Warm up with a richer, smoother coffee on that cold day by using all milk instead of water. I got this idea from a plumber who helped us with our drains.

Step 1: Fill Your Cup With Milk

Get out your favorite coffee cup and fill it up with milk instead of water.
<p>well add some creme too it would taste good</p>
<p>In India, this type of milk coffee is very, very common. Instead of cinnamon, nutmeg powder can also be used.</p>
Try it with a teaspoon of molasses added. Tastes great!
i use grounds and strain em out for a more natural flavor thanks great instructable
I like a mug of hot chocolate made with milk with a teaspoon of instant coffee stirred in on a cold day, and by an amazing coincidence, had just finished one a couple of seconds before clicking on this Instructable.
In the US Navy, we called that Hobo Mocha.
When I was making this instructable, I needed to make another cup for the cover photo because I drank up the first one!
Bah, you know nothing about coffee milk!<br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coffee_milk">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coffee_milk</a><br/>Used to drink that stuff every day with my lunch in elementary school.<br/>
Interesting, something I never knew. Amazon.com has the <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.amazon.com/Autocrat-Coffee-Syrup-32-oz/dp/B0006GQ4SA">syrup</a>.<br/>

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