10 Things To Flavour Your Coffee

My favorite recipe is coconut milk latte, and you can make that without an espresso machine. So please, don't use the excuse that you don't own one. You have everything you need.

ICE CREAM Who knew?! We've loved soda with vanilla ice cream floating on top, who wouldn't love coffee with ice cream? Ice cream is in a sense cold milk but the unique taste and creaminess that ice cream offers really add a great creamy texture to your iced cup of coffee.

EGG Sounds unusual? Not in Scandinavia. Egg gives a more creamy flavor and it really pulls the taste of coffee together. It creates a smoothness to it that's pretty unique to the taste.

GINGER A teaspoon or two of ginger powder or a slice of ginger would bring a kick of spice to our cup of coffee. It's a more exotic touch to a coffee that really does offer a great kick to our cup of coffee.

NUTMEG A touch of nutmeg would add a gentle earthy taste to your cup of coffee. Personally, it's a great flavor as compared to a dark roast. A medium roast cup of coffee plus a dash of nutmeg will surely give you a more flavorful touch that a charcoally dark roast flavor.

STAR ANISE Star Anise has a unique earthy flavor and aroma, but be careful. It's a pretty strong spice so dropping just a small cut of star anise in your cup of coffee would do the trick.

NUT OIL Nutty flavors practically go well everything, don't you think? Almond oil, hazelnut oil, and other nutty flavors are a wonderful touch to your coffee especially if you're craving for other tastes.

PEPPERMINT To be honest, a minty coffee is a really addicting kick of flavor to add to your coffee. Having a cup of coffee with peppermint or spearmint really gives coffee a more unique and heightened flavor of coffee that you'll love to have from time to time.



Know Your Espresso Machines

These are your available options if you are shopping for an espresso machine. Select the one that best fits your needs, your budget, and tastes. I suggest you read some reviews of popular espresso machines, a good starting point is this page on coffee-brewing-methods.com. If you already If you already have an idea of what you want, just go on Amazon, and read the customer reviews, they should give you an idea. As a last thought, when I bought my espresso machine, I chose a commercial model, because they are more reliable. (It was two times more expensive than a domestic espresso maker, but is totally worth it every penny.)

If you already have an idea of what you want, just go on Amazon, and read the customer reviews, they should give you an idea