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Hot VS Cold

This is a discussion on Hot VS Cold within the Coffee Drinks forums, part of the Coffee Addicts category; OMG, I seriously cannot imagine drinking hot coffee in extremely hot weather conditions, like when the temperature is above 40 degrees celsius or so. My ...

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    OMG, I seriously cannot imagine drinking hot coffee in extremely hot weather conditions, like when the temperature is above 40 degrees celsius or so. My coffee intake depends on weather (and on my mood too), lol.....
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    Frapuccino defintly cold

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    You need hot (black) coffee, if it is gone cold it a bad taste in my opinion.
    I do drink more coffee in winter time though.

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    Good coffee doesn't taste bad when cold, imo. (Even if brewed hot.)

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    I agree with eldub.

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    It's been windy and chilly all day today, and I sold just as many iced mocas as I did hot chocolates. I guess people want what they want, and the weather isn't much of a factor.

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    hi,
    I love hot coffee..

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    Quote Originally Posted by btreath9082 View Post
    So my question is related to the hot coffee versus cold coffee?
    Which one do you prefer? Do you take it depending on the weather? I mean generally people take hot coffee in winters while cold coffee in summers. But how do you take them?
    Let us discuss !
    it depends on the weather. So here in Denver it's mostly hot

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    I like hot in the morning (as long as its not hot/humid and I'm outside)

    One of my friends goes hot in the morning and iced in the afternoon
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    When I went to Asia for visit about 25 years ago, there were tons of cold coffee were available. Many people drink more cold coffee in Asia then Hot back then. Ofcourse they put tons of sugar and cream. And I did enjoy them as a young man. But when I came back to the states, I could not find any coffee house carrying the "Iced Coffee" Now everyone carry some type of cold drinks......

    I love my coffee hot, but I do enjoy cold coffee time to time.....

 

 
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