There's a couple of wikid little cafes near where I live and heaps where I study so I always leave it to the professionals (or hipsters, six of the one), my constant order is a strong long macchiato, no sugar :P
I like a strong cup in the morning. The morning for me however, is whenever I wake up. Any time from 5:00 AM to 3:00 PM. I'm not fancy. I usually just leave it to the coffee maker to make regular Costco brand coffee. I have a little bit of sugar and some Publix non-dairy unflavored creamer. I will have a cup of flavored (preferably french vanilla) decaf sometimes with desert
Mainly stick to K cups M-F since we have a Keurig brewer here at work. It's not the strongest or most flavorful coffee but it does the job. Been trying to wean myself off adding sugar to coffee and just add a little cream or all black.
I'm not a fan of regular coffee but I do enjoy an occasional latte. My usual order is a vanilla mocha latte, and I get it frozen on the hot days. I 'm glad that Starbucks isn't the only option, since the last time I got coffee from there it tasted watered down.
On a school trip to Spain me and my friend only drank Coffee and water (because the tea in Spain tasted odd). Even though we were drinking coffee in nice places like cafe's and restaurants the best we had was at a crappy little service station in the North of Spain near Barcelona. It was a caramel coffee and to me and my friends surprise it was delicous. Still to this day I have had no coffee nicer :(
Just 1 cream and 1 sugar. Sometimes more if its really crap bitter coffee like Seattle's best or Starbucks....or that weak ass excuse for coffee flavored water at Tim Hortons. I prefer my own ground and french pressed coffee from home. Sometimes I'll add a drop of vanilla or boil the water with a stick of cinnamon, sub the cream with whipped cream and pour the coffee over instead of a dollop on top, blend my coffee with dark hot chocolate for a rich mocha. Only place in the world where I enjoyed my purchased coffee was at Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans.
I like it in its edible form not necessarily drinking it. I once drank it mixed with Vodka for no apparent reason at about 3am in an attempt to drunken myself more and keep myself awake at the same time. I actually just ended up being incredibly unwell and had to drop out of a Mad Moxxi's Underdome Arena match on the 19th round and 3rd wave with friends and I was the host. They were not best pleased and it put me off coffee drinks for life.
Nevertheless, coffee beans roasted and crushed sprinkled over a good cheddar coated in honey. An excellent accompanyment to varied types of wine.
You can also do this with a good instant coffee and different types of cheeses.
Because I was throwing up all night and all I could taste was coffee and an extraordinary bitterness in the delicious pukey after taste. I did try to omit that part on purpose as it seemed a bit tasteless to include in my post. If you'll pardon the pun.
Also vodka tastes horrible anyway but you drink the stuff to achieve a goal of getting drunk. You can't really say the same for coffee.
I don't drink alcohol, so I guess I'll have to take your word for it. Although I've seen plenty of shows on the Travel Channel and Food Network to know that there are people that can taste the differences between brands of vodka just like sommeliers can with wine.
Most of it comes unflavoured so the taste differences go back to the way it is made. Some use fruit, some grain, some potato and some may combine all of it. However if it is left unflavoured you usually get the same horrible smell from a lot of Vodka's anyway. I mainly cook with it as opposed to drink it anyway, it's great for setting things on fire.
However the topic has come off the rails a bit and I'm sure the jimmies of many coffee lovers are being rustled right now.
Coke please. I'm pretty sure RT take 10% of anything we make off the site in royalties anyway and, depending on how much you use that line, acting prowess might go down and drunken babbling idiocy might go up in the next series of Red vs Blue and we simply can't have that now can we?
i used to work at dunkin donuts so i got free coffee and food, although i didnt really drink coffee that much, i made my own special drink there and it was incredible! i even had regulars come in and order it :P
Dunkin Donuts coffee is pretty good, at least to me. We usually get Seattle's Best, but recently we've been getting local roasted coffee here on Orcas Island. In Colorado, we get some russian coffee that is roasted in Denver.
Without my morning combination of coffee and a cigarette, I don't quite wake up right, which leads to my being flustered, which of course leads to people being yelled at, which leads to them being mad. At least until I get said coffee.
I just brew folgers coffee with a little french vanilla creamer and a bit of sugar.