Medium roast with a dash of oat milk
Try it, its great.
Black Tea with 3-4 spoonfuls of sugar brewed in a kettle instead of the degenerate fallacy known as the "microwaved tea".
Neither. They only of each I can stand are like coffee chocolate or like flavored green tea (which is basically just fruit juice at that point)
Tea, splash of milk, no sugar.
Coffee, milk (could be a generous splash, or a full milk coffee), no sugar.
Milk and two sugars for both except green and lapsang tea which are had straight.
One extra strenght bag
I drink my coffee black but always love a good cappuccino. When it comes to tea I usually have it without any additions but occasionally I hedonistically smother it with cream and sugar.
I just drink coffee black but I do love cappuccino as well
Depends on the quality of the coffee or tea really. I'll drink good tea or coffee plain if they're quality. If they're lower quality I'll have milk and sugar. I'm picky but flexible.
try some ginger on your coffee
mostly coffe with milk although I will ocassionally drink it just pure black.
otherwise, I always like to pull this prank:
i like my coffee like I like my women.
man the optimistic rating sure is amiss right now
As black as the night and as bitter as life itself.
Old Bedouin saying, and it's true. Don't be a baby.
This is probably blasphemy here but I hate coffee and never had traditional tea, but I like iced tea.
Black, dark roast, freshly grounded.
As for tea, whatever's available.
For a normal coffee, a bit of sugar and milk never hurt anybody. I need to be in the mood for espresso/short black. I usually get a cappucino if i go to a cafe or something, but at home its always instant coffee.
My preferred coffee though is iced coffee. Icecream, ice, coffee, sugar, milk. I love it in all types of weather honestly. I drink it often enough that sometimes I just buy coffee flavoured milk (which flavoured milk is a pretty big thing in Australia so its quite expansive and developed) and drink that to save me making my own iced coffees if I'm being lazy.
I like my coffee like I like my women:
Tied up in a burlap sack in the back of a Colombian warehouse
Coffee can't consent though
I like very strong, byt creamy coffee.
“And give me some coffee. Black as midnight on a moonless night."
Harga looked surprised. That wasn't like Vimes.
"How black's that, then?" he said.
"Oh, pretty damn black, I should think."
"You get more stars on a moonless night. Stands to reason. They show up more. It can be quite bright on a moonless night."
"An overcast moonless night?" he said.
Harga looked carefully at his coffee pot.
"Cumulus or cirro-nimbus?"
"I'm sorry? What did you say?"
"You get city lights reflected off cumulus, because it's low lying, see. Mind you, you can get high-altitude scatter off the ice crystals in--"
"A moonless night," said Vimes, in a hollow voice, "that is as black as coffee.”
I like chocolate on bitter coffee because of the constrast of flavors.
I hate chocolate on bitter coffee because it turns it into a denser liquid.
Same love/hate goes for tea+honey.
Bläck. Both tea and coffee.
Also just ground up the last of my Ecuadorian beans, heck.
.........Wuss coffee, aka coffee with loads of flavored creamer. Only 1 or 2 sugar though. And I do like it dark before anything else is added.
As for tea, 3 sugar, maybe some lemon.
I don't really have a preference for brand or brew.
Tea with like double the amount of milk most people would call a "splash", and 2 sugars
If I'm having a coffee, just a latte from a store
I drink my coffee black, and I usually get the darkest roast I can find.
The packs have a dark-meter on their back, and the darkest roast I've found is 4 out of 5 on that.
I have not located a version that's 5 out of 5 yet. I would like to try that.
Cream in coffee = disgusting mess IMO
I want it pitch black and strong
Black coffee if I just need a pick me up, coffee doesn't really hit me till much later so the bitterness helps wake me up. If I'm drinking for leisure then couple of sugars and milk, basically making a more bitter hot chocolate.
I don't mind most teas as long as I use some rock sugar, otherwise it dries my throat out
Tea: dribble of milk, no sugar
Coffee: ground coffee. I've recently started drinking more black coffee because we have a machine in our office but the fridge is downstairs and got sick of going downstairs just to get milk
That's pretty much me, french press and all.
No coffee thanks.
Tea comes in many forms but I highly prefer it with sugar or honey.
i take my coffee black no sugar
i take my tea no milk no sugar
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