View Poll Results: What do you put in your coffee?

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  • Cream

    3 6.82%
  • Sugar

    4 9.09%
  • Other: please comment.

    19 43.18%
  • Cream + Sugar

    18 40.91%
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  1. #21
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    Actually, the Americano is perfect b/c it has no milk or sugar. Just a strong flavor (with SF syrup). No calories, no dairy, no problem!

  2. #22
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    Javakay...I personally do not drink milk or sweetner in my coffee...I think milk is a very nasty thing....humans are the only creature that is not weaned from milk....and from another species to boot. anyway..you said you do not take sweetner in your coffee...ummm...mochas have sweetner. Chocolate=Sugar
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

  3. #23
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    strictly black, no sugar or creme for me

  4. #24
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    Black is the only way for me. I can't stand creamy or sweet coffee

  5. #25
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    Straight up, black coffee is always the way to go.

    I do experiment though, and have found fondness for Vietnamese coffee. I did a realy werid thing and added bacchus to my coffee at work ... boy howdy ... ahh man, do that and you will think you may have tooken some illegals. hehe don't try this kids!
    The man with the many Coffee hats.

  6. #26
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    either black or with a shot of espresso.

  7. #27
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    pure espresso only
    and nothing afterward, not even a glass of water

  8. #28
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    The only coffee I will add anything to (other than milk-occasionally) is BAD coffee, this is to hide the taste.

    A good coffee blend should have everything you need in the blend.


    And if you like sweet or chocolate coffees, boy do I have a blend for you!

  9. #29
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    What do you put in your coffee?

    A little sugar and non-dairy dry "creamer".
    Sometimes I'll spurge and use 1/2 and 1/2 or one of the blends (buts these can be icky, however rich.

    I am diabetic, but still use some sugar - I have tried the "Artificial Sweeteners" .. They are horrible with a lingering unpleasant after-taste.
    Never again !

  10. #30
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    How do I drink my coffee? Wow, what a question. Naturally, that depends on many factors: mood, time of day, origin of beans, and temperature/season are probably the most important.

    In general, on a temperate weekday I favor an espresso in the morning, preferably an Antigua Guatemala/Mex. Pluma blend with just a touch of Jamaican robusta for a jolt; I almost always brew this myself using an antique lever machine, although I've been known to trust myself to certain baristas when on vacation. I tend to avoid coffee during the afternoon, preferring tea, but almost always have a cup of straight black drip-brewed coffee after dinner. The roast and bean depends on the meal, really, but it really must be black.

    On weekends, I tend to prefer either drip-brewed dark roasts with just a touch of milk to add to complexity, or a moka-press brewed cappuccino slightly darker than usual.

    When it's hot out, I like a lighter roast (Kona blends are very nice, Sumatra if I'm in the mood) in the afternoon, generally drip, with a few spoons of sugar and enough whole milk to bring the temperature of the coffee down so that it's refreshing. Tea really helps in the morning and evening, otherwise the caffeine makes me sweat like some sort of football player.

    Cold climate calls for nothing but Greek/Turkish coffee and espresso in my opinion. A good light/medium roast with a touch of robusta brewed Turkish really warms a person up in the morning. Black, no sugar. Espresso in the afternoon, maybe?

    And I roast/grind/brew almost all of my coffees.

 

 
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