Over half of Americans drink coffee every morning… I’m one of them. As a matter of fact, I’m sitting here right now waiting for my first cup to brew. Mmmmm.. smell it?
Do you drink coffee every morning? Or is there a different beverage of choice in your country? Let us know in the comments below. We’re very curious!
My coffee’s ready and I’m finally taking my first sip of the day… heavenly!
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6 Responses to “Do you drink morning coffee?”
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June 3rd, 2011 at 3:06 am
Of course but not every day. Somethimes it’s grain coffee instead or tea. I love coffee from cafetiere like moka.
June 3rd, 2011 at 8:49 am
Purabi Khisa wrote:
“In Bangladesh people prefer tea to coffee after or before breakfast. But now-a-days many people (specially in upper class n young generation) are taking coffee as their choice of hot drink. But i go with tea! I seldom drink coffee, it never won my heart! A cup of tea in the morning is the source of energy for many people in our country!”
Later, Purabi wrote the following about how she likes to drink tea. (I was asking her if they drink chai tea in Bandladesh):
“Usually we drink tea with milk n sugar. It has to be hard, i mean thick in liquor [syrup]! In Bengali n Hindi tea is called ‘cha/chai’. So i m confused with the phrase ‘chai tea’ [in English]. Yeah people usually drink basic black tea…”
Purabi wrote the following after I explained that in the US, we consider chai tea to be tea made with spices:
“Yeah many people have tea with spices (they put ginger/clove/cinnamon/basil leaf/ etc.). When i get a cold i drink the light tea liquor with honey n lemon (no milk added). It relieves me!”
June 5th, 2011 at 11:28 pm
I’m curious what country you’re from Lucy.
June 11th, 2011 at 10:01 am
In Korea, people also love to drink coffee.
But some people like to drink a cup of milk instead of coffee, because we think it is not good for health to drink coffee before eating breakfast.
June 13th, 2011 at 9:07 pm
I wonder what the coffee tastes like in Korea. What I’ve found is that American coffee is milder than what they drink in Europe. The Greek coffee I’ve tasted is sweeter. Every place seems to have their own version of this popular drink!
August 2nd, 2011 at 3:17 pm
I used to live in Germany. Contrary to common misconception, coffee is the #1 drink in Germany, not… you know what!
Germany is the biggest consumer of coffee in the world, or so i’m told, and gets the first pick of beans from many countries. so, it is easy to say that Germany gets the best coffee.
My husband and i actually buy coffee from a german grocery store called Aldi, for those who are not familiar with it, imported from germany. it is the smoothest, richest coffee we can find here in the USA. and, unlike american brands, it is not bitter.