I don't know about you, but I need coffee. I do crazy things before I have it. A perfect example happened one morning this week. I like milk in my coffee, so after I made some I opened the fridge, grabbed a jug, and thought I was putting milk in my coffee. I wasn't. I was pouring some high pulp orange juice in it. Don't ask. Like I said, I do crazy things before any of it gets into my system in the morning. As is evident by now, I need it. Everyday. Traveling is no exception. So I got to thinking: how many different kinds of coffee drinks are there? Turns out, there are a lot!
A few observations here:
And I came across an inforgraphic produced by CheapFlights explaining several of them. If you're a coffee drinker, you'll enjoy this:
- I'd fit in, but only in the morning. I prefer milk in my coffee morning, noon, and night.
- I don't mind their "lukewarm" style.
- The Antoccino looks really good.
- I'm willing to try it, but I don't know how well espresso and lemon go together.
- No, no, no to any kind of instant coffee! It should be illegal.
- On the other hand, rum and coffee sounds good. Sign me up.
- Egg yolk?
- Not sure about putting coffee grounds into water or milk.
- Irish coffee usually cheers me up. So, here's to bad weather!
I'd probably try all of these at least once. Even the strange ones. What about you? Are you a coffee drinker? Do you need it when you travel?