^ French presses are cool. You can make the coffee so strong with them. It always gives them a thick, smoothness kinda. I don't know how else to explain it haha. But I love grinding up some good coffee and using the press, I just don't do it every morning. Only on occasions when I have good coffee/time
I'm definitely not a connoisseur. I drink black homemade coffee every morning, with no sugar. When I go to Starbucks I get a java chip Frappuccino. I don't like "specialty" beverages from other places because it seems they're always either too sweet (McDonald's) or watered down (Costco). Sometimes I'll get black coffee or espresso from Starbucks or another place, but not enough to develop a preference. I don't think coffee tastes that great to begin with, so I think pretty much everything's fine, except for certain brands of instant coffee. I can't stand milk, creamer, or sugar. Nasty! Well, nasty and/or unsatisfying.
All right, super bump time but I've started to drink coffee a lot more now. I used to have it occasionally, but it had to be sweet, cause as a kid I tried black coffee once and it essentially scarred me for a while, because I though coffee to be very bitter. However, over the last few months I have weaned down the amount of sugar and creamer until where I am now, which is just coffee and a little bit of milk. I also don't like crazy hot drinks, so I enjoy warm coffee or iced coffee, but I never drink it too hot unless I'm somewhere cold. Lets discuss my new found love, your love, everything about coffee.
The Half the college experience is what I'm doing right now, a cup of coffee and a study session Ghost
I lived in Hong Kong for three years and really enjoyed 'Ready to Drink' coffee in a can...made by Nescafe and available in vending machines everywhere for about HK$5 ($0.75 US). Unfortunatley, after a brief test period in the U.S., it is no longer sold here. So now when I really get a craving for it, I have to import it at about $1.50 US per can. But, the next time you are in Hong Kong (or Japan, where I prefer Kirin Fire over the Nescafe brand) swipe you Octopus card on a vending machine in an MTR station and give it a try.
Ehhh, I don't drink coffee much, but when my mother got a Nespresso coffee machine as a "gift" (she selected it herself) for mother's day, I started drinking a cup a week (usually on Mondays). Apparently I'm the best at making her (and my father's) foamed milk.
I have only tried the Ice Capps at Tim Horton's, but among us Canadians it's the best coffee on the planet, and you Americans are missing out. (By the way, Dunkin's SUCKS here)
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