Organic that is manufacturer by fair-trade growers, who treat their farmers fairly, and sold in health food stores; brewed with filtered water in my $250 drip coffee maker.<br />
Sweetened with stevia; no sugar or cream.
Does cappacino from the gas station count as coffee?
Millstone coffee is my favorite, very smooth. My favorite flavor was Swiss Chocolate Almond until they stopped making it, now it's Caramel.
Costarican coffee. Strong. Yum. Coffee here is a wonderful thing. We have a milkman who stops every morning early with fresh warm cow's milk that is so full of rich cream. The coffee is fabulous and I sit and drink it on my back porch overlooking the mountains. While watching toucans and acari and many other birds eat the bananas we put out for them. Bananas from our own yard. Yep. I think the way I have my coffee is the best. I'm gonna miss it when I go back to the states.
Hot and fresh
I like a good basic simple coffee like "Maxwell House" - house blend, with a little sugar added and not a bunch of fru fru stuff, lol.
Anything fair-trade and organic. And enough cream to make it beige...
Strong coffee, with a lot of milk.
What's the point of strong coffee if you dilute it with milk?