So, the party’s over and it’s New Year’s Day. Hopefully, it was an awesome night, staying up late with friends and ringing in the New Year with a bit of bubbly or maybe a bit too much bubbly. What is most needed the morning after? Coffee, of course!
These days, you’re hard-pressed to find a coffee shop that doesn’t sell cookies and other sweets alongside quality brewed coffee and specialty drinks. Cookies and coffee. They just go together, a perfect match. This pairing combination has become a large part of culture in Western Europe and North America starting in the mid-1600’s.
One drink that epitomizes Christmastime is a creamy, rich, slightly spicy eggnog drink. Really, there’s no point in trying to make it low-fat, although many have tried! Just enjoy the full-fat goodness and flavor. One of the best pairings is with coffee. If so inclined, maybe add spirits to warm up after a long day.
Oatmeal cookies are a popular choice, although they can’t be considered as healthy as other oatmeal recipes, since there is typically extra sugar, butter, and oil added. An oatmeal muffin has a healthier ring to it. Again, however, this depends on the recipe ingredients. What is a fact is that they go great with coffee. Let’s discover which oats are best to use, and a few recipe variations to try.
When Christmas is right around the corner, what better way to celebrate than with festive flavors that give you that holiday cheer. Think peppermint and chocolate, eggnog and nutmeg, and gingerbread; sweet and warming in a hot drink. For those of you who are all about a good, strong cup of coffee without all the extras, try this Christmas coffee recipe where you add a little bit of spice to the grounds of the coffee and brew as normal.
More Americans travel to be with family on Thanksgiving than on any other holiday. And recently it has become a global affair with one in six brits partaking in the holiday. As for the Thanksgiving meal, it is incontestably America’s most important meal of the year. And if you can’t imagine a great meal without coffee afterward, you’ll love these espresso-based recipes. They will help make your Thanksgiving meal a resounding success:
The joy of food comes from the endless amount of pairings and combinations that can be tried. A classic that never seems to get old is the combination of coffee and chocolate.
Nothing beats a cold frappe on a hot summer day, and here is the way to make a great frappe with minimal fuss.
Just as you can train to make a perfect dessert or dish in a restaurant, you can also learn how to make a fantastic cup of coffee. When it comes to coffee taste, it doesn’t all come down to the quality of the beans. You can heighten your experience, by following some effective principles for getting the best flavor from your coffee.
This inspired iced coffee features a surprising pairing with ginger ale. Courtesy of Katie Shepherd, this recipe incorporates our Organic Cafe Altura Freeze Dried Instant Coffee. Cafe Altura Freeze Dried Instant Coffee is an exclusively sourced blend of organically grown 100% Arabica Coffees selected from three continents. Then we freeze dry it by an exclusive Certified Organic process to maintain …