I hate black coffee. If I drink it every day, will I get used to it?

I hate black coffee. If I drink it every day, will I get used to it?

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  1. I used to hate black coffee too.
    Then I read a thing on the internet about all the ways that sugar can be really really really bad for you, and that a lot of sugar comes from the drinks we have. I was having two coffees a day at that point, so I stopped putting three teaspoons of powdered french vanilla creamer in it and started drinking it straight. Mind you I was living with my parents at the time and my dad drinks Starbucks dark roast religiously, so that’s all they ever have around and brew at their place.
    The first few days were the worst.
    By the time I hit day 4 or 5, I was starting to get used to it. Still didn’t like it per se, but no longer hated it.
    By two weeks I was enjoying it, and have been enjoying it black ever since. I still like it a little better when it comes in a pumpkin spice latte or when it comes with french vanilla creamer, but about 98% of the time I drink it black and I am very happy with it 🙂

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  2. I used to dislike black coffee. Then I discovered (on a road trip) that I liked the way black coffee tasted while nibbling on chocolate. Now having a bit of chocolate with black coffee is one of my favorite ways to drink coffee. It has also carried over to any sweets really; cake, pie, etc. I won’t eat those things unless I have coffee.

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  3. Used to it, yes. You may not ever love it though. Black coffee purists have never hated black coffee, even from the first taste. You may not ever crave black coffee or attach it with good feelings.

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  4. You can drink it! If you will drink it daily, you might start liking it or get used to it.

    I hate black coffee. If I drink it every day, will I get used to it?

    You will also get various healthy advantages from black coffee such as:
    Curbs cancer risk.
    Reduce the risk of Liver diseases.
    Decrease Parkinson’s risk.
    Reduce the work out pain.
    It helps in reducing the kidney stones.
    Reduce the risk of heart diseases.
    Protect from type 2 diabetes.
    Helps in reducing the stress level.
    Treats asthma and headache.
    Boost the memory power.

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  5. I’m not much for black coffee, either. I always add about 1 oz. of half-and-half. That’s half cream and half milk if you are not in the U.S. Then I like it.
    But that only works if the coffee is real strong. Weak coffee is the worst, and in that case adding half-and-half just makes it worse.
    So start with some good, strong coffee. Add half-and-half (or cream) to your liking. You can even add sugar. I did when I was a teenager, but outgrew it once I found good, strong coffee.
    With espresso, I change entirely. Sugar only, no cream.
    With cappuccino (strong, with an extra shot) I don’t add sugar, and the milk is already added, but I do like a dusting of sweetened cocoa/chocolate powder.
    I take my Americano (watered down espresso) the same as my coffee…with half-and-half or cream.
    No reason at all for you to take your coffee black if you don’t like it.

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  6. i only like sugar and milk added , but since sugar started to appear in my waist , i had to stop , now im 1 week and i switched from completly hate it , to its ok i can drink this , i dont know if i will ever like tho

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