How do you like your coffee?
I like my coffee to be good quality and black.
The stronger it is the better I like it. I also add just a touch of sugar.
I generally prefer mine with stevia and some kind of flavored soy milk. It's easy enough to make at home, but not so much when I'm at someone else's house. So I've been trying to develop a taste for it black.
Although I generally drink mine black, the way I prefer it is: good quality, freshly made and with a little real cream in it. I have to add, I also avoid any and all varieties made from beans taken from civet or other animal waste.
I LOVE coffee......other than freshly brewed iced teas, milk,& occasional fruit juice, it's the only beverage I drink.
The One-cup coffee maker is the greatest thing to be sold on the market since CHOCOLATE candy! I always only made 2 cups of coffee at a time anyway, in a regular coffee pot.
To be able to have each and every cup of coffee, freshly brewed only moments before, is great!
I buy high quality, dark roast coffee beans.....and grind them at home per use. I add about a half teaspoon of Splenda and a heaping teaspoon of fat-free Half n Half. MMMMM yum!
I add a splash of unsweetened vanilla almond milk and a few drops of liquid stevia. It gives me the taste of cream and sugar without the unhealthy part of those two things.
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