So what's your favorite kind of coffee? If your feeling spicy, you can even say your favorite coffee and wear from.
After four months all over Europe, Espresso is my coffee drink of choice. It's dark, delicious, has plenty of antioxidants, and I feel less jittery after drinking it. I have no ideal place, most places I get it at are a mom and pops coffee shop.
I would say that my favorite coffee would be the caramel machiatto from Starbucks. It is one of the best coffee I have tasted and for a very cheap price, it gives me the much needed boost that I need for the whole day. I really love coffee and do my assignment on reading on different information on coffee online i.e. http://www.oncoffeemakers.com Kudos!
love the seasonal lattes at Starbucks - Pumpkin Spice and Gingerbread also love homemade mochas.
My husband drinks Tim Hortons and Tim Hortons only. No we do not have a Tim Hortons in North Dakota but he does have his own Tim Hortons coffee maker and has his supplier from Canada get him the Tim Hortons coffee. Those canadians are nutballs!
I had some Blue Mountain coffee when I was in Jamaica that was soooo good that I bought some...very pricey..brought it home and it didn't taste nearly as good??? I usually buy starbucks Sumatra or Italian roast.
I like the Hawaiian peaberry, but the best coffee is made by a friend of ours who makes traditional Ethiopian coffee, its called "two hour coffee", she roasts the beans herself & then walks around the house with the beans for everyone to smell before she grinds them...its amazing coffee.
I've stopped drinking coffee for about 6 years now. But my favorite coffee before is just the ordinary one, with creamer (my favorite creamer is coffeemate), and more sugar! want it sweet! I used to drink coffee anytime of the day, more than 6 cups..
My favorite choice is shade grown coffee! There are some expensive coffees such as luwak, blue mountain or kona, but to my ordinary and taste buds, shade grown coffees are the best! Of course they gotta be roasted fresh!
For a decadent treat, I love a Vietnamese coffee. It's made with a dark roast coffee, preferably with chicory. Make it with a French Press or drip method. Add it to a couple of tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk, ummm ... delicious!
The Turkish coffee others have mentioned sounds interesting, I'm going to have to try that.
For many years I have mixed many blends to make my own coffee. Usually it is a chocolate velvet or mocha mixed with a french roast od Kona coffee. My original blend was this: In a large container mix equal parts Ground or freshly grind your own Breakfast Blend, Swiss Chocolate Almond, Jamaican Blue Mountain, Mocha Java, and Amaretto. These flavors of coffee are then shaken together. Add Creole coffee with chicory for a smoother taste especially if you drink it black. (As I do, no sugar). Now you can make a whole pot of this coffee. I used to get requests for it from friends and would bring them some.
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