|The coffee company, not the universally reviled GoT character.|
Don't get me wrong, even an occasional coffee drinker such as myself can tell that Nescafe is NOT delicious. When I buy a latte in the parks, I want it to be a GOOD latte, not gross powder coffee water. I do not deviate that far from the path of general consensus.
However - you know those big urns of coffee they put out in the food courts? At least they do it that way in the value resorts; I dunno if they make the coffee experience fancier at more expensive lodgings. I have these really fond memories from my 2011 trip of filling my Disney refillable mug halfway with crappy coffee from a giant silver urn, then topping it off with hot chocolate and little bit of cream before heading off to the park for a day of fun. This was before I started running, and I was just a girl on a Disney trip, enjoying a week of park awesomeness with her then-boyfriend, starting her morning with a sugary, caffeinated sludge that was at once disgusting and amazing.
So. Nescafe. It's decidedly un-delicious. But without it, I can't recreate the park sludge taste I remember. And the very robust nostalgic side of me wishes I could.
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