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How do you take your coffee?
Black [ 10 ]  [37.04%]
Cream & sugar [ 6 ]  [22.22%]
Flavored cream [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
Regular [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
Latte or some other concoction [ 2 ]  [7.41%]
Other [ 3 ]  [11.11%]
I don't drink coffee [ 6 ]  [22.22%]
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  Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 07:16 PM
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How do you take your coffee msncoffecup.gif ?

I take it black if I don't go to 7-Eleven. If I do go to 7-Eleven, then it's three Irish Cream or French Vanilla flavored creams. Their coffee is not very good otherwise.

My favorite all around coffee is the Holiday Traditions/Winter Blend coffee from Borders Bookstore. My friend Nathan turned me onto that. I wish they had it year round cry.gif .


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Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 07:26 PM
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Coffee for me just doesn't seem right when it's black, it needs some flavoring to it....as Emirl says "To kick it up a knotch!"

But I do survive if the coffee is black, just with a sour look on my face! Hehe! unsure.gif


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Black and strong enough to disolve silverware


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Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 07:59 PM
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QUOTE (bubba @ 02-Dec-2004, 07:29 PM)
Black and strong enough to disolve silverware

Now you are talking my language Bubba. thumbs_up.gif

For the Norm, I drink about 3 cup a year but this year I have drank maybe 10 lifetime's worth.

I do like a Good Rich Columbian Coffee with nothing add. And one that I have to keep my eye on or else it will walk away by itself. tongue.gif


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Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 08:00 PM
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I make my own blend with a little bit of flavor. Life is good! biggrin.gif


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Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 08:22 PM
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QUOTE (bubba @ 02-Dec-2004, 04:29 PM)
Black and strong enough to disolve silverware

The only way to enjoy coffee!

I've cut down a bit, I only consume about 32 ounces worth a day. In my younger days it was twice that without a problem.


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Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 08:35 PM
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Milk and sugar, the coffee here is too strong to drink black. I've seen tourists order "American" coffee, that means they cut it half with hot water before serving. laugh.gif

The rest of the family drinks it estilo campesino, that sort of means farmer style and is coffee with sugar, milk and white cheese in it.

Oh yeah, usually it is Café Olimpo because that is made out here close to where I live.

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I had to go with cream and sugar, since Milk wasn't a choice. I'd drink cream if it wasn't pure belly expander. So I switched to cream. X-large 3-1 in timmies speak.

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Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 10:05 PM
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i became accustomed to black coffee while flying 19.5 hour missions in the Air Force. (It was either that, or accept the flight surgeon's offer of a prescription for speed.) Needless to say, if it wasn't strong to begin with, it was strong after being kept on the warmer for a few hours. haven't seen any need to change.


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Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 10:19 PM
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I used to drive truck longhaul. I got used to what we called 40 weight, just 1 step away from sludge. If it don't eat away a spoon it just ain't right. biggrin.gif
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I too take the cream and sugar route, but out here in Seattle it is just as likely to be a latte msncoffecup.gif


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Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 11:16 PM
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Got to have my java with Creamora. Give me Maxwell House or Folgers, Rich Columbian Blend!

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Posted on 02-Dec-2004, 11:23 PM
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I voted for "cream and sugar" only becasue there was not a "so much cream its white and so much sugar the spoon stands by itself in the center of the cup" option! I technically don't like coffee, but with enough milk and sugar to disguise the taste, its not so bad!

BTW, everyone talks about how good coffee smells when its brewing, so why does it smell like fresh road-kill skunk to me? unsure.gif


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Allen, something must be wrong with that smeller of yours! biggrin.gif There is nothing no better than waking up to Folger's in your cup! biggrin.gif Seriously, I love the smell of fresh brewed coffee, gotta have that first cup in the morning to give me a kick start!

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I like my coffee black, I like it iced, tripple shot, chocolate coffee beans and I also like get this, TEA. Anykind but I've got to have sugar in it. yawn.gif I wish I had some of the income off these coffee houses. thumbs_up.gif
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