Make good coffee.

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There is no shame in making coffee.  Just because we make coffee, does not make us “coffee jockeys” as so many interns can sometimes feel.  We make coffee for ourselves, for each other and yes sometimes for our boss.  And there is no shame in that.  What there is shame in however, is making bad coffee.  And around here at Intern Inc. world headquarters there is no shortage of controversy surrounding the amount of coffee necessary to produce the perfect pot of pristine personal petrol.  

I took it upon myself to survey the team and here are the long-awaited results:

Michael:  Eight carefully measured tablespoons per one 12 cup carafe.

Marc: Pours the coffee directly from the bag into the machine until the cone filter appears to be filled half way.

Ross (Me):  One heaping scoop of coffee per two cups of water plus one heaping scoop for luck. 

Emily:  Whatever Ross says because he is smart.

Nicole:  1/2 gallon of 91 octance gasoline and $2.00.  (She drives to Starbucks and is mortally terrified of coffee makers.)

Derek:  Zero scoops of coffee mixed with one large bottle of highly sugared green tea with ginseng. 

How about you?  If you don’t trust us, click this link for what the pros over at say, and keep that coffee brewing!

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