Discussion in 'Community' started by beezel26, Jan 8, 2014.
He started it!
With a splash of cold milk. I used to drink it black, but the milk gets it down to a temperature I like faster.
My morning coffee comes via K-Cups. No cream nor sugar need be added depending on the type. Othersie I go to Dunkin Donuts and get a medium double/double.
I usually opt for cocoa in my coffee.
I use a regular 12-cup Mr. Coffee and drink 1/3 to half a pot every morning.
[Cue me sounding like I'm spoiled] I can't stand cheap coffee. Folgers and Maxwell House taste like sludge. I buy Trader Joe's or Starbucks, flavored when I can get it. Trader Joe's gingerbread coffee and Winter Blend are in my kitchen now.
I drink it with a splash of half and half or soy creamer, no sugar.
This is my macchiato-making baby. Behold the Jura Ena 9:
The steam pump gave up after less than a year, but Jura sent me a brand new machine, and the second one has worked flawlessly so far. There's a newer model now with a sealed coffee hopper to keep the beans fresh. As I previously reported in the first world problems thread: taking into account asset depreciation, the cost of filtered water, coffee, milk, power usage and the opportunity cost of things like service calls, we're paying under a dollar a cup.
Made in a new Mr. Coffee drop pot, and I use cream and sugar most times in it.
blended with unsalted butter and coconut oil
I get the freshest beans I can, and grind 'em right before a pour over brew in a Chemex. Got a Buono kettle for Christmas, so it's even better.
No sugar but yes, cream. (Half and Half)
I snort the coffee grounds like cocaine.
wait a second, wait a second, wait a second.
wait a second.
you buy expensive fancypants coffee for your coffee maker that your roommate is always stealing from you, and then you put flavored creamer in it?
Shaken, not stirred.
Served in the horn of a Javan rhino.
I drink it black and very strong
Keurig (home/work) - Medium or Dark Roast K-cups, flavored creamer (varies), Splenda (1 tablespoon). Tea K-cups with Splenda.
Dunkin - Caramel, French Vanilla, or Hazelnut Iced Coffee with cream and sugar
Sheetz - Low Sugar Vanilla Caramel Iced Latte, Regular, Skim Milk. Depending on my mood will add extra flavor shot and shot of espresso
Pot of Coffee - Regular, two containers of half/half or creamer, 4 sugar or 2 Splenda
We got a Keurig machine for Christmas. Wife loves it, I hate it.
Just a hot cup of Maxwell House for me, with non-dairy creamer and lots of sugah. I don't enjoy those foo-foo coffee drinks. I'm low maintenance.
I prefer medium to dark. Don't be giving me none of that pansy light decaf crap.
Science stereotype shattered.
We have a jura machine at work, it's tremendous.
I prefer having a "portafilter"-type machine at home, for three reasons: (1) like having the extra "control"; (2) my wife only drinks decaf, so that would be a hassle on an automatic machine, (3) if I only had to press a button for a cup of coffee, I'd drink WAY too much.
This is my baby
For my next "round" birthday, this is on my wishlist
I tend to like mine best with a bit of French Vanilla creamer, when I drink it at all.
I'll never spend money at Starbucks again
Seriously, 99% of CEO's are sociopaths.
lol im shocked and outraged that the starbucks pumpkin spice latte is bad for you
Full disclosure: I am eating pizza and consuming beer and planning on ice cream later.