How to Enjoy your Coffee
Simply put, the best coffee is the one you like the most. So, make sure you enjoy it the way you like it. Below are a few notes on the different possibilities you might want to consider. Bear in mind, great coffee seldom needs sugar for proper appreciation. However, our aim is to provide options to for you to enjoy one of the most popular beverages in history.
- Whole - If possible, use at room temperature. This will enhance the coffee’s taste.
- Skimmed, 2% - Slims down the coffee’s body and mouthfeel. Nonetheless, it’s a great companion for those of us who suffer from lactose intolerance.
- Frothed - Ideal to get a creamy, cappuccino-style look. A little trick we use at White Tale Coffee HQ is to shake the bottle or carton of milk before opening, pouring the foam created by agitation.
- Condensed - Used in Vietnam to sweeten their traditional coffee concoction, condensed milk is a great one stop shop.
- Sugar - Traditional white, refined sugar. Always a great choice.
- Sugar in the raw - For those who want to stay closer to the cane sugar flavor.
- Stevia - A great natural substitute for sugar extracted from the leaves of the plant species Stevia rebaudiana, this product has been used by indigenous people from Paraguay for over 1,500 years.
- Sugar crystals - An elegant way to impress your peers with some mild sweetness inside your favorite beverage.
- Honey - If you can buy local one, even better. It serves the dual purpose of sweetener and allergy deterrent.
- Agave - A fantastic way to naturally sweeten your cup.
- Artificial sweeteners - A simple way to get the final results without the pitfalls of the real product.
- Artificial Flavors
- Although White Tale Coffee’s team prefers to keep it simple, remember the best cup of coffee is the one you like the most. Simple premise, straight answer.
- Whipped cream - Adds visual enhancement, mouthfeel, and body. It’s hard to argue with whipped cream.
Spices - Some countries, like Saudi Arabia, drink their coffee with cardamom, cloves, and saffron which are added after a very light roast.