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German-style coffee: how it is drunk in Germany

Every country has a gastronomic tradition that includes particular combinations of ingredients and flavors, as we have seen with various coffees around the world. Germany, a land where different preparations of the drink we love so much are no exception: drinking German-style coffee is an experience that allows us to explore one of the Teutonic nation's...


French coffee: how to use the French press

In Italy, it is almost unknown and used mainly to prepare long barley coffee, in Anglo-Saxon countries and northern Europe, it is very popular and present in many homes. It is the French press, a brewing system that allows you to taste a different kind of coffee than usual. Do you know how to use the French press? Find out with us; it's worth it: the...


Greek coffee: what it is and how to prepare it

If you want to break the routine and dream of a coffee that is different from the usual espresso, you'll love to find out how to brew Greek coffee to perfection. This is a popular drink in Greece, to the point that it has become part of the local way of life. It is somewhat reminiscent of American coffee, but its flavor is much more intense and aromatic....

Spiced Flat White

Spiced Flat White

An aromatic twist, with delicious flavor notes of a Blonde Espresso Roast. It's delicious and easy to make. 2 shots espresso  180 ml milk of your choice 1 pinch cinnamon 1 pinch nutmeg 1 pinch ground ginger 1 pinch grinded pepper STEP 1 Brew 2 shots of espresso. STEP 2 Pour the espresso into a bowl, add the spices and stir. STEP 3...


Coffee sauce: how to prepare and use it

Tasty, refined, certainly classy: this is coffee sauce. Not easy to match, but very simple to make. With our tips and tricks, you can do a great job. Coffee goes well with meat and fish: we will see how to employ it. 2 basic coffee sauce recipes To prepare coffee sauce, we offer you two basic recipes: the first involves the use of cream, and the...

Maple Cafe au Lait

Maple Cafe au Lait

Warm and classic flavors come together in this heartwarming twist on a Café au Lait - perfect for the holidays. WHAT DO YOU NEED 200 ml Starbucks® Holiday Blend 1 tbsp maple syrup 145 ml milk (warm) 1 pinch of ground cloves 1 pinch of ground allspice 1 pinch of nutmeg STEP 1 Make your coffee. We recommend Starbucks® Holiday Blend coffee beans...


Coffee from the world: the Asian coffee that actually comes from Spain

It is called Asian coffee, but it is actually an all-Spanish way of brewing coffee. More precisely, it is in the municipality of Cartagena, in the Murcia region, that Asian coffee was born and is served. Asian coffee preparation Its preparation is very simple, so much so that it can also be replicated in Italian bars and kitchens: In a...



HOW TO MAKE TOFFEE NUT SYRUP If you love the delicious taste of English Toffee, then this toffee syrup recipe is for you. You will find this has a creamy texture, and buttery taste and is sweet as well. This is a fantastic complement to coffee, hot cocoa, waffles, pancakes, oatmeal, or ice cream. Perhaps you love the Starbucks toffee nut syrup as I do....

Salted Caramel Espresso

Salted Caramel Espresso

WHAT DO YOU NEED 2 shots of espresso Starbucks® Holiday Blend 1 tbsp salted caramel syrup 30 ml whipped cream (optional) STEP 1 Brew 2 shots of espresso. We recommend Starbucks ® by Nespresso ® Holiday Blend for this recipe. You can also try the Starbucks ® Holiday Blend coffee beans. STEP 2 Pour the espresso into your favorite mug....


Brazilian coffee: how coffee is drunk in Brazil

When talking about espresso, it is impossible not to think of one of the world's largest producers of coffee, Brazil, which produces more than fifty million bags of it a year. The quality of Brazilian coffee, in fact, is among the most appreciated and well-known in the world. Brazilian coffee: some historical background Contrary to what we might...

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