Are you a coffee snob?

Come on, you know what I mean. Starbucks frapachino latte espresso with some mint topping. Or you won't drink coffee unless it is the exact right brand, with the exact measured additions. Think Frasier if you need a visual!

As a side question (trying to maximize my fun while minimizing point loss - it's a math equation), do you like McD's or BK coffee??

Thanks, and drink up!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Since I stopped smoking, my coffee just doesn't taste right, so now I've stopped drinking coffee. Never have liked expresso, but I do love Frasier Crane!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I've gotten pickier with my coffee since I got into Starbucks. My favorite is a tall light mocha caramel Frappucino with no whip but both drizzles. :) I always give kudos to whoever makes it right the first time.

    I'm getting back to where I can drink coffee I make at home and hot coffee at restaurants though. I just don't like some of the brands because they have a very bitter aftertaste. I buy flavored coffees and gourmet brands because they might cost more but they last me a loooonnnngg time anyways. Right now I'm on a bag of Kahlua and Creme flavor by Unique Coffee, Inc. which I found at TJ Max. Yummy :D

  • 1 decade ago

    Ya I am a coffee snob. I wouldn't drink starbucks if you paid for it. I'd rather Tim Hortans from Canada.

    But real coffee - Grinders, Monte, DiBella, Lavazza, Merlot. A french roast is nice so is Sumatran Roast but the best is Arabica.

    Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo do not like McDs or BKs coffee. Not real Coffee.

    I'm also a tea snob.

  • 1 decade ago

    Nope, I'm a tea snob. It's Earl Gray or nothing. Coffee is bitter. The only way it tastes good at all is mixed with chocolate. But then most things are better with chocolate aren't they?

    Does either BK or McD's serve their coffee with chocolate? If not, then I'd say neither one.

    And I beat you. I got 2 questions in my answer and received 2 points instead of loosing 5. lol

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I'm not so much a coffee snob as I am picky about coffee. I prefer to drink flavored coffee, such as hazelnut and I'd prefer it to be Gevalia. Personally, I'm not a fan of Starbucks as I don't like coffee that is strong and bitter enough to put hair on my chest and that sticker shock...I'd sooner get my fix from QT (kinda like 7/11 but better in most ways, or at least cleaner) since I can put all kinds of stuff in my coffee and fix it precisely the way I like to. No one can fix my coffee for me...it's my own mixings of coffee, hot cocoa, flavored creamer and splenda. I will, however, suck it up and get over it if I have to make accomodations if they're out of one of the ingredients.

    As for restaurants or fast food joints...I don't do swill.

    Enjoy your coffee and thanks for a fun question.

  • 1 decade ago

    I love coffee, McD and Bk isn't coffee, it's sludge. I make it at home rather than Starbucks. I like mixing espresso with Costa Rican coffee!! That will jump strart your morning!

  • 1 decade ago

    Any dark coffee is great. I prefer local places but Starbucks, i hate to admit it is good. And i def. prefer the new Newmans coffee at Mcd's way over BK

  • 4 years ago

    i'm a coffee snob. it extremely is how i recognize that Starbucks is overroasted crap that i wouldn't in any respect enable bypass my lips different than in desperation. for sure, this snobbery makes it impossible for me to get coffee faraway from homestead: i do in comparison to spending money on something i visit doubtlessly throw away, so I not often attempt new coffee places different than on the ideas of pals. in the form you reside in the west coast of the rustic, i might recommend Tully's coffee. no longer the main important chain, yet guy is it scrumptious.

  • 1 decade ago

    iam not much of a coffee drinker if i drink it i needsweet and low,although i will do a latte,i had mcds coffee before its green mountain pretty good,never had bks

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes I am a coffee snob as you put it. Life is too short to drink bad coffee.

  • Greg
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    McD's is better.

    Also, anybody who thinks they are impressing me with their raspberry-mocha-mint-strawberry-fagaccino-twist is definitely barking up the wrong tree. Drink it black and straight. Milk and sugar are even ok, but keep it simple. Good question.

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