Hot Coffees


Vietnamese Egg Coffee 5 (2)

This coffee beverage is uniquely sweet and custard-like. It is absolutely delicious! Egg Coffee sounds a little offsetting, but really itis Custard Coffee because the foam top is pretty much a custard. This recipe came to fruition due to a shortage of milk. The owner of a Cafe, Giang, created this substitute in the 1940s, which became a hit since then. Hence, why this drink is also known as Giang Egg Coffee!


Honey Cardamom Latte 5 (5)

The first time I had a Honey Cardamom Latte drink at a coffee shop, I remember being amazed at how delicious it was. Simple ingredients came together to create a feeling of warmth once you have that first sip.No special equipment is required and anyone can make it at home for the fraction of the price!


Pumpkin Spice Latte 5 (3)

Autumn is not the same without a delicious Pumpkin Spice Latte! This beverage was made famous by a popular coffee shop chain, and you can buy it today from almost any coffee house in North America. You can dish out a whole lot of money buying this from shops or you can make one at home that’s just as yummy, if not more!


Affogato 5 (4)

The Italian Affogato is the perfect coffee dessert for after dinner! Affogato means drowned and it features two of Italy’s favorite things: gelato drowned in espresso. You can make it with espresso and vanilla gelato, or strong brewed coffee with vanilla ice cream.


New Orleans Coffee 5 (5)

New Orleans in well-known for many unique and delicious food, including its famous Café Noir! It has a special chocolate-caramel flavor, a thick consistency, and an intensely black color. The secret ingredient is chicory, which is a substance made from the dried and roasted roots of bitter perennial herb.


Café con Leche 5 (5)

When Americans travel, they oftentimes find the coffee roast darker than theyprefer. Adding hot milk will give this strong coffee a more familiar flavor. In allSpanish-speaking countries, and many other countries, by simply saying, “conleche,” hot milk will be served. The Mexican version of Cafe Con Lechefollows.


Café Borgia Coffee 5 (9)

café borgia coffee is an authentic Italian recipe. It uses the traditional, strong Italian Roast coffee and combines it with the sweetness of orange. Try this on a leisurely afternoon… perhaps before your next bocce game.


Café au lait 5 (4)

Our twenty-fifth wedding anniversary was spent in Chamonix, France, with
our three college-aged children. In the morning, before skiing, we started the
day with gulps of cafe au lait, croissant and baguettes. What a joy!


Black Forest Coffee 5 (3)

This is a coffee to serve instead of dessert. It is simple to prepare, and theingredients make you think of Black Forest Cake! Use your finest china cups orIrish coffee glasses for an elegant presentation.

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