My Two Cents: What Do You Add To Your Coffee?

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“Coffee is a language in itself.” ~Jackie Chan

Did you know that Americans consume 400 million cups of coffee per day, equivalent to 146 billion cups of coffee per year? That equals about 382 cups a day – and more than 80 percent of American adults drink it. 

It’s true. That makes us Americans the leading consumers of coffee – in the entire world! And three quarters of the caffeine that we consume is straight up Joe.  how do you take your coffee

So, tell me! What do you add to your coffee? Most people would say cream, sugar or milk. Some even take it black.

Some don’t even drink coffee at all in the morning. The new age of waking up in the morning consists of a lot of fruit smoothies or simple energy shakes.

My Two Cents

Well, for me coffee is not my choice in the morning. I prefer sometimes a little  more pick me up in the AM, wine is my choice of morning drink.

How ever you get your day started is up to you. But I do put my wine in a coffee cup. Does that count? 

Just my two cents. Leave yours in the comments section, below. 

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