What type of coffee do you prefer and why?

What type of coffee do you prefer and why?

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  1. I really like caramel macchiatos. Bean types I prefer light roast and preferably blonde. I’m not sweet enough already so definitely require the extra sweetness. I find blonde a lot smoother too.

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  2. There are 2 varieties of coffee, arabica and robusta. Robusta tends to be bitter. Arabica is smooth, less acidic.
    I look for 2 things in my coffee, aroma and full body taste. I also prefer straight coffee with no additives although I do love mocha coffee. Mocha fulfills my passion for chocolate. The worst is weak coffee, akin to drinking slightly coloured water. A close second is burned coffee, usually from allowing the coffee to sit on a warmer for several hours. Decaffeinated coffee is pointless, like drinking near-beer. Why bother!

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  3. Just in the same way that wine has many types of grapes (Cab, merlot, etc), the same thing applied to coffee. Arabica consists of many varietals, some tasting really fruity and floral, others tasting chocolatey and nutty, and some tasting really poor.
    My personal favourite varietal is the Geisha which comes from Panama. Consider it the same as saying Pinot from Burgandy. The cup is really unique and fruity and tastes nothing like the stuff we all grew up thinking coffee should taste like.
    If you’ve got a nespresso machine, you might consider trying ours at: http://www.differencecoffee.com

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  4. I prefer a coffee brand that has a higher percentage of coffee and less chicory. Ecstasy Brew is one such coffee from Muziris that has 85% of coffee and 15% of chicory. It turns out to be a perfect blend of a smooth body with good crema and and balanced taste notes.
    You can try it out by ordering online on

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  5. Latte, americano, affogato…it’s crazy all that you can do with a few small beans. Whether you’re a coffee newbie or you consider yourself a coffee connoisseur, there are so many types of coffee drinks to discover. Here are some of the most popular types ordered by coffee lovers nationwide.
    Type of coffee you prefer
    Black
    Black coffee is as simple as it gets with ground coffee beans steeped in hot water, served warm. And if you want to sound fancy, you can call black coffee by its proper name: cafe noir.
    Latte
    As the most popular coffee drink out there, the latte is comprised of a shot of espresso and steamed milk with just a touch of foam. It can be ordered plain or with a flavor shot of anything from vanilla to pumpkin spice. (Here’s how to make a copycat Starbucks pumpkin spice latte.
    Cappuccino
    Cappuccino is a latte made with more foam than steamed milk, often with a sprinkle of cocoa powder or cinnamon on top. Sometimes you can find variations that use cream instead of milk or ones that throw in flavor shot, as well.
    Americano
    With a similar flavor to black coffee, the americano consists of an espresso shot diluted in hot water. Pro tip: if you’re making your own, pour the espresso first, then add the hot water.
    Espresso
    An espresso shot can be served solo or used as the foundation of most coffee drinks, like lattes and macchiatos.
    Doppio
    A double shot of espresso, the doppio is perfect for putting extra pep in your step.
    Cortado
    Like yin and yang, a cortado is the perfect balance of espresso and warm steamed milk. The milk is used to cut back on the espresso’s acidity.
    Red Eye
    Named after those pesky midnight flights, a red eye can cure any tiresome morning. A full cup of hot coffee with an espresso shot mixed in, this will definitely get your heart racing.
    Gala
    Originating in Portugal, this hot coffee drink is closely related to the latte and cappuccino. Only difference is it contains about twice as much foamed milk, making it a lighter drink compared to the other two.
    Lunge
    A lingo is a long-pull espresso. The longer the pull, the more caffeine there is and the more ounces you can enjoy.
    Macchiato
    The macchiato is another espresso-based drink that has a small amount of foam on top. It’s the happy medium between a cappuccino and a doppio.
    Mocha
    For all you chocolate lovers out there, you’ll fall in love with a mocha (or maybe you already have). The mocha is a chocolate espresso drink with steamed milk and foam.
    Ristretto
    Ristretto is an espresso shot. It uses less hot water which creates a sweeter flavor compared to the bitter taste of a traditional shot of espresso or a doppio.
    Flat White
    This Aussie-born drink is basically a cappuccino without the foam or chocolate sprinkle. It’s an espresso drink with steamed milk.
    Affogato
    The affogato is an excuse to enjoy a scoop of ice cream any time of day (and any time of year in my opinion). Served with a scoop of ice cream and a shot of espresso, or two. The affogato is extra delish served over a brownie.
    Café au Lait
    Café au lait is perfect for the coffee minimalist who wants a bit more flavor. Just add a splash of warm milk to your coffee and you’re all set!
    Irish
    Irish coffee consists of black coffee, whiskey and sugar, topped with whipped cream. Here’s an Irish coffee recipe that will warm you right up.

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  6. I drink my coffee black. At home, I usually blend medium roast Colombian beans with a dark roast. The Colombian for body; the dark for flavour. The ratio varies. I will probably have more of the dark, in the morning, and less, later in the day.
    When out, I will usually order an espresso.

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  7. All the way its LOVE N LATTE! No ifs and buts! Its literally the best when it comes to taste, aroma and quality. Can never go wrong with a cup of coffee of that! Go for Love N Latte any day!

    What type of coffee do you prefer and why?

    Thats how I like my coffee! Strong and just Love N Latte style 😉

    Victor Allen’s

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  8. I like light roast, ones that are easy to drink, that don’t have any burnt or dark taste to them. Just the strait up coffee taste. Some of the fancy ones or dark roast make me gag, and I feel like I don’t even get the real coffee taste

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