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...from your mailman instead of your local artisan roaster. A 10-ouce can of Cafe Caribe makes about 10 large espressos or cappuccinos (probably the equivalent of a Starbuck 's double), and if you buy it on Amazon for $2.00 per brick, each cup will cost you twenty cents. That means that your annual cost for productivity and bliss is only $73. Heck, at that price you can afford to have a second cup every day and still tuck away over $1300 a year! Of course these calculations do not factor in the initial investment of thirty or forty dollars for a Krups espresso machine on eBay, perhaps a ten-spot for a thermos, and the ongoing cost of milk or cream and sugar; but even taking those into consideration you still come out well ahead of your brand-loyal friends. So kiss goodbye to the Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee and say hello to Jamaica, or Aspen, or to financial freedom!
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