When you see tiny little white islands floating along the top of your piping hot extra large coffee, it can mean only one thing: spoiled cream in your coffee.
And if you’re me, the logo on the front of that unnecessarily large cup probably has two obviously misspelled words.
And that particular coffee is no longer suitable for “dunkin’.”
Now, this hasn’t happened with alarming regularity, but the number of coffees fouled by bad cream has reached double-digit figures.
Don’t get me wrong, I like our local double D.
But I may have to buy my large decaf with cream and sugar somewhere else.
There is nothing more frustrating than sitting down with that warm cup of goodness and having that first curdled sip make you gag.
So if you are going to grab some joe, I have one suggestion: check the top before you leave.