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10th-Oct-2011 02:03 am
Poll #1785496 COFFEE?

About how often do you drink coffee?

Multiple times per day
15(17.2%)
Once a day
7(8.0%)
A few times a week
12(13.8%)
A few times a month
9(10.3%)
Rarely
23(26.4%)
Never
21(24.1%)

Do you feel like coffee wakes you up?

YES
13(17.3%)
Most of the time
11(14.7%)
Sometimes; it varies really.
17(22.7%)
No/Rarely
29(38.7%)
It actually helps me sleep
2(2.7%)
It can wake me up or put me to sleep depending on when I drink it.
3(4.0%)

When do you /most often/ have your coffee?

In the mornings
29(43.3%)
Afternoon
13(19.4%)
Evening
7(10.4%)
At night
2(3.0%)
All throughout the morning/day/night
16(23.9%)

Even if we mostly prefer plain, which /of these/ creamer flavors is your favorite?

Hazelnut
20(14.9%)
Amaretto
7(5.2%)
Irish Creme
9(6.7%)
Caramel
13(9.7%)
Chocolate/Mocha
27(20.1%)
French Vanilla
22(16.4%)
Cream Brulee'
4(3.0%)
Cinnamon
8(6.0%)
White chocolate
12(9.0%)
Cafe Latte
12(9.0%)

Comments 
10th-Oct-2011 07:16 am (UTC)
I'm substituting tea for coffee most days of the week for temporary health reasons. (This morning I'm having cardamom/black tea with some green tea mixed in.)

Do not want flavouring in my coffee. Strong, black and unsweetened is how I like it. Occasionally I will add a crumbled cinnamon stick, but no syrupy nonsense. I do have milky flavoured drinks sometimes (with or without coffee), but I don't really count those as 'coffee'.
25th-Oct-2011 11:17 am (UTC)
Both tea and coffee are delicious <3 Good luck with the substituting!
10th-Oct-2011 09:38 am (UTC)
I drank plain coffee (as opposed to Frappucinos) for the first time this spring at an evening temp job, mostly because the work was monotonous and getting up to get coffee gave me something to do. Of course, it didn't take very many cups before I decided it was, in fact, much better with a bunch of creamers and sugar packets dumped in (say...3 apiece). The job ended and I haven't had any since.
25th-Oct-2011 11:14 am (UTC)
That's kinda funny... sorry. xD

Anyway, when I said "plain coffee" I meant coffee with sugar and creamer- just no extra flavors. ;)
10th-Oct-2011 12:43 pm (UTC)
I also prefer my coffee black, unsweetened. It doesn't wake me up or put me to sleep, but it does make me hella-jittery and I do not sleep as deeply if I have been drinking it.
10th-Oct-2011 02:02 pm (UTC)
I have tea daily, often multiple times a day.

As for creamers, I don't use any of them at all- I use milk and raw sugar (or just milk).
10th-Oct-2011 02:04 pm (UTC)
...Cafe Latte creamer? That... makes no sense, considering a cafe latte is just coffee with milk... am I missing something here?

Anyway. I'm so sick to death of coffee from my one jub I basically never drink it (tea for me, please). When I do, I prefer it light and sweet.
12th-Oct-2011 06:01 am (UTC)
Ikr... xD But there's a CoffeeMate flavored creamer called 'Cafe Latte' o.o

I love both coffee AND tea! :)
25th-Oct-2011 11:16 am (UTC)
I know, right?! But there's a CoffeeMate flavor called that. o.o
10th-Oct-2011 04:55 pm (UTC)
I adore chai lattes and thai iced tea, but I have yet to develop a taste for coffee.

Hazelnut makes everything better. Okay so I don't really want hazelnut-flavored curry, but it's still an awesome nut!
10th-Oct-2011 08:24 pm (UTC)
I get a decaf soy latte at Starbucks every now and then--sometimes as much as once a week, rarely more than that. Sometimes I go months without one.

