When I brew my own, black since I'm on the threshold of being one of those coffees snobs. Sustainably sourced beans in a burr grinder brewed on a melita, etc. But if someone serves me coffee I just take it standard, milk and two sugars, since its masks lackluster bean flavor.
I have become a coffee brewing enthusiast in recent years thanks to Tested. My favorite is medium roast brewed pourover style with my Hario V-60. I like to put half a teaspoon of heavy 34% whipping cream, mostly to thicken up and increase oily consistency just slightly.
For plain old drip brewer swill I also do a small amount of cream. 18% table cream for that.
Never sugar. Makes coffee taste terrible to me when sugar is added. If shitty coffee is the only coffee available, I will drink tea. Tea bag tea is superior to bad coffee almost always.
I'm lactose intolerant, but even if I wasn't I'd probably still drink black coffee. I've tried various dairy-free milks (soy, almond, rice, etc.) in coffee and never really enjoyed it.
I suspect black coffee's a bit of an acquired taste -- if you're not used to it, it might take some time before you start "getting it". This is a pretty coffee snobish thing to say, but I also have a feeling a lot of people who drink stuff like double-doubles (is that just a Canada thing?) don't actually like the taste of coffee, they just like sugar, fat, and caffeine.
With as much milk and sugar as needed to get rid of the bitter coffee taste. Not really a coffee drinker to be honest. I've tried buy I can't get into it.
However I do like those McDonald's frozen caramel Frappe things. those are pretty good, but I can only handle a small one maybe once a month or so.
Milk/cream/creamer and sugar. I like my coffee looking like a cup of beige paint.
Well, maybe not that light, but you get the gist. :)
Unless it's a fancy cappuccino or something at a restaurant or something, then I drink it straight. I really like getting a Cafe Americano when I can.too, and I usually don't add anything to that.
If you don't drink your coffee black then you don't like coffee.
Just like how if I put ketchup on my fries I don't like fries?, or if I eat oatmeal with some honey I don't like oatmeal?, or if I like blue cheese with my wings I don't like wings? I always find it pretentious when people are like "OMFG YOU PUT CREAM IN YOUR COFFEE".