Which are the easiest coffees to drink black? Coffee lovers probably think that the person who thought of pulling the coffee beans through boiling water is a genius. Besides water, coffee is probably the most consumed liquid in the world. Most of people drink coffee, and the rest of them had at least one period in their life when they drank coffee. It is one of the most popular drinks and some people cannot imagine life without it. But it makes you wonder, why people love this bitter taste drink. Well, first of all, it makes us less tired and ready to work and that is very addicting. Besides that, it has health benefits, it is filled with antioxidants which improve our health, it improves brain functions like memory and cognitive functions, it helps burning fat, it prevents type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, liver cancer etc.
Also, very few people can drink black coffee as it is: bitter, without any additions like sugar or milk. Because of that, over the years, coffee manufacturers managed to make different types of coffee like cappuccino, mocha, latte, espresso etc. by adding the milk, sugar, cream and other flavors. But, if you drink some kind of these flavored drinks, you should ask yourself if you really like coffee. Besides, coffee’s health benefits are useful only if you drink it with no flavors. Maybe, it is hard to get used to it, but it is worth it. It is said that the true coffee lovers drink coffee just black.
If you like your coffee black, you should find the easiest one. The strength of the coffee depends on the roasting process where lighter roasts tend to be stronger than darker roasts, which is why it is difficult for some people to drink. Since there are more than 3 levels of roasting coffee beans, you should check out all the ways of drinking coffee black. You can do that on Insider Monkey’s article 6 Easiest Coffees to Drink Black where at the 6th position is Light Roasts which are roasted for a very short time, preserving the original taste and aroma. Popular brands of this coffee are Kenya and Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee. To check out the rest of this list, just click on the link above.