with coffeemates vanilia cream. sometimes i like to melt a hersheys dark chocoalte miniture in there as well.
I like lots of cream and sugar in my coffee. I loved the flavored creamers. Any of them are good. The chocolate ones are super yummy! And, I like the holiday ones, too.
At home I take my coffee with flavoured creamers like vanilla, hazelnut, Irish Cream, or toffee caramel. When I go to Tim Hortons I take my coffee large double double with milk.
With milk and sugar. Relatively simple, but it adds smoothness while still letting the taste of the coffee come through really well.
I like it very hot with just CoffeeMate's Hazlenut. It's sweet enough and doesn't require sugar.
On hot days, I make it an iced coffee.
I don't drink coffee I'm a tea drinker, and I like it with just sugar.
I like my coffee to be creamier. I love the nescafe' 3 in 1 decaf. Perfect for my taste.
by MaeMG 5 years ago
How do you take your coffee?I take mine with regular coffee (nope, it doesn't matter what brand or kind) and a hot chocolate packet/powder.
by Marla Rose 6 years ago
What do you like (have) with your coffee? Pancakes and sausage, eggs and bacon, oatmeal, cereal, fruit, pastries, biscuit, biscotti, coffee cake, danishes, bagel, english muffin, croissant, etc. Maybe you like a little sugar, cream, milk, raw sugar, brown sugar, honey, whip cream, a...
by riya mishra 8 years ago
i want to know is casein is used in coffeeis casein used in coffee chocolate. even i want to know where casein used.
by sarovai 8 years ago
Are you add more sugar in coffee or less. If it is more why? If it is less why?
by ryancarter 7 years ago
How do you take your coffee?Mine has to be loaded down with cream and sugar.
by Jewels 4 years ago
I'm about to embark on my biggest act of will yet. Beating the sugar addiction. Sugar is said to be akin to heroin - makes the task sound daunting Giving up cigarettes is also said to be like giving up heroin - I've been smoke free since 2002. To give up processed sugar...
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