Ask for coffee by slang, java, Juan Valdez’s best, battery acid, bean juice, café, brew, joe, high octane, mojo, mud, rocket fuel, tar, or other languages, Arabic: kahioa or ahua, Belarusian: kava, Chinese (Cantonese): ga feh or (Mandarin): kafei, Creole: kafe,, Czech: kava, French: café,
German: der Kaffee, Hawaiian: kope, Hebrew: ka-feh, Japanese: koohii, Polish: kawa, Spanish: el café, Yiddish: kave to name a few. (http://coffeetea.about.com/)
Ask for your coffee served with: cream, milk, half-and-half, sugar, sugar subsititue, honey, cinnamon, allspice, or nutmeg, green cardamom pods (fresh/roasted) ground in before brewing, cocoa or chocolate syrup, flavored syrups, most commonly hazelnut, vanilla, caramel, or amaretto, Irish whiskey or chocolate liqueur. (Wiki)
It is a morning ritual for over half of the adult population of the United States. I’ll have a light hazelnut latte, please. How about you?