Spice up your coffee

These hot coffees have the goodness of natural ingredients and spices like cinnamon and ginger that boost your immunity

It’s hard to say no to coffee especially in this rainy season. How about making it yummier and healthier coffee with available ingredients at your kitchen? These hot coffee has the goodness of natural ingredients and spices like cinnamon and ginger that boost your immunity.

Spicy Cinnamon Coffee with Orange zest

This a Perfect monsoon coffee with extra dose of caffine.Narural ingridients like cinnamon, ginger and orage zest pairs beautifully with this creamy black coffee.

Ingredients

3 tbsp ground coffee

2 tspn grated orange zest

2 tspn chopped crystallized ginger

Pinch of cinnamon powder

3 cups hot water

Whipped cream, cinnamon sticks and/or additional orange zest, optional

Directions

Combine the coffee, orange zest, ginger and cinnamon; pour into a Frenchpress and brew it for 4-5 Minuits.

Pour into mugs; if desired, garnish with whipped cream, cinnamon sticks and orange zest.

Warn Spiced Milk n Honey Coffee

A comforting morning hot coffee drink made with whole milk and clover honey (Bees make clover honey by collecting nectar from clover flowers) you also can use lavander honey, easily available in india. Deliciously warm and aromatic, this is the perfect way to start your day.

Ingredients

Shot of espresso or Moka pot coffee

½ cup full cream milk

2 tspn honey/ more to taste

Pinch of cinnamon

Directions

Brew your coffee in a moka pot, or you have small espresso machine like lavazza LB then use espresso.

In a small jar, combine the hot milk and honey. Stir until the honey has dissolved.

Evenly pour the milk and honey mixture into espresso or your moka pot coffee. Sprinkle with cinnamon and serve.

Parisian Chocolate Coffee

This Perisian Hot Chocolate Coffee is an indulgent blend of thick and creamy hot chocolate and bold hot dark roast coffee. The perfect brunch or dessert beverage for rainly day!

Ingredients

1 cup freshly brewed french press coffee (Preferably with darker raost like Lavazza Espresso Tin)

1 cups fullcream milk

½ cup heavy cream

2 tspn powdered sugar

60gm bittersweet chocolate

whipped cream

chocolate shavings

Directions

In a medium saucepan over medium-high heat, whisk together the milk, cream, and sugar and heat until bubbles start to form on the outer edge. DO NOT BOIL.

Remove from heat and add in chopped chocolate, let set for 2 minutes, then whisk until a rich chocolate color forms. Let set for about 5 minutes.

Pour hot coffee into 2 mugs, half each cup. Top it with hot chocolate to the coffee and finish off with whipped cream and chocolate shavings.

NUTELLA COFFEE

It has the goodness of coffee and richness of Nutella, perfect for the cold days when all you want to do is cozy up.

Ingredients

Shot of Moka Pot coffee/ South Indian Filter Coffee

1 cup milk

1 and 1/2 tablespoons Nutella

2 tspn sugar or to taste

Masrhmello or Whipped cream

Directions

Add milk, shot of coffee, Nutella, sugar to a blender and blend until the milk is frothy and Nutella mixes well with the milk. (This will combine everything well and create a foam)

Pour it into a saucepan and place it on heat till the milk simmers. Pour the hot milk into a cup.

Top with some marshmallows or whipped cream. Drizzle with some chocolate syrup.

Alternately you can also heat the milk in the microwave.

Hot Coffee Grog

There are plenty of versions of the Hot Coffee Grog floating around in the booze world. Some contain cream or butter and some are laced with a range of liqueurs but this one is with coffee.

The best tropical monsoon drink and my personal favorite.

Ingredients

30ml Demerara rum (if you want non alcoholic one then try butter rum syrup)

2 whole cloves

1 cup fresh-brewed coffee (frenchpress/ drip coffee)

2 tspn honey/ brown sugar

1 cinnamon stick

15ml Jamaican rum (You can avoid if making non alcoholic)

long strip of orange zest, for garnish

Directions

In a tall, heatproof glass or mug, dissolve the sugar or honey in a little hot coffee, then add the remaining ingredients. Stir with the cinnamon stick; garnish with strip of orange zest.

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