Can you drink coffee through a straw?

Can you drink coffee through a straw?

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  1. If it is a cold coffee beverage such as iced coffee. Hot coffee in a straw will injure your mouth because the liquid will be concentrated in a small stream on the tongue and burn the inside of the mouth. Coffee flavors are extracted at 195° Fahrenheit and served at about 160°. Most people would chill the liquid by blowing across the surface of the coffee before the first sip. Sipping hot coffee through a straw will be injurious to the mouth, as scalding temperatures will be painful to the…

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  2. You certainly can! To be honest, drinking coffee through a straw has both advantages and disadvantages. Let me express my thoughts on this.
    Advantages:
    Using a straw when drinking coffee will reduce germ exposure and keep your mouth healthy.
    In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, drinking with a straw keeps your lips from touching a coffee cup directly, providing an additional natural defence against the infection.
    Drinking with a straw protects your sensitive teeth from caffeine and sugary drinks, preventing tooth decay, cavity formation, tooth staining, and gum disease due to acid erosion of your enamel.
    Disadvantages:
    Air can enter your stomach when you drink through a straw. Ingesting air through a straw may cause bloating and discomfort depending on how often you use it.
    Drinking from a cup is still more environmentally friendly than from a reusable straw. For example, metal straws must be mined, manufactured, and transported over long distances to be used, so it’s still not very eco-friendly (but it does save turtles!)
    So there you have it! Hope that helped.

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