So, being the take no prisoner type, I dove right in and grabbed the plastic can looking thing (I am not sure what it should be called, it is not quite big enough to be a bucket, but, somehow it seems wrong to call something plastic a can, and it is not shaped correctly to be a bottle, why is life so hard?) and a spoon, and went about the business of iced coffee production.
|I drank part of this before I thought a picture might be|
a good idea, but there is ice and coffee, so you can tell
I know from whence I speak.
Maybe it is ground up gypsum board. It didn't say anything anywhere about being "Plaster Free." Which to my thinking is a little more important than a bit of dairy, gluten or lactose. It might be the stuff you use to make concrete, because it said nothing about being "Lime Free."
Well, iced coffee is still pretty good, and if you can look past the potentially lethal side effects of the white, powdery stuff it is a great way to start your work day. But, when I order one at a restaurant I am going to ask for extra lactose and gluten, and reduced plaster, just to be safe.