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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links for Wednesday, June 12

Coffee in the Hoddle of Coffee.

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Hi, everyone!

There’s a question waiting for you all, and I’ll admit I got the idea from someone in the comments last week.

Ramble of the Day

Last week, someone made a very good point in the comments about how we should talk a bit about coffee since it says “Hoddle of Coffee” at the top of a page where we all gather on weekdays. I have rambled about my coffee curiosities before, so I won’t get into that. Instead, I’ll keep it a little bit simple for today, and I’ll pose a question: How do you drink your coffee, and if you don’t drink coffee, what is the beverage you usually drink instead?

(I had to include the second part of that question; I know quite a lot of not-coffee drinkers.)

I don’t drink coffee all the time; it’s mostly a taste-based craving, not a caffeine one, so I can limit my intake. If I’m making some at home, I usually drink it with a little bit of foamed up milk or black. If I’m out, I’ll settle for a latte — hot or iced, depends on the day. Café au lait is also a favorite, when available, and I’m good with cold brew, again, if the weather calls for it. I generally have a preference for beverages that aren’t particularly sugary.

There you have it. I’m looking forward to reading what you all like to drink.

tl;dr: Coffee, but not sweet.

Links of the Day

Germany’s Dzsenifer Marozsán will miss the remainder of the group stage with a broken toe.

The United States’ Tyler Adams will miss the Gold Cup with a groin injury. He has been replaced by Reggie Cannon.

David Squires recaps the women’s World Cup, the Nations League, and handballs in his latest cartoon.

Today’s longer read: Allison McCann surveyed more than 100 players at the women’s World Cup about being a woman in a male-dominated field, financial struggles, and sacrifices for The New York Times