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Why do we add sugar to coffee?

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Lots of people add sugar to coffee, and it’s not necessarily because they have a major sweet tooth. While adding a pound of sugar to one cup of coffee will turn the beverage into a liquid candy bar, putting just a little sugar in your coffee can have a profound effect that goes beyond sugar’s simple sweetness. According to a paper from the University of York’s Structural Biology Lab, sugar causes a molecular change in brewed coffee that makes coffee less bitter. Sugar Affects Co.....
Lots of people add sugar to coffee, and it’s not necessarily because they have a major sweet tooth. While adding a pound of sugar to one cup of coffee will...
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Drink Coffee the French Way

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In France, cafes don’t tout their syrup flavors, blended concoctions or even whipped cream — which is even questionably on a hot chocolate. Instead, they serve coffee, brewed as espresso. Order Like the French: “Un Café” Most French coffees are built around the café, which is essentially an espresso. Despite the coffee press being named for the French, most of the coffee enjoyed out of the h.....
In France, cafes don’t tout their syrup flavors, blended concoctions or even whipped cream -- which is even questionably on a hot chocolate. Instead, they serve coffee, brewed as espresso....
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Drink Coffee the Australian Way

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Many countries and regions are known for their unique ways of brewing coffee. Mexican coffee is made with piloncillo, South Indian coffee requires a Dabarah, and Vietnamese coffee uses sweetened c.....
Many countries and regions are known for their unique ways of brewing coffee. Mexican coffee is made with piloncillo, South Indian coffee requires a Dabarah, and Vietnamese coffee uses sweetened...
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Origin Spotlight: Ethiopia

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One of the original coffee-growing countries and one of the most respected, Ethiopia is a pillar in the coffee industry. The country not only produces lots of coffee — it was the fifth-highest coffee producing country in 2014 — but it also produces some of the world’s best coffees. Coffee Originated in Ethiopia (Maybe) It’s unclear whether coffee originated in Ethiopia or Yemen. If you ask an Ethiopian, though, they’re bound to tell you the story of how coffe.....
One of the original coffee-growing countries and one of the most respected, Ethiopia is a pillar in the coffee industry. The country not only produces lots of coffee -- it...
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How Do People Drink Coffee In New England? Hint: Coffee Milk

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In New England, where dairy farms are plentiful, there’s a favorite coffee-flavored beverage — coffee milk. Coffee milk isn’t coffee with milk. It’s milk with a sweet coffee syrup. Here’s a little bit on this beverage, along with how to make your own coffee milk. Coffee Milk was Likely Made by Italian Immigrants As with many foods and drinks, the origins of coffee milk are obscure. It was first created in the 1920s or 1930s in Rhode Island, but who initially made.....
In New England, where dairy farms are plentiful, there’s a favorite coffee-flavored beverage -- coffee milk. Coffee milk isn’t coffee with milk. It’s milk with a sweet coffee syrup. Here’s...
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