I am not a coffee drinker and never have been, but my daughter introduced me to the soy lattes a few years ago and they hardly taste like coffee to me. I can handle the small amount of caffeine that might be in a decaf, but I would never drink regular coffee (or tea). If I go to Starbuck's or another coffee shop, it's usually on the way home in the late afternoon or early evening. I've had one in the morning maybe once or twice.

I said I liked the "cafe latte" creamer, but I doubt I've ever had it, actually, I was thinking more of the flavor of my soy latte that I get at Starbucks. I've tried a couple of the soy creamers and made regular coffee at home to put them in, and they were all disgusting--the coffee, the creamers, the whole deal. I just don't like coffee at all.
25th-Oct-2011 11:11 am (UTC)
Thanks for sharing! My entire family loves coffee- we all started drinking form the time we were babies(yes, coffee in baby bottles) and now we can't live without it. XD When I make a cup of coffee, I always have to make one for my eight year old sister too. :)
1st-Nov-2011 12:01 pm (UTC)
My parents were very heavy coffee drinkers. I don't know why I never picked it up. While he was away at college, my son became a coffee drinker, so maybe it skipped a generation. :)
11th-Oct-2011 01:40 am (UTC)
I like to have coffee at about 11am.
11th-Oct-2011 02:16 am (UTC)
I'm weird and only ever drink coffee late at night. There's a 24 hour coffee shop here and my friends and I meet there late at night (usually around midnight) to vent. It's always surprisingly busy!
25th-Oct-2011 11:12 am (UTC)
Aww...that sounds like a nice tradition. x)
11th-Oct-2011 05:39 am (UTC)
I rarely have coffee. The times I do, it's usually decaf. Caffeinated coffee gives me the caffeine shakes. I made the mistake of getting some Starbuck's coffee once, because I needed something hot, and I thought I was dying or having some kind of hypoglycemic fit or something. I later read that even the *small* Starbuck's coffees have more caffeine than large cans of energy drinks.
25th-Oct-2011 11:13 am (UTC)
Wow, it's crazy how some people are affected like that and others not. I'm sure a multitude of factors contribute though. :P
25th-Oct-2011 09:07 pm (UTC)
There was a time, long ago, when even a large Starbuck's coffee would not have affected me at all, I was so addicted to caffeine. It was a time when I was using caffeine pills to stay awake for my job, getting migraines, and taking migraine medicine with caffeine in it, not knowing until later that the excessive caffeine was *causing* the migraines. Or at least, making them more frequent than they normally would be. I had to swear off caffeine completely for a year or so, then slowly wean my way back onto it, but I try to avoid anything more caffeinated than tea. (And heck, the iced tea I make is half-caff.)
1st-Feb-2012 11:38 pm (UTC)
Hmm, sounds like me with the headaches... X__X I get them frequently, and I just end up taking tylenol with my coffee. T__T
25th-Oct-2011 09:11 pm (UTC) - PS
Anonymous
The worst part of trying to stay awake using caffeine is that caffeine has NEVER had a waking-up effect on me. But I just kept thinking, "Well maybe I haven't had enough to get that effect." But it just never happened. Even when I get the caffeine jitters, I've been known to almost nod off.

One good thing about that, though, is I can have as much damn caffeine as I want before bed, and it won't be a problem for getting to sleep.
1st-Feb-2012 11:39 pm (UTC) - Re: PS
Thank you for sharing. (: For me, it's always different. It often does nothing though!
25th-Oct-2011 09:12 pm (UTC)
I can't see it, but if that anonymous "PS" shows up, that was me. Didn't realize I wasn't signed in.
11th-Oct-2011 01:22 pm (UTC)
coffee is only coffee if it is just plain coffee not any kind of fancy flavours in it . I havent seen anybody personally yet who drinks flavoured coffee, instant coffee is just okay, although preferable it filter coffee.
12th-Oct-2011 07:27 pm (UTC)
In my part of Europe we hardly have flavoured coffee, but most places have variations such as latte, cortado, mocca, cappucino and so on. So going to Northern America and seeing raspberry coffe and hazelnut coffe felt very exotic for me.
25th-Oct-2011 11:07 am (UTC)
Oooh, interesting! Thank you for sharing! XD
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