How Do You Drink Your Coffee?

Discussion in 'The Iron Chef' started by Ryan&Amber2013, Nov 16, 2018.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. Grant Jones

    Grant Jones Puritan Board Junior

    I only read one;)
  2. Jack K

    Jack K Puritan Board Professor

    If it's exceptionally good coffee, I will drink it black. For ordinary coffee, plenty of cream and just a bit of sugar.

    Sent from my VS988 using Tapatalk
  3. LilyG

    LilyG Puritan Board Freshman

    With a good dose of heavy cream. :-D half-n-half is like water!
    • Like Like x 1
    • Funny Funny x 1
    • List
  4. Edward

    Edward Puritan Board Doctor

    OK, since you called me on it.

    Usually through an environmentally insensitive plastic straw.
    • Like Like x 1
    • Funny Funny x 1
    • List
  5. Eoghan

    Eoghan Puritan Board Senior

    Bosch T discs give a more consistent coffee than the Nespresso. Nespresso seems to an for an espresso but you have to stand over the machine and switch it off. The bosch machine reads a barcode and does it all for you.

    I drill, empty, refill and plug my T discs so I cant be accused of contributing to landfill. It also allows me to choose my ground coffee of choice. Generally speaking I choose a Columbian coffee to refill the pods. I heat the milk before putting the cup under the machine and end up with a cappuccino style coffee.

    There is also a water dispenser disc that allows my wife to use the tassimo as a kettle. Unlike the model my mother-in-law uses the water dispenser disc rotates to give 150ml - 450ml hot water. If you forget to switch it off it stops at the specified volume.
  6. bookslover

    bookslover Puritan Board Professor

    In Russia, coffee drinks you!
  7. ZackF

    ZackF Puritan Board Graduate

    That’s nothing. In the GDR they can hear you slurping in your own home.
  8. C. M. Sheffield

    C. M. Sheffield Puritan Board Junior

    Dark with half-n-half.
  9. Edward

    Edward Puritan Board Doctor

    So YOU are the one responsible for global cooling and the low cost of oil.
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page