Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by dontpanicbobby, Oct 20, 2019.
I like my coffee black.
Non-dairy creamer and/or vanilla soy or almond milk. And Sweet & Low. I can't stand black coffee.
Yep black and poured from a 25 year old Stanley thermos. Still made in Nashville at the time...
Glass liners rule.
How do people break them?
It's hard for me to imagine.
I like my French vanilla creamer with some coffee, please...
Cant stand it any other way
Black, no sugar.
Expresso strength preferably.
Black. The end.
I'd rather listen to an infinite loop of Justin Bieber than even smell coffee.
Thank you very much. Have a nice day.
Hazelnut or French Vanilla like they have in Wawa or the Continental Breakfasts in hotels (I'm cheap lol)
Wawa coffee > Starbucks. Don't @ me.
one of my favorite things growing up was to go to a coffee shop where my mom always bought her beans from. and just the smell of coffee always made me smile. i loved the smell, but hated the drink as a kid......my mom let me have a sip one time and i almost threw up......LOL
sorry, but yeah i like it black....like my soul
I can't walk down the coffee aisle in the supermarket without wanting to vomit. I find coffee to be disgusting. (and that's being kind.)
Did you have a bad experience somehow involving coffee, maybe as a child? I ask because it's not unusual for people to find certain smells unpleasant, but not to the degree you're describing.
I like my coffee black and strong, no sugar.
I drink nothing that's sweet. I like my coffee strong and black. It can be hot or cold or anywhere in-between but no sweet. I want to taste coffee.
Flavored coffee (hazelnut, blueberry or caramel). Skim or regular milk. Splenda. Black when I'm trying to count calories.
If I make it, black. If I order it out cream and sugar because all I can taste is the chlorine in the water.
I'd put half and half in the creamer category. I used to use it.
Sometimes Hazel nut cream, sometimes Moccha Carmel cream, other times just milk and coffee, a few equals.
I usually add oat milk to the coffee with mushrooms. Have you ever tried? It is made from RYZE organic mushrooms. I wouldn't have tried if I hadn't read their benefits. When I got a chain of health issues after my student life, I was looking for an alternative to regular coffee. Because of the lack of sleep, I got a kind of anxiety and indigestion. A student would eat junk food from mac, or grab in the hurry a sandwich in the morning because of a lack of time. The consequences were visible, with no energy, no mood. My roommate was drinking this coffee, but I was looking skeptical at it. Since I have received the treatment from my doctor and here were written to drink Mushroom Coffee. Guys, it's a must to try!
E. All of the above, thank you.
Very crude, but funny...consider yourself forewarned:
Black, no sugar, but almost never without something to bite - unless I'm offered a cup.
@mikedt had the line I always think of from Airplane
It really depends upon the coffee, sometimes you need to add a ton of sugar and cream to drink the coffee other coffees are better black they are perfect without adding anything, flavor coffees such as hazelnut or pecan a dash of milk will do
I am a certified coffee snob
I'm not sure what real coffee is. I don't stock the real stuff.
Every time I had one from a Nespresso machine I get a fit of sneezing. Don't know if that's a thing.
My parents both took their coffee black. I grew up drinking it black and never considered trying it any other way. I don't drink anything sweet so a sweetener is out of the question. My wife on the other hand loves her coffee but grew up drinking it with a creamer. She still uses a creamer and will do without if there is no creamer to put in her coffee.
I'm a firm believer that sweet drinks have a direct impact on teeth. Though I'm old and my teeth are getting lose and I've lost a few of them, I haven't had a cavity since I quit drinking sodas in the early seventies. Perhaps just luck but no sodas or sweetener in my tea or coffee has served me well.