Most people are unaware that Taco Bell sells coffee. This was the mildest light brew I tried out of all the coffees I tried.
A cup of coffee from McDonald's is consistently ranked among the most sought-after beverages throughout the nation.
Strangely enough, the Burger King coffee tasted quite similar to what McDonald's was serving. Still quite light but with a hint of sweet caramel.
Wendy's coffee tastes like McDonald's and Burger King's. I wondered whether all three eateries used the same coffee. Again, I loved the convenience.
Panera coffee was stronger than fast-food coffee. If you eat inside, you can get free refills from the self-serve coffee pots.
Einstein Bros. is known for its bagels, but their coffee is equally good. Each sip had diverse tastes.
Starbucks is the most popular coffee in the United States, with countless devotees who wouldn't dream of buying anything else.
Here was a fast-food cup of coffee that tasted like real coffee! Not mass-produced or an afterthought for a place best known for chicken sandwiches.
This Wisconsin-based chain has one of the best cups of coffee money can buy when it comes to fast-food options.
While I love a good glazed doughnut, the coffee is the real standout at this iconic East Coast chain.