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    Quote Originally Posted by 563 740 View Post
    Am I the only one who insists it be as black as the night itself??
    You are if you're talking about instant coffee.

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    I drink my coffee like my tea -- i.e. by the quart. I mix it really heavy with milk. I prefer to put my milk in first, because neurotically it bothers me to think that by adding milk last, I'm making my coffee cold.

    Did not know about the need to stir thoroughly will try that.

    Also, I love Hong Kong style milk tea and Vietnamese coffee and Thai iced tea -- condensed and evaporated milk + caffeine = HEAVEN. And clogged arteries.

    I like mixing my coffee with hot choco as well. And I like to start out with dark roast coffee, it tastes better in my opinion.

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    1/8 cup beans per 16oz of water
    1/4 cup milk per 16oz of coffee
    Drink 2-3 pints a day

    /not addicted
    //just a little
    ///to slashies!

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    I like making the coffee colder. You can't taste it if you burn your tongue on a regular basis.
    I don't wanna!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Have you ever tried drinking instant coffee black?
    Oh boy. There's nothing wrong with decent instant coffee. It's like chocolate cake to me. You can have the double, triple choc with chocolate icing and cream everyday it would just make me sick if it was me. Personally I prefer the sponge with a bit of chocolate icing on it for an everyday affair then treat myself occasionally. Still there is a difference between buying a nice chocolate sponge cake and something which has some brown stuff on it that should be chocolate but is actually just called that cause it's fairly close in all respects except taste. You know kinda like American chocolate
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    I like making the coffee colder. You can't taste it if you burn your tongue on a regular basis.
    Yeah I'm with you there. Mike keeps moaning at me leaving mine till it goes "cold" but basically I can't see the point of the famous piping hot cuppa. May as well be trying to drink steam. It tastes like there's no flavour and you broil your mouth. Senseless.

    Just tell those that do drink it really hot "where there's no sense there's no feeling".

    I shoulda used that one on INTPc
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    I don't mind cold coffee either. I can pour a cup in the am and still be drinking that same cup hours later.

    Lately I have been fond of Pumpkin Spice Latte's.
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Yeah I'm with you there. Mike keeps moaning at me leaving mine till it goes "cold" but basically I can't see the point of the famous piping hot cuppa. May as well be trying to drink steam. It tastes like there's no flavour and you broil your mouth. Senseless.
    Yeah, speaking of which, what is it with grandmothers and scaldingly hot coffees? How do they manage to heat them above 100 degrees c? Their coffees take 2 hours to cool to a drinkable temperature, during which time you can only lose soggy dunking biscuits in their superheated depths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    I don't mind cold coffee either. I can pour a cup in the am and still be drinking that same cup hours later.

    Lately I have been fond of Pumpkin Spice Latte's.
    I love the pumpkin spice latte. It's like pumpkin pie minus the texture. Though I do miss the texture and can somtimes bring up the feel of the filling and crust in my mouth as I drink. sooo yummy, I hope they keep it on the menu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Yeah, speaking of which, what is it with grandmothers and scaldingly hot coffees? How do they manage to heat them above 100 degrees c? Their coffees take 2 hours to cool to a drinkable temperature, during which time you can only lose soggy dunking biscuits in their superheated depths.

    If they're like mine it probably has something to do with making coffee like dishwater. No coffee, no sugar and a sliver of milk which isn't refrigerated for about half an hour (and so becomes kinda warm) whilst they make the coffee.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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