to ‘drink’ coffee ‘in english’ !! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of followup comments via e-mail Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.