lower end of the cup of joe totem pole. I’m almost 100% certain that Dunkin Donuts has some of the best coffee in New York. I used to be a hardcore coffee addict. We’re talking three to four to more cups a day. When I entered my brief stint as a vegan, I quit coffee cold turkey, which was probably the hardest part about not being able to eat meat or dairy. I haven’t actually picked the habit back up, but I do drink coffee from time to time, usually when it’s been a tough week or I feel I deserve something special. While the quality of Dunkin Donuts is generally superior to most other chain coffee companies, the lines are usually eternal because the person behind the counter is struggling with the English language, the American people, or just their existence in general. They are usually unpleasant and rude, and this somehow slows the coffee brewing process. This is nothing compared to the fact that Dunkin Donuts does not carry soy milk. COME ON. This is New York City, circa 2011, where thousands of people struggle with dairy problems. You can’t find the capital to order a couple of boxes of soy milk for your lactose-challenged customers? You may have the better coffee, Dunkin Donuts, but the green giant of chain-store coffee will continue to get my business on the days when I desperately crave a soy latte.
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