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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by BassPlayer95, May 26, 2012.
What is it? I'm currently on a Belgium Chocolate Toffee kick.
Half & Half
Bailey's Fat-Free, for me. I normally don't like fat free foods because they use something bad to replace the fat but since I don't use a lot of it, I figure it's less likely to kill me anytime soon.
Heavy whipping cream! Sometimes Baily's but only if I'm not going anywhere for a while.
Coffee Mate French Vanilla...that stuff is liquid crack! I drank my coffee with cream/sugar(Tim Horton large double/double) in the morning and black the rest of the day for 30yrs,then a coworker made a coffee run one day..brought me a cup of this stuff that tasted like hot ice-cream,and now I'm hooked! I try all the flavors they come out with now,but still go back to French Vanilla..
This thread is blasphemy. Drink it black or don't drink it at all.
Ew, black coffee? Tell me you're kidding!
Anything hazelnut for me!
Int'l Delights Southern Butter Pecan......
Warm, creamy candy........
I am not. No cream and definitely no sugar in my coffee or Americanos.
Half & half- y'all can ingest artificial sweeteners & cancer-causing colors all day long- I'll just clog my arteries the old-fashioned way.
Well, I was raised a creamer, but I do respect your beliefs. I usually like a dark roast coffee brewed ultra strong with a bit of light cream. It's more a texture thing than a flavor thing. And sugar is total blasphemy in my book
my wife used to say i liked half & half....half cream and half coffee......
having said that I like half & half and can't stand the artificial creamers at all.
Coffee Black. Whiskey Straight.
What does whiskey taste like? sorry for the little kid type question, I've just never drank.
It tastes like God came down and cried in a bottle, depending on what kind you get.
I like Bailey's Irish Cream in mine.
Sweet Italian cream.
For those black coffee lovers, black is fine, but it depends on what you are drinking. The crap they have at work requires something to kill the taste of burnt/not properly roasted coffee.