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Second Cup brews an exclusive new blend for Air Canada

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Second Cup brews an exclusive new blend for Air Canada. On Nov. 1, a new premium coffee developed exclusively for Air Canada by Second Cup will be offered to our customers on all our domestic and international flights. Called Corazón, meaning “heart” in English, this new coffee blend will be served in a new cup designed for Air Canada featuring Second Cups’ new logo.
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And this is important news because..... :wink:
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Married new hire pilots may have to work as barristas to make ends meet, so it is need-to-know for their rent money job. :wink:
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Do I detect some jelousy? Thought so.
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Nope. Just did four reference interviews. They'll be happy there, and AC'll be happy to have 'em.

I'm way too informal to be happy there.
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*Checks timing of this decision*
Hey! Air Canada is introducing new coffee blend on their flights on my birthday! lol! :shock:
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Rebel wrote:Second Cup brews an exclusive new blend for Air Canada. On Nov. 1, a new premium coffee developed exclusively for Air Canada by Second Cup will be offered to our customers on all our domestic and international flights. Called Corazón, meaning “heart” in English, this new coffee blend will be served in a new cup designed for Air Canada featuring Second Cups’ new logo.
We have been using Second Cup coffee for years. So now we will have a " Special Blend" of crap. Probably all those recycled coffee beans from previous flights being mixed in with new stuff. A six sigma project costing $500.000 but will save the company $300.000

Launch date of November 1, of what year? :wink:

Just kidding but I'll bet not too far off.
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Hmm sounds like someone didn’t have their fix of Second Cup this morning..

On another note Montie Brewer, President and CEO of Air Canada, will make a presentation at the CIBC World Markets Frontenac Institutional Investor Conference in Québec City on September 23, 2005.

Now you really need that Second Cup of Corazón.. :)
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Well I gotta admit... I've always enjoyed the coffee on AC flights.

Now if I could just get hired, so someone could give me a cup whilst I work... instead of forcing down lukewarm shots of sour home-brew from a battered ol' thermos.

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Ahhh Rebel.

I'm just jokin around! When I am at home, I enjoy my Illy espresso imported from Italy.

I have never been a fan of the Second Cup, Starbucks is even worse, I don't know how anyone can call that coffee!

In the interest of keeping this aviation related, don't you think it would be better to board brewed coffee in a thermal tank instead of brewing it onboard? Less chance of an electrical fire and the coffee would taste much better.
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Heck, I don't even drink coffee well okay if I'm forced to but it's not the beverage of choice. :) But I do like the smell of coffee brewing.
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