Homemade Cafe au Lait

It is very easy to make this coffee at home. Start by making a strong filter coffee containing the appropriate mixture of chicory. You then set the water temperature at 90 degrees C water, which will make the water to be very hot, but not boiling yet. A small amount of this water must be poured into the filter. In the filter you have to put about 6 tablespoons of good … Continue reading →

Coffee with milk- Cafe au Lait

Coffee with milk or Cafe au Lait is a delicious coffee drink that mixes one third coffee and two thirds of hot milk or foam. It has French origins and brings innovation in the sense that it is incredibly sweet and good. Over the years, has become popular worldwide.  It is preferred other than Italian coffee, so even if … Continue reading →

Iced Coffee- Oleng Coffee

There is another recipe for Thai ice coffee, which is not only wonderfully tasty, but is also more than what you get if you have ordered a cold coffee in a Thai canteen. This is known as Oleng iced coffee and is more powerful than the previous recipe. As with all ice coffees, this recipe can be modified to suit your taste.  … Continue reading →

Iced Coffee – Ca Pha Soa and European Coffee

Ice coffee around the world differs, depending on where you are. Some versions of iced coffee in some countries are not even close to those in other countries, however one thing that all these cold coffees have in common is that they are incredibly delicious.  Ca phe sua is of Vietnamese origin when translated means cold coffee with … Continue reading →

Long Coffee – What is it?

There is another style of coffee, which is quite similar to American coffee, known as long coffee.  It is essential that when you make a cup of American coffee, the hot water you use must always be fresh. Moreover, a large number of people like to consume this drink with cream or foam on top. An American coffee can be “adjusted” to suit your tastes. Some … Continue reading →

Be expressive with Espresso

Espresso is one of the most popular coffees in the world today. Espresso coffee appeared originally in Milan, Italy and then spread as a popular beverage in many other countries. An espresso coffee is a beverage that is brewed with water under pressure and usually served in a preheated cup. Espresso has a higher consistency than regular coffee. Water temperature under pressure is very high but it’s not boiling … Continue reading →

How do Americans drink their coffee

Many people worldwide believe that Americans drink coffee for boredom. Or believe that Americans hasn’t a tasty coffee like in other parts of the world. And not to mention the fact that a large number of people believe that Americans take baths coffee from other countries and damage the way they should really be preparing coffee.  In many restaurants, … Continue reading →

About Turkish coffee

The Turkish method of making coffee is a very innovative, which dates back to the days of the 16th century and is considered one of the first ways to make coffee.  Not only is a unique way to make coffee, but it is also very simple. In fact, the only expense incurred in obtaining the Turkish coffee is that you need to buy a … Continue reading →

Irish coffee

Although there are several variations on how to make Irish coffee, there is a classic version, which seems to be known by the Irish coffee lovers worldwide.  Classic Irish coffee contains hot coffee, Irish whiskey and sugar with double cream which is whipped until it reaches the point when it begins to harden and then is placed over the Irish coffee. Irish coffee is considered to be a variation of the classic drink Toddy. Irish Pubs in San Francisco said they … Continue reading →

Making Decaf Coffee- Swiss water method

A second method for creating decaffeinated coffee is known as the Swiss water method. This method is favorable for many people, because this process to create decaffeinated coffee does not use chemicals. Instead, use hot water and steam to remove caffeine from coffee. Also, through the Swiss water process, green coffee extracts are used and this extract has virtually no caffeine.  For the Swiss water process, the beans … Continue reading →

Making Decaf Coffee- European way

Although many enjoy a good cup of coffee, often, some people do not want caffeine in their system. These people opt for decaffeinated coffee. Decaffeinated coffee is coffee that has most of the caffeine removed. Usually, when calculating the weight, the amount of caffeine found naturally in coffee is about 1% for Arabica coffee to 2% in Robusta coffee bean type.  Therefore, when on a packet of coffee, says it is 97% decaffeinated,this means that … Continue reading →

Pumpkin Flavored Coffee and Amaretto

You can also create amazing blends with cream made ​​of your good used home-made drinks. Such a cream is flavored pumpkin coffee and enjoy it at Halloween or any time of year.  To make your own flavored coffee with cream of pumpkin, simply use: 4 teaspoons of powdered cinnamon; 2 teaspoons ginger; 2 teaspoons ground nutmeg; 1 teaspoon ground cloves; 1 teaspoon all spice; 1 cup cream but not milk-based (non-dairy). Combine the ingredients thoroughly and store them in an airtight container. Use about 1-2 tablespoons of … Continue reading →

Iced Coffee- Thai Iced Coffee

Thai iced coffee is an amazing cold coffee loved in Thailand and worldwide. As with most other cold coffee recipes, there are several different ways in which Thai cold coffee can be made. This delicious cold coffee can be adjusted to suit the tastes of every person.  The following recipe of Thai Iced Coffee will give you a basis to work on so … Continue reading →