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Buying coffee in Koyeian is too expensive for me, and besides, I want to give up one-off coffee cups, because it is very environmentally unfriendly. I decided to make coffee at home and chose Green Mountain Coffee K-Cup pods, try this. It is no less tasty and high quality than in coffee shops, while you can adjust the amount of milk added.

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