I was wondering the same thing!!Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 319769, member: 151
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The iced coffee she got at Ghiradelli's was black coffee on ice - iced coffee right?
Apparently in Spain it's more like the iced mocha - with the whipped cream on top. If she'd read the menu it would have explained it.
Aha I see the problem. I get iced coffee pretty frequently. However mine is usually with caramel flavoring as well. That's probably what grandma thought it would be. It's sweet and cold and a lovely brown color.
Ah, the Ghirardelli iced coffee is more like what we call iced coffee in New England. When I was younger I used to drink iced coffee with cream and sugar. In the many years since I switched to drinking only black coffee hot I haven't had an iced coffee like this. My mother drank it right up until she passed. I figured it was a New England thing.Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 319782, member: 32
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It did say on the menu exactly what you would get for each item.
She did this several times. Ordered something clearly described on a menu and then complained it wasn't what she was expecting.
Did she not read the menu, perhaps? Some people order by what they think it's going to be. I know I've done that a time or two myself. :)
I like coffee over ice and yes, I put a touch of cream in it. Usually don't go with sweetener. I've had to add a touch of cream to my usual black (hot) over the past few months. The stomach was protesting. Ahhhhh, aging. It's a marvelous adventure.
I don't know that I could ever go w/out cream, and seriously? if my Jon tries to switch me to 2% milk ever again because "youwon'tnoticethedifferenceanyway" I will most assuredly throttle the boy. I am, however, trying to cut back on the artificial sweetener as I do realize it's not an incredibly healthy option. I've gone from needing 3 in my coffee to only using 1...Originally Posted by Tink, post: 319908, member: 43
And I do mean cream, thank you. Nothing else will work, which is why I usually don't drink coffee that I've not prepared myself.