Spiced Black Coffee
Black Coffee is the drink which is brewed from roasted coffee beans. The drink is acidic to taste and stimulates the human mind sue to its high caffeine content. The coffee plant finds its origin in Ethiopia in northeastern Africa, where the berries of the plant were brewed into a bitter concoction. It was however in Yemen, that coffee as we know it today, brewed from the roasted beans, came into existence.
A steaming cup of coffee, served either black or with a variation of dairy product may be the most popular manner of consumption of the brew. However over time cold and iced coffee, both unique beverages have become extremely popular. In the following extract we present to you selectively spiced brewed coffee.
We present to you a 2 spice variation to your regular black coffee. Cinnamon for its woody sweet notes and cloves for its mild peppery punch. Having a general know-how of the typical flavors of the ingredients goes a long way in honing your culinary skills. The smallest amount of certain ingredients opens up a world of goodness and excitement for every passionate foodie.
Read on ahead for the accurate recipe for selectively spicing up your cup of black coffee. Experience the taste and indulge in the warmth of the spices.
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Selectively Spiced Black Coffee
- 5 cups water
- 4 tablespoon fine ground coffee beans
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
- Sugar (optional)
- Whipped cream (optional)
Procedure of Preparation
- Put the water to boil ins a saucepan over a low flame.
- Add the spices to the heating water.Cinnamon is an organic sweetener, while cloves impart their mild peppery flavor to the concoction. Add sugar according to taste requirements.
- Add the ground coffee.
- Keep the flame low and let the coarsely ground spices and coffee beans soak in the water, before it comes to a boil.
- Bring the water to boil and switch off the flame.
- Let the coffee sit as it is for 5 minutes.
- Pass through a sieve, and serve.
- Top with whipped cream.
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