Not technically an answer to the question but a solution nonetheless...
Wean yourself off milk.
I once couldn't drink coffee without cream (I used too much), saying "no sugar is tolerable, but if there's no milk, there's no coffee."
I became frustrated over spoiled cream and wasted money. Purchasing creamer in a quart size, I couldn't use it all before well past the expiration date. The smaller pint was generally gone before it went bad, but the price was significantly higher. More annoying (shouldn't have let it bother me, but it did) was the fact that pints always seemed to have dates further in the future than quarts.
So I began using less and less cream in my coffee, and now I don't mind it black. It took a couple months of being more mindful with the dose.
The bonus is that I now consume less fat (and once a year when I go to the doctor for a checkup, I needn't abstain from coffee prior to blood work).
I still splurge now and then with a bit of almond milk (or at a coffee shop I may still get a latte), but being able to drink black coffee is far more convenient, less mess, fewer utensils to wash, less money, less fuss for friends when I'm a guest.
Most important of all, it's a tiny bit less fat every morning in my diet. Every little bit helps.