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Splenda and regular half & half.

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I don't add anything to my coffee.  Black and dark roast.

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Sometimes when I get up, I think I would like to have a hot chocolate but then I would miss my coffee, so I make my coffee and add about a 1/2 teaspoon of baking cocoa.

 

I like to experiment with different "adds"

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I love my dark roast coffee in the morning with a very small amount of flavored creamer, and a little Turbinado raw sugar. 

 

I like almond milk for my iced coffee only (not hot coffee).

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Infrequently I use Pero and if I'm having a Starbuck's moment I'll add cinnamon, almond milk, and a bit of cacao. 

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liquid whipped cream

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Love using Ghee to make butter coffe.

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

I am just a Folgers take it black and strong, no foo foos or fluffs added, but the below just came up on my twitter feed so I may have to try this out.

Snickers

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I use regular 1/2 and 1/2, no sweetener or sugar. 

 

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I find coffee is one of the most wonderful things on this planet.  A good cup of coffee makes me smile.

 

My favorite....a Cuban cortadito coffee made with espresso, warm milk and Demerara sugar.

 

Right now, for my morning coffee I’m using:

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I like to microwave the almond milk creamer (in my mug) for a bit before adding the coffee.  To me, it blends better, enhances the flavor and doesn’t cool down my coffee.

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