Thai Won On – Thai Iced Coffee

The best way to approach the Thai Won On – Thai Iced Coffee recipe is to pull lots of espresso shots and then place them in the refrigerator to cool. If you do not have an espresso machine, you can brew double-strength coffee. Fill a glass 1/3 of the way with crushed iced. Fill a […]

The Best Irish Coffee in the World

I happen to make the best Irish Coffee in the world. I learned how to do this in a small mesón in Madrid, but I have since gotten even better at it than the bartender at that establishment, where I studied long and hard under his tutelage. The Recipe One Irish Coffee glass (preferably with […]

The Coffee Avocado Shake

About a month ago I was at a potluck and a woman from the Philippines brought a pitcher of full of “avocado shakes”. The shake was made of blended avocados with added coffee. At first I was skeptical that the combination of avocado and coffee would taste good together. But it did. It tasted really […]

Death By Chocolate Cappuccino

When I first started working at Saeco USA all the new employees were challenged to create an original coffee recipe. At the time I wasn’t a very big coffee drinker and I was just learning about espresso. I decided to think about my favorite flavors in order to come up with a great coffee drink. […]

Coffee Jelly: Delicious Caffeinated Protein

Origins Coffee Jelly was invented after westerners introduced coffee to the Japanese. The Japanese people found new uses for the coffee plant, one of the best being coffee jelly. This fantastic combination of coffee and gelatin is served as dessert, or sometimes alongside liquid coffee. Individually, coffee and gelatin have wonderful health benefits. Combined together, […]

Iced Mint Mocha Recipe

So here is something a little different from my wonderful selection of coffee syrup recipes. This is a refreshing beverage, perfect for a hot day or if you fancy something a little different to your average cup of coffee. I discovered this fantastic creation after buying some chocolate mint syrup, and delving into my freezer […]

Espresso Pumpkin Pie

I always get a craving for pumpkin pie as soon as the first leaves start turning colors or the first crisp autumn breeze turns my cheeks red. This year, I took my old pumpkin pie recipe and expanded upon it and improved it by adding espresso. It’s a simple recipe using canned pumpkin. The purist […]

Making German Ice Cream Coffee (Eiskaffee)

Eiskaffee is German for Ice Cream Coffee. It is darn simple to make, and really hard to screw up. It is great for hot weather, especially when you want coffee, but not hot coffee. It is somewhat reminiscant of a root beer float, with a little less sweetness and calories. Best of all, it takes […]