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!
I also like espresso or a nice blend, nothing too acidic.
I'm sitting her now with dunkin donuts because I ran out of coffee beans...
Coffee mixed with cardamom and prepared the Turkish way. It's popular in Arab countries and is heavenly.
Normally I have coffee without sugar, or with just a tiny amount if I have espresso or Turkish. However, occasionally, I do enjoy Starbucks gingerbread latte.
Almost any way I can get it - if it's after 3 p.m - I'm just a little mixed up and love cold soda in the morning and coffee in the afternoon and after dinner.
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!
8 O'clock coffee, the 100% Colobian Arabica whole bean variety! I always grind the beans just before brewing. I use an electro perk pot because I hate drip pots!
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.
Dunkin Dougnuts coffee! A large with 7 creams, 7 sugars, nice and sweet. I like it looking almost white, yumm!
Good heavens! So how do you work off the calories, Bill? I'd expect you to be several times larger than your photo with that sort of intake!
Well you'll be even more amazed that I normally drink 3 of those a day! I work out at home and walk a lot. In fact I walk to my nearest Dunkin Dougnuts, which is about 2 miles away.
Also I eat no junk food, no soda, none of that crap. So basically the coffee is my one "guilty" pleasure!
brewd coffee mix with hazelnut coffee creamer. . . tastes great!
I like Dunkin Donuts coffee too. Try it with their delicious coffee muffin. yummy. . .
I bought an espresso machine to get my fix. Its hard not to justify it when espresso at Starbucks is $2 at my school and $2.35 in NYC. My machine has already paid for itself.
I like the Vanilla Eight O'clock coffee, with Stevia and Vanilla creamer.
Illy coffee is fantastic, real coffee, and starbucks should be shut down for insulting the bean, pure slop.
Maxwell House Master Blend and yes it is good to the last drop!
Dunkin Donuts Iced Mocha Latte w/whole milk, a shot of strawberry syrup and whipped cream on top - yum
Tastes like chocolate covered strawberries - soooo good!
As far as hot coffee goes - any full or dark roast works for me.
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.
Haven't tried many exotic coffees.
I like the French Vanilla Cafe in the little tin that I can buy from local grocery stores.
I prefer decafeinated, though, 'cause if I drink more than a cup of regular, it gives me a headache.
Lavazza coffee is an Italian coffee sold in Australia. It has a slight bitterness that I love!
Harry and David. The aroma is enough to perk me up! Tiramisu flavor? How do you say No?
I love the smell of a particular coffee roaster shop in my sister in law's hometown...but don't drink the stuff: (
Does coffee cake count?
One part almond amaretto cappuccino from the Holiday gas station to one part vanilla-flavored Stolichnaya .
Failing that...or if it's just too early to be drinking anything harder, my husband mixes me up some nice GI mochas with Starbucks brand coffee, some milk and hot chocolate mix.
My favorites are Jamaican Blue Mountain and Kona....strong and black
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!
Has to be Sumatran Mandheling or Jamaican Blue Mountain.
Weekend mornings aren't right without a mug of one or t'other!
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.
My all Around Favorite would be Ethiopian Yirgachaffe. It has a sweet flavor that produces a great cup every time.
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.
i have many different coffees i enjoy, but i think the 1 i like best has to be a good caramel mocciato
coffee with flavour. More than coffee drinking I like the flavour when preparing.
My favourite coffee at the moment is Machu Picchu fair trade. It's strong, dark and rich - and a great one to wake you up in the morning.
by Liz Rayen 10 years ago
What is your favorite coffee desert?
by Ken R. Abell 11 years ago
Are you a fan of Tim Hortons?
by Janellegems 5 years ago
Other than Starbucks, what is your favorite place to get a cup of coffee?Mine is Dunkin Donuts.
by Deb Hirt 7 years ago
What is your favorite brand of coffee?Out of the test challenges, what have you determined to be your favorite brew and why?
by Dreamer at heart 9 years ago
Do you have a favorite coffee mug? What does it look like?
by Mamba79 10 years ago
Why do people pay almost $5 for a latte at Starbucks? Do you realize 1 Starbucks venti latte a day equals nearly $150 a month.
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