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Blogging From A To Z Challenge: Georgia Coffee

Today’s Letter Is G

Welcome to the A To Z Blogging Challenge for the month of April. I’ve not participated in anything like this before but thought it might be fun. I’ve decided to go with a “theme”. My theme is Japanese. I currently live in Japan and I thought it would be interesting to pick a word and  ”teach” it to you in Japanese.

Georgia Coffee In Japanese Is: Jōjia Kōhī

Japanese Symbol For  Coffee: コーヒー

Georgia brand canned coffee is a big hit here in Japan. Actually, anything in a vending machine is a big hit in this country. Georgia brand comes from Coca-Cola Japan. It comes in both hot or cold in vending machines as well as Japanese convenient stores. You can also buy just 1 or a whole case. Americans here call it crack. It is semi addicting I think.

When I first tried it hot I thought it was alright but over the past 10 months we’ve been here I only had a few. About 1 month ago I tried a cold one. Now, I am a huge fan of iced coffees and I was surprised that I really enjoyed it. I limit myself to 1 can a day, if I do. The cans are very small too.

They are especially great in the cold winter to help keep your hands warm! To find out more information on Georgia Coffee, take a look HERE.

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8 Responses to Blogging From A To Z Challenge: Georgia Coffee

  1. I’ve seen this all over Japan, and especially in the vending machines!

    —Damyanti, Co-host A to Z Challenge April 2012

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  2. I would become addicted too to iced coffee in a can!
    Corinne Rodrigues recently posted..Above AllMy Profile

  3. I thought Georgia Coffee would be Coca-Cola, but REAL coke. Fascinating that it is produced by the Coca-Cola company in Japan.
    And, yes, does sound addicting if you like coffee, which I do!
    Martha Orlando recently posted.."Strength Arise as We Wait Upon the Lord . . ."My Profile

  4. I like cold coffee…this sounds and looks tempting too.

  5. i love iced coffee too!

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxooxox
    empress bee (of the high sea) recently posted..Saturday ramblings and other stuff..My Profile

  6. I’ve never seen this in America. Thanks for the introduction.
    Jolie du Pre recently posted..G is for GodzillaMy Profile

  7. Love anything and all things coffee, cold or hot i’m not
    picky :)
    jen recently posted..google and gutsMy Profile

  8. I’m a coffee addict :)
    Anne recently posted..Things I wish I learned early in life… number 8My Profile

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