Drinks Business Review published an article yesterday noting the top ten most often used flavors in new coffee worldwide: Coffee: top flavors in new products – Drinks Business Review. Of course, as might be predicted by Denis Leary, “coffee-flavored coffee” didn’t make the list. But disturbingly “cappuccino” did at #5. Is that like anchovies made to taste like Cesar salad dressing?
I suppose that if, in the South, “barbeque” can be both a noun and an adjective, anything is possible. However, don’t even ask me what “sweet” is doing listed as a flavor — and why it’s different from “sugar”. I am much too afraid to find out.
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