"Ohhhh but that means [someone who wrote in about tea] don't read your blog. If they did... they'd know you weren't really into tea and were more of a coffee girl :)"
Actually, that isn't so. You can safely assume that if it's before lunch, after lunch, before going out...I'm drinking tea. I'm one of those beverage people, who always seems to be sipping something.
But I do adore coffee, especially if it's particularly strong; still, I think of it as a special occasion beverage. It doesn't work very well if you drink it all the time.
I love loading up the French press with as many grounds as I can fit and then foaming milk and spooning it carefully over the opaque brew, a dusting of cinnamon to top off.
And here's how hardcore I am (oh, I wish)--this was my #1 college beverage:
1 pound coarse-ground espresso
1 bottle vanilla syrup (Torani or otherwise--you can also use simple syrup and vanilla)
1 plastic pitcher
1 ugly pillow case
1 mini fridge
Enormous quantities of sugar
Step one: place entire pound of coffee, coarse ground, into pillow case, and tie it up like a gargantuan tea bag.
Step two: place aforementioned gargantuan bag of coffee in the pitcher. Fill with water.
Step three: put pitcher in fridge overnight.
Step four: remove pillowcase; squeeze with all your might.
Step five: pour resultant brew over ice. Add vanilla syrup and ridiculous quantities of sugar (to taste).
Step six: bask in your sudden energy and go do something crazy, like sprint to the train station.
Step seven: good times.