The word alone is almost like saying “om” for me.
The aroma. The taste. The moment. Nothing else comes close to your lips meeting the hot, rich and satisfying beverage that has continued to go relatively unchanged no matter where I’ve been in my life.
I can remember late nights in college that my coffee made a long day better when I had a test to study and papers to write.
During my first job, when I was traveling from place to place, from airport to airport, a cup of coffee is what met me on my way out, welcomed me on my way to a new place and kept me company.
Now, whether it’s at home in front of my computer, snuggled in front of the fireplace, or when I’m having lunch with a friend, it’s my coffee that makes me happy, comfortable and at peace.
And while I enjoy a cup of java anytime of the day, it’s actually 2 p.m. that is my “coffee thirty.”
1. Cream. And lots of it. Specifically, half and half. And on a really bad day – whipping cream. (Oh, wow that’s the ticket.)
2. Good coffee like Georgia Coffee. Made with 100% Arabica beans, the good ones that derive complex flavors and a richer coffee experience. And to match my mood, I like to have options, even when it comes to my coffee.
But the way you take your coffee is a very personal request. And why shouldn’t it be when you are talking about how to make your day complete?
So how do you take your coffee? Sugar, creamer, milk, sweetener, cinnamon, honey or basic black?
What’s your Georgia Coffee moment? Before your day begins, with breakfast, mid-morning, or with dessert? It’s a discussion that really gets things percolating, at least amongst coffee drinkers. And there are a lot of us. So get in on the conversation with Georgia Coffee on Twitter @Georgia Coffee.
And of course, what a better way to talk coffee than by drinking it, just like I am right now!
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I partnered with Georgia Coffee to write this post. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.
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It’s Coffee Time!