When Kids Drink Coffee For The First Time

Coffee is one of the most popular drinks throughout the world. There are many, many varieties and there are so many things that you can put into yummy drink that makes the coffee drinking experience a glorious event.

But, remember when you first started drinking coffee? Chances are…you didn’t like the taste too much but after time, you developed an “acquired taste” and now you just go a day without your daily cup of java.

Anyway, I found this cute little video that shows the reactions of kids when they try tasting coffee for the first time.

Watching the reactions and the faces the kids make are priceless. I hope that you enjoy this little video as much as I did!!

Have a great day and remember….LIFE IS GOOD!!

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4 thoughts on “When Kids Drink Coffee For The First Time

  1. I remember my first cup of coffee. It was back in the day of percolators. It smelled so good and I wondered why my dad liked it. I asked and asked — finally got my first cup of coffee. What I didn’t know until I was an adult, is that dad put one drop of coffee in a cup and said he was going to put cream in it. He actually filled the cup with milk. 🙂

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  2. This reminds me of the first time I tried coffee. I was 3 years old, and we were at my grandpa’s house. My grandpa used to make the best Turkish coffee (according to my dad), and I used to smell it and wonder what it tastes like. The smell always attracted me, but I never dared to ask to try it because I thought it’s an only-adults drink 😀 Anyway, one day my mom was generous enough to let me taste it. I took a sip and I spitted out right away. It was so bitter that I decided I’ll never drink coffee again. When I turned 16 I started to drink coffee and try all the different varieties. By the age of 20 I became a coffee expert. Now I am 21 and I quit coffee because of the caffeine, but I still like it.

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