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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by burntfrijoles, Jan 26, 2021.
Just a drop of almond milk.
Black as Hell.
I used to have a girlfriend who, when I made coffee, asked for sugar and lightener, the heavier the better. I don't drink it that way so I was always getting the complaint that I hadn't put enough in. One time after re-adding them like five times, she finally told me what she was really looking for: "I want it to taste like ice cream!"
I mean, yeah, I should have let her touch it up herself.
Not what I initially expected, but that would match my experience too. Even comparing Lavazza Rosso with their "Espresso"-branded beans (which are 100% arabica).
TDPRI has to be the only place on the internet I can imagine where 10 people can talk about life experiences with "the milkman" without someone going OK BOOMER
Creamer, but mostly cause I don't play much bass these days. I am a bit confused why are y'all talking about coffee though. That should be black.
Depends on the guitar.
(These aren't mine, unfortunately!)
What else is half and half used for besides coffee?
I’m legitimately ignorant here and I’ve never used it for anything else.
Talking about policy isn't the same as talking about politics.
Tell it to the judge.
I was the FNG in a relatively large accounting department in the days pre-computers. They were pretty brutal about hazing and such. The rule was rookies go get milk for the coffee.
I decided I drink it black. Still do.
I'll use a little milk or drink it black.
For regular coffee, Cream is King! I love the way it blooms on the surface when poured into the hot cup.
Almond or Cashew milk.
Yea, putting a cigarette out in your coffee really doesn't make it taste good - although, I make demi-cups of true Turkish coffee now and they that taste like someone put a cigar out in your cup.
Half and half.
I should add that I got this cold-brew device for Xmas. I used it every other day. There aren't enough O's in smo-oth for its coffee!
Heavy whipping cream.
I use 'arf and barf in the little Mini Moos containers. Since I live in the studio I discovered that one little container in 8oz. of medium roast coffee (Eight O'Clock) was perfect for me and and mindless as well. It all started when my lovely wife got me a Keurig for the machine room. Dive into the machine room, throw the Mini Moo into the mug, run the Keurig while running back to the control room to check an export, grab the mug and go back to mixing. No more cold coffee.