Coffee should be drank either black or with no more than 15% cream and sugar to be truly enjoyed. However, many people prefer beverages that try to pass for coffee but are like less than 50% coffee and mostly milk/cream and sugar.
Aside from its use as a utility for maintaining consciousness, there is a rich and deep cultural history behind coffee that has flourished throughout the ages, continuing to the present day. Coffee has also been an active social facilitator, with cafes and coffeehouses having been gathering places for various creative types regardless of discipline, particularly in the 20th century, and again, to the present day.
Sadly like all good things of this world, many use coffee as an excuse for snobbery and clique-making, considering particular methods of preparation and appreciation as the magic bullet to coffee enjoyment. You will often find such people peddling their egos to the world in the form of baseless criticism against any coffee that doesn't cost you an arm and a leg, along with depreciation of any attempt to convince them otherwise. Like all other forms of bigotry, best dealt with sarcasm and other forms of humor.
You probably hear a lot of talk about coffee either being great or horrible for your health, for a plethora of reasons, but overall the scientific literature on coffee does not conclude if it is ultimately good or bad for the body.
I wake up at six, but the day doesn't start till coffee'oclock!
Man, this morning I was so tired I had to drink three cups of coffee, and driven by my caffeine-buzz, added the 5th definition for coffee on Urbandictionary.com
Sally: Man, I didn't. I just took coffee.
John: Whoa, dude!
Can be made into many forms such as:
Americano, A Shot in the Dark, Black coffee, Cafe au Lait, Cafe Breva, Caffe Latte, Cafe Macchiato, Cappuccino, Double, or Double Shot, Dry Cappuccino, Espresso Con Panna, Flavored coffee, Frappe, Greek Coffee, Hammerhead, Iced coffee, Indian (Madras) filter coffee, Instant coffee (or soluble coffee), Irish coffee, Mocha .. etc.
Side Note: Delicious!