By the time the world’s top coffee-drinking countries were announced last year, the stakes were high.

And, for most, the decision to go for espresso was a no-brainer.

But a new study suggests that for most of us, the coffee that we drink might be more about taste than quality.

The study was carried out by researchers at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and the University at Buffalo in New York.

It looked at the relationship between coffee and the brain, and how it differs between those who are used to drinking coffee and those who have never been exposed to it.

The researchers compared brain activity in healthy adults who had never used coffee, but had a coffee habit, with those who had coffee habit.

They found that those who drank coffee daily had stronger activity in the areas of the brain that process sensory information, such as the hippocampus, which is involved in processing and processing emotions.

This suggests that those with a coffee-dependent brain are more sensitive to the sensory stimuli in coffee than those who don’t drink coffee.

For those who haven’t tried coffee yet, it’s good to have some to enjoy.

But for most people, there are plenty of options available.

For coffee-consumers, there’s nothing worse than finding yourself sitting on a coffee table, and then having to look away to avoid your eyes being drawn to your beverage.

This is why a coffee machine is a must-have item.

And if you don’t have one, you should still be able to enjoy a cup of joe and toast at the bar.