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I dint drink coffee at all but my better half isn't normal on the morning till he has some. he normally grinds beans and uses a cafetieres. He then adds just a tiny bit of cold milk....is this a creme? He's not a fan of frothy coffee so I don't want to order wrong thing. as we are both tee total we will be asking for carafe D'eau and presse thanks to this forum for ideas!

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1. Re: coffee

Yes, it's a creme.

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2. Re: coffee

A tiny bit of milk in a coffee is called a noisette.

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3. Re: coffee

A café crème is served in a medium sized cup, but if he wants an espresso with just a tiny bit of milk in it, it is a "noisette."

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Oh thanks so much....sounds like another thing to add to my notebook! he is very excited about having some great coffee...we usually try to find some tea and brands to take home from holidays to take us back there!

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5. Re: coffee

If you appriciate tea:

mariagefreres.com/boutique/UK/welcome.html

Enjoy ;-)

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6. Re: coffee

Thanks...been added to the ever growing list :) I may have to start planning another trip!

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I used to be a coffee addict until the old age of 50 and the sight of a coffee pot was enough to send me into weeks of sleepless nights! However that 1€cup of coffee in the French truck stops is like heaven and seems to be the only caffeine I can enjoy and tolerate. And then came Nespresso which is another story.

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8. Re: coffee

I love the smell of it but not the taste..I'll stick to tea! I don't need another caffeine source.;)

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