I Love Beans -- Coffee (why is the stuff soooo good next to chocolate)
Coffee seems to be in our blood. We love drinking it and enjoying it. Many of us are even willing to pay a lot of money for it (even on a daily basis). So what is it about coffee that has become a part of who we are and how we function? Coffee, by... read more
They definitely go together, Ice-cream with coffee is another must too.
gotta love that coffee! If i had to choose between coffee and chocolate, i would pick coffee everytime
have a cup full of spotajava death by chocolate coffee...your taste buds will be thrilled...there are at least a dozen flavors of regular and decaf chocolate coffee there.
It may actually depend on your genes? If your forefathers and parents drank a lot of coffee, I believe that it can filter through to younger generations. For example, I am not a fan of coffee and tea; however, if you look through into my genealogy, my parents do not drink tea or coffee but I am not sure about my grandparents. Okay, I know it is another way of looking at things but I like to take a different angle on the obvious.
Coffee is great! With the 1000's of chemicals in coffee, I suppose we are all addicted to one or more of them lol. Personally I really like Organo Gold Coffee when Im on the run. http://www.organoexpress.com
Answer is easy:
Thanks to Acetylmethylcarbinol your coffee has full, buttery flavor and because of Quinic Acid coffee taste a little sour. Than you have Caffeine (improve your physical and mental performance), a bit of Dicaffeoylquinic Acid (antioxidant), Vitamin B3 (Niacin) and Ethylphenol.
And than, there is nice smell of fresh coffee. According to a NBC New York, a study has shown that New York women are attracted to the smell of coffee.
And not only New York women...
I think that coffee and chocolate go together so well because the coffee if it is straight or black gives more of a bitter taste. Then you add the taste of a milk chocolate which is sweet it enhances the flavors in the coffee. This is not scientific it is just my take on the subject.
by Victoria Anne 6 years ago
If you could make any one food calorie free (and all the other bad stuff), what would it be?Mine would be peanut butter.
by Earl S. Wynn 6 years ago
Is there a significant difference between generic coffee and expensive coffee?Is there a significant difference between generic coffee and more (for lack of a better term) designer coffee (like Starbucks?)
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