Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Happiness is...


piping hot Leo coffee made from the very first decoction of the day

(She started it! Carry on bloggers)

16 comments:

anjali said...

hehehe...acquisition from recent trip home?

TomCruiseChellumm said...

In case you ran out of coffee powder after the afternoon brew and forgot to stock up, you dont have to compromise on the morning ritual by settling for brew. Leo in Mylapore opens as early as 6 in the morning

TomCruiseChellumm said...

Brew as in Bru

smallfontkuttebaspam said...

May I add that in case you you find Leo not yet open when you walk down a deserted South Mada Street, help is at hand in the New Sarvana Bhavan outlet on the North Mada street.
But I understand that they use something called Vivekananda coffee- perhaps a powder which brings joy along with a bit of vivekam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

smallfontkuttebaspam said...

In his days Shelley (or is it Shelly?) may not have tasted coffee, leave alone Leo coffee. Otherwise generations of English students in colonial india would have had to wrestle with "An Ode to a South Indian Brew"

San said...

ha mine would be so simple - might take it fwd too :)

shyam said...

Coffee enge??? :)

the wannabe indian punkster said...

ohhh, ennakku ippo leo coffe venum!

:-)

this reminds me...I should pick up a filter the next time Im in Madras.

:D

The ramblings of a shoe fiend said...

anjali - the filter image is off google! but i do own 3 filters of varying sizes and my recent trip home saw me richer by 6 kgs of coffee powder

tcc - hmm that's about 1:30 am for me here and a few thousand miles walk

sfk - all coffee brings vivekam me thinks!

san - :D hope u do!

shyam - hidden in my freezer! London varaiya?

punkster - I hate craving for filter cofee and not being able to satisfy the need. :)

Ravages said...

No fair. No fair. Coffee, filter coffee is mine.

Damn, now I have to hunt for newer happinesses...even though I did this one a long time ago

The ramblings of a shoe fiend said...

ravages - muahahahah! hows the search going?

Ravages said...

The result of the search shall soon be published over on the SelAm blog. :)

I tend to think you'd like it.

neha vish said...

How MUCH I miss filter kapi

The ramblings of a shoe fiend said...

neha - you're welcome over any time for some filter kapi (in tumbler davara of course!)

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