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Black coffee may refer to:
- Coffee, served as a beverage without cream or milk or sugar.
- "Black Coffee" (1948 song), written by Sonny Burke, the lyrics by Paul Francis Webster
- Black Coffee (Peggy Lee album), 1956
- Black Coffee (Johnny "Hammond" Smith album), 1962
- "Black Coffee" (All Saints song), 2000
- "Black Coffee" (Lacy J. Dalton song), 1990
- "Black Coffee", a 1972 song by Ike & Tina Turner from the album Feel Good, later covered by Humble Pie
- "Black Coffee", a 1984 song by Black Flag from the album Slip It In
- Chorny Kofe (Russian for Black Coffee), Russian heavy metal band
- Black Coffee (Ann Savoy album), 2010
- Black Coffee (DJ), the alias used by South African DJ Nkosinathi Maphumulo
Literature, theater, and film
- Black Coffee (play), a 1930 play by Agatha Christie
- Black Coffee (1931 film), a British detective film based on Agatha Christie's play
- Black Coffee (2007 film), Canadian documentary film examining the complicated history of coffee
- Black Coffee (novel), a 1998 novelisation by Charles Osborne of Agatha Christie's play
- Black Coffee Blues, a 1992 book written by Henry Rollins
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