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                   Sunday, June 22, 2008 - 5:48PM

Starbucks coffee frappuccino - made with hail!

By DAN ROBINSON
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So you have all of this hail in your yard after a severe thunderstorm just swept through, and the temperatures are rising again. What can you do to cool off?

Start off with a couple handfuls of freshly-fallen hail (rinsed off to remove dirt and grass from ground impact):

Add a bottle of cold coffee/milk mixture to blender:

Add hail:

Blend at maximum power until hail is finely ground:

Pour into large mug or glass:

Add whipped cream topping:

Now this is a great way to end a good expedition day!

(by the way, this post is in no way sponsored or endorsed by Starbucks)

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The following comments were posted before this site switched to a new comment system on August 27, 2016:

Very nice!
- Posted by Beau Dodson from Paducah KY
very funny!!
- Posted by vikram from charleston,wv
This is so unusual. I never thought you could make a coffee frappucino with hail. That sounds delicious. Hopefully, I get to try that sometime.
- Posted by Evan Popchock

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