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The best time of day to drink coffee

If you're the devoted coffee drinker you claim to be, you might wake up thinking about that first cup. Or maybe you're such a caffeine fiend that you go to sleep thinking about it and set your coffee machine to auto-brew minutes before your alarm clock goes off. To anyone who recognizes this scene, we've got some bad news for you: The best time of day to drink coffee isn't right when you get up.
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