For some time I've manifested an increased interest in coffee and other coffee-related products, such as cappuccino. Perhaps it's related to the fact that caffeine is weakly addictive, and I've consumed higher doses of coffee lately. I am used though to consuming low doses of coffee since I entered highschool. Every morning(but especially during school), I have a big cup of milk, with a small quantity of coffee on the bottom(as much as to just change the color of the milk from white to brownish). I sometimes drink "pure" coffee in high doses at exceptional times, before an important test or if I slept less than 6-7 hours.
As a kid I was always intrigued by the fact that people in coffee ads drank from quite big mugs, and I saw my parents drinking from tiny cups. It seems that there are different methods of making coffee, producing different coffee strength. That's when I got interested first time in it. But of course I lost interest fast as it was kind of a "forbidden" beverage for me as a kid. Now I'm thankful that I can drink milk with coffee than milk with that nesquiq crap.
I'm currently using a "Moka Pot", or "Caffetierra", which is enough for a day's worth of coffee for my family.
Lately I thought about making at home other coffee-related products, such as cappuccino. That's why I want to save some money for an espresso machine, which is about 140$.
So far I've managed to taste the following types of coffee drinks:
-moka pot cofee( from what I understand it's slightly weaker than espresso, but much stronger than filtered coffee)
-filtered coffee( I'd rather drink tea than this...)
-cappuccino(my favorite so far)
-Irish Coffee Mix
Talk about your coffee experience! Tell us how you brew the coffee at your home! What's your favorite coffee drink?