I like mine black strong the way nature intended it , and sometimes I had add three shots espresso too it.
In the butt. Might sound like a joke, but as someone with a chronic autoimmune disease, coffee enema's have saved my life.
Because of my mutated genes I still can't drink coffee, even if it's a high quality decaf. It sucks, because strong black coffee with no sugar is probably my all time favorite beverage.
Philz delivery service, Jacobs Wonderbar. Grind whole beans. Use Bonavita coffee maker (1500w, heats water to 200+ degrees).
Put cream in mug, heat for 30 seconds in microwave. Keeps the coffee hot, changes the taste of the cream so its sweeter.
I'm old and tired, I know what I'm talking about.
@oneloneclone: I visited San Francisco a couple years ago, and Philz was the best thing I got out of that god forsaken city. I order Philz regularly and even ran an underground Philz distribution ring amongst fellow coffee-lovers at my company (the shipping is wildly expensive, so ordering in bulk for multiple people makes the most sense).
Shit. Now I have to go order some more Wonder Bar or Julie's Ultimate. Thanks :|
I wish i could get into coffee but my tastebuds absolutely hate the taste of it. Start with a ton of milk? Or just keep drinking this filt until you like it :D? Took me a while to enjoy whiskey but at least i like that one now.
I guess it depends on what you don't like about it, there's an awful lot of variety in coffee blends and flavors.
In general I don't really like the eat/drink something enough until you convince yourself you like it idea, you can just go find something you already enjoy.
Dark roast maybe with a little splash of cream definitely no sugar. I have a little Moka pot (which I totally just looked up "stove top espresso maker" because I never knew if that thing actually had a name) and I will make some espresso in that and put that with my coffee. I need to be feeling a bit ambitious to do that so I wouldn't say it's the "best way" to enjoy coffee but it's really good.
The real best way to enjoy coffee is with homemade biscotti or a cream cheese danish at my grandmas.
I worked at Starbucks for a short time and the best part was this book they give you that includes the best food pairings with each roast of coffee. I had never been one to believe food pairings had any real effect on beverages but let me tell you, they definitely do.
I usually like a flavored coffee, hazelnut and vanilla being my favorites. Give me that with a little milk and sugar and I am so happy.
I drink a lot of coffee but caffeine has basically no effect on me so I drink it purely for the taste. Probably regularly drinking coffee and soda since I was like 8 dulled it's effects. I can drink an energy drink or large coffee and fall asleep an hour later and get a great nights sleep. Actually a coffee before bed is how I relax.
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