Thread subject: Homeroasters.org :: Additives
Posted by John Despres on 06/20/2012 09:16
I will allow anyone to add what they want. Only once has anyone aver added anything to their coffee. Only once. Believe me, I've served up a lot of my coffee.
By producing a great cup of coffee, I am confidant they will want no additives. I think I demonstrated that in my story above. However if they do, there's probably something in the house. We're not milk drinkers and we don't use cream or milk products in our coffee, so there's usually nothing to add. We typically don't stock something we don't use. It'll go bad in the fridge.
In the above story there was nothing in the house to add.
Had I purchased something on the off-chance my guest would have liked it, it would have been unnecessary and would wasting away now two weeks later.
My art is totally different and not comparable at all. I present it knowing full well it will be ignored, hated, loved, liked or simply disliked. However, there is one rule - Once someone states their opinion, I ask them why. Whether they like or not I enjoy knowing why. I am never, that's never, offended if someone dislikes my work for whatever reason they share. Of course I build it to be liked, but it's not the same as preparing food.
Cool whip without tasting the coffee first? Sanka for them.