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by Anthony Licata October 15, 2018 1 min read
If you’re reading this, I think it’s safe to say we can all agree how great coffee is. With a wide variety of beans and endless ways to prepare, serve, and enjoy them, coffee is easily the most diverse and cultural beverage in the world.
Coffee originally popped up in European markets during the 17th century and wouldn’t become a popular drink in the United States until after the Boston Tea Party. Today, we can bring the world’s best coffees to our own kitchens with a good coffee maker and a few ingredients.
Here are just a few drinks you can make with a simple coffee maker like our Technivorm Moccamaster CDT:
While originating in Algeria, the Portuguese version of this iced drink has a unique combination of coffee, sugar, and lemon juice. This lemonade-like coffee is a sweet and refreshing twist on your favorite iced coffee.
There are several origin stories to Irish Coffee that predate written recipes by 100 years. Whatever the case, mixing black coffee, irish whiskey, and sugar, topped with cream makes for a staple drink. For a more traditional version, use brown sugar and heavy cream that has not been whipped. However you choose to make it, sip your coffee through the cream and enjoy.
Skip putting creamer in your iced coffee and dive right in with the good stuff — ice cream! Yes, Germany’s delicious take on iced coffee is a great fix for a coffee lover’s sweet tooth and is a chance to have coffee and dessert at the same time.
Anthony is one of the copywriters at Whole Latte Love and is interested in the culture and history behind coffee. His favorite things to do include playing with pug puppies and bothering our web designers to make him images for his blogs.
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