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I use Premier chocolate or vanilla RTD so I don't have to deal with the clumps that powders can form when mixed with a hot liquid. I also use Torani syrups to make flavored coffees like hazelnut, Irish cream, pumpkin spice, and English toffee.

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i use nectar truffle. to add Protein to coffee you need to add the hot liquid slowly. Protein will act like a raw egg that you are adding to something hot. so slow and make a paste first than add the hot liquid

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I just recently started back drinking coffee. I either do Fairlife milk or Premier Protein RTD chocolate or Vanilla

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The only one I've ever tried was Syntrax Nectar chocolate (truffle I think). It was pretty good. I don't think it has a strong chocolate flavor, though. If you use sugar free syrups, you might want to add a touch.

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Syntrax Matrix Vanilla.

I like chike too but it's already got coffee in it so I don't add it to coffee.< /p>

The other thing I like to do is make "iced latte" with two packets Starbucks Via and 1/2 to 1 scoop vanilla and shake it up with ice and Water.

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At home. CVS brand vanilla. If I buy Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks coffee, I get it with no sugar and add Isopure unflavored. I use a small whisk and have never had any problems mixing powder with the hot beverage.

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Intesting question. Especially when you realize that all of them change at different temps. I have to wait 10 minutes to let it cool or it gets egg like. Piping rock isolate

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My local Hyvee has a 100% whey (their brand) that I put in coffee every morning. chocolate and vanilla. A little less sweet than the others and mixes pretty well hot as long as you don't burn it so it gets chunky.

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MRM chocolate Protein Powder with my coffee. It is not sweet at all which I like and mixes very easily

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