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Moccona coffee in the morning. Classic medium roast, espresso style or mocha kenya style; 2 coffee spoonful of sugar and lots of cream (not healthy, i know. can't help it ) siguro mga two tablespoons or more.
Any Pexer here who has been to KSA and tried the coffee there as made by the Arabs? They say the Arabs add spices like cardammom to their kahwa. Now that's one brew I'd like to try. And in the same vein, I'd also like to try Turkish coffee.
Check out my blog entry on Turkish coffee!
You could also try Cyma for a quick fix (they call it "hot coffee on a briki"), but they don't use spices in their brew.
This depends on your preference, really. While I sometimes enjoy a sweet/milky cup of coffee, I'm all about the coffee flavor than other flavorings when I drink coffee. I love the deep, nutty flavor of coffee so I've tried different kinds. I like espresso but can never drink it fast enough before the shot goes "bad" so I very infrequently get that. Freshly brewed coffee maker coffee is okay. I've had toddy coffee, Vietnamese coffee, Turkish coffee, moka pot coffee, etc. I sound like such a snob. I take coffee seriously. I actually own a moka pot, a French press and a regular coffee maker. I'm not quite crazy enough to buy my own espresso machine yet.
I've found that I like black coffee that's bold enough where you can taste the flavor but not too acidic so that it almost tastes sour. And freshly ground beans and freshly brewed coffee is best. I've also found using a french press works best because you don't filter out the natural oils of the coffee beans unlike using a coffee maker (with a filter) would.
I've tried espressos, macchiatos, cappuccinos back in Italy. I prefer the Lavazza brand which is very famous in their "bars" which is the term they use for their coffee shops. The Lavazza espresso is very creamy and aromatic unlike SB's.
Of all the frappes I've tried, Bo's Oreo froccino primo is the best.
Great Taste White coffee & Member's Mark cappuccino are my favorite brands when it comes to instant coffee.
I like my coffee bold from Starbucks and this is new:
ok na ko sa kopiccino ng kopiko. instant cappuccino with chocolate toppings. haha =)
Di ako mapili but the usual Nescafe 3-in-1 gets me through sleepy spells at work.
McDonald's premium roast for just 25 bucks.
I'd like to add too, if you can, get your coffee from a local place. Local coffee shops often do it better and that purchase keeps money in your community
McDo's 35-peso coffee does what it's supposed to, keep sleepy spells at bay sa opis.
35 yung medium sized, for some reason di na sila nagsi-serve nung tig 25 na cup.