What is the Weirdest Thing You Put in Coffee?

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  1. Mutiny92 profile image65
    Mutiny92posted 12 years ago

    This guy adds bacon, cheese and hotsauce.

    I think the twix bar in the coffee sounds good though!


    Do you add anything strange?

  2. Mutiny92 profile image65
    Mutiny92posted 12 years ago

    blue cheese dressing did not look pleasant...

  3. almurray profile image67
    almurrayposted 12 years ago

    Very strange.

    Bacon = great, coffee = great

    together = lets try it before i judge but I think I know the answer. Some things are best left as they are.

    1. Mutiny92 profile image65
      Mutiny92posted 12 years agoin reply to this

      I concur - bacon in coffee does not sound palatable.

  4. Affiliate Guide profile image61
    Affiliate Guideposted 12 years ago

    Oh No!!!

    I just couldn't stand ruining good coffee or good bacon by mixing them outside the stomach!

    I love coffee straight but I have been known to add a packet of hot chocolate mix on days that I need the extra energy.

  5. Greek One profile image64
    Greek Oneposted 12 years ago

    crown royal....

    hold the coffee

  6. nlthomas profile image60
    nlthomasposted 12 years ago

    Oh wow ... I cannot even use those coffee/powdered milk additives. Just sugar and 1% milk thanks. I don't think I could take it any other way. I can't even drink flavored coffees.

    Now tea on the other hand, I drink many flavors and have dipped turkey in it before. I know it sounds bad! However, if you have lipton tea bags and some turkey (not lunch meat) just dip a little in the tea and give it a try. It's a kind of sweet taste.

  7. Beege215e profile image58
    Beege215eposted 12 years ago

    when I buy a new can of coffee, I also buy about a half pound of hazelnut whole bean coffee, grind it up and add it to the can of dark roast coffee.  Then I add a couple of teaspoons of cinnamon to it and mix it all well.  When I make a pot of coffee it has a bit of the hazelnut and a bit of the cinnamon.

  8. Beege215e profile image58
    Beege215eposted 12 years ago

    That Crown Royal is a darn good idea for my evening coffee.

  9. lindacee profile image91
    lindaceeposted 12 years ago

    Chocolate milk. Not necessarily weird, but that's my best shot.

  10. Flightkeeper profile image66
    Flightkeeperposted 12 years ago

    Why would he think that anything labeled assplosion would taste good?  It has a picture of someone's behind erupting - wasn't that warning enough?

  11. Avamum profile image76
    Avamumposted 12 years ago

    hot chocolate powder, Bailey's Irish cream, whipped cream, and chocolate shavings - YUM!!! Or just a drop of almond or vanilla extract.

    1. Mutiny92 profile image65
      Mutiny92posted 12 years agoin reply to this

      now that sounds delicious!  I have added cardamon before and that is pretty good too! 

      Bailey's and Kaluha will do wonders for a cup of Joe!

  12. libby101a profile image60
    libby101aposted 12 years ago

    This all sounds nasty! LOL! I love International Vanilla Cream! I think it makes coffee so delicious!

  13. Ron Montgomery profile image59
    Ron Montgomeryposted 12 years ago

    My male appendage.  Don't know what made me do it the first time, but now I can't stop.

  14. mega1 profile image69
    mega1posted 12 years ago

    now this is too good to be weird -  you start with some nice bread (a soft slice of your choice) tear it up, sprinkle it with sugar or some honey, pour about 5 ounces of nice dark coffee, freshly brewed, with some cream in it over it, toss it all together - instant coffee/bread pudding!  plus you can make it with any flavor coffee you want, even decaf

    some people make this with toast.

    you can also eat your cereal with a coffee/vanilla/milk combo

    so ok, technically, the coffee is in the stuff, not veeseeversa, but

  15. Dolores Monet profile image95
    Dolores Monetposted 12 years ago

    monosodium glutamate - don't ask. It was a mistake. I do not advise this addition to your morning cup of coffee.

    1. Ron Montgomery profile image59
      Ron Montgomeryposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      God, that is sick! mad

  16. camlo profile image84
    camloposted 12 years ago

    When I was diagnosed with a milk allergy, I decided to try soya milk in my coffee, but it curdled.

    1. Mutiny92 profile image65
      Mutiny92posted 12 years agoin reply to this

      chunky coffee = not too good!

      1. camlo profile image84
        camloposted 12 years agoin reply to this

        I didn't drink it.

        What I find really revolting is eating chips, then drinking coffee, especially if unsweetened. Yuck!

  17. Kangaroo_Jase profile image78
    Kangaroo_Jaseposted 12 years ago

    The weirdest thing I put in coffee?

    Raw, unbleached ground cane sugar.
    Spot of 3% protein modified milk
    Hot water

    Not anything else goes in except a metal spoon to stir big_smile


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