DesertJets From United States of America, joined Feb 2000, 7824 posts, RR: 15 Posted (9 years 7 months 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 1459 times:
I am not much of a coffee drinker, but when I am out traveling for business or whereever it is prepared properly (not the instant crap) I always enjoy a cup or two.
Where IYHO is the best cup of coffee. And by coffee I don't mean lattes, mochas, cappucinos, expressos, anything with whipped cream on it, or caramel drizzled on it. I mean a cup of regular old coffee... with or with cream, sugar, etc....
My two picks:
Waffle House. And it just costs $1.10 with unlimited refills.
Timmy's. Not really sure what makes it good, but there is just something about it.
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KLMA330 From Canada, joined Feb 2005, 698 posts, RR: 2
Reply 2, posted (9 years 7 months 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 1446 times:
Every morning, large Tim Horton's, 2 sweetner, 1 and a half cream .. YUM!
I've heard they put all sorts of chemicals in their coffee to give it that "special" taste, including loads of nicotine to make it rather addictive... true? don't know, but wouldn't put it past them.. after all, they're owned by Wendy's now, and we all know how good fast food chains are at keeping their foods healthy! LOL
I didn't think so either, guess it was nothing more than an urban legend... regardless though, their coffee is pretty addictive period! I like the fact that they make it for you... instead of having to put your own sweetner and cream.. I know it's not a big deal, but at 6am, it's nice to just pop the lid, and drink, you know?
Actually, it is Caffe Nero, and that is my favorite coffee chain in the world (yes, I do get cappucinos there)
As far as a cup of filtered coffee, I prefer when my mom or I make it at my parent's house, and certainly cannot stand coffee at most US restaurants (as my grandmother called it after moving from France, piss du chat). I love the coffee at a little coffee shop in Orpington, which is in the far southeast part of Greater London. Also, Rue de la Course, a small New Orleans Area chain, makes some amazing filtered blends. Beyond that, Whole Foods Market almost always has something that tantilizes my taste buds and is also cheap at $0.99. Finally, some of my favorite commercial coffee is to be had on an airline. Lufthansa has some of the best coffee around, and I order it on most flights.
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