Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes

The joy of going to our favorite coffee shops is not yet available to us, but great coffee can be made at home. For those who are tired of drinking classic Americano and the usual cappuccino every day, we have collected 10 simple but original recipes that will diversify your morning (and not only) and help you feel like a real barista.

Tanzanian Mondul Estate Northern Peaberry Coffee Beans (10 pounds Whole Beans, Medium Roast (Full City +))

  • Comes from the Mondul Estate in Northern Tanzania, Africa, this coffee offers floral jasmine aroma, bright medium bodied flavor with hints of black currant and a chocolate finish.
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  • This gourmet African coffee displays many of the characteristics of Kenyan coffee, though much lighter in acidity; it is full-bodied with a great aroma and black-currant/chocolate finish…a great, gourmet coffee and a must try too!
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Coffee for all of our selected recipes can be brewed in a simple cezve or geyser coffee maker. For cezve it is better to use the finest grind, and for a geyser coffee maker – medium: this will allow the coffee taste to open correctly.

All recipes are for one mug. The volume of coffee is the one you are used to, an average of 150-200 ml of black coffee.

Coffee with nuts

Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes
Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes

1 tablespoon roasted hazelnuts or any other nuts
Ground coffee and water
Whipped cream optional

Grind the nuts in a coffee grinder. Add them together with ground coffee to water and cook over low heat, not bringing to a boil. When coffee rises, remove from heat. A little sugar can be added if desired to enhance the nutty flavor. Strain and pour into a large cup. Garnish with whipped cream if desired.

Fresh mint coffee

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Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes 2

4-5 fresh mint leaves
Sugar to taste
Ground coffee and water

Make coffee as usual. Rinse the mint leaves thoroughly and break them into small pieces. Place on the bottom of a cup and crush slightly with a spoon. Add hot coffee, sugar and let it brew for a few minutes.

Affogato

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Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes 3

Vanilla ice cream
Spices to taste – cinnamon, cardamom, thyme, thyme or anise, but no more than two at the same time
Ground coffee and water

Gold Medium Blend Whole Bean Coffee, 2 Pound – Pack of 4

  • Pack of 4: gourmet blend medium roast Hawaiian gold Kona coffee whole bean . 8 lbs of deliciousness.
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Mix coffee with spices, add water and cook as usual. While the coffee is brewing, warm up a small-sized cup (you can put it under a hot stream of water or in the microwave) and put one or two scoops of ice cream there. When the coffee is ready, slowly pour it into the cup. The coffee should not completely cover the ice cream – it should be slightly less than in a standard mug, about 100 ml. Drink immediately until the ice cream has melted.

From Italian “affogato” is translated as “drowned”. Affogato differs from the classic glaze in that the latter contains less coffee. In addition, iced coffee is needed for glaze, and hot coffee for affogato.

Garlic and honey coffee

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Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes 4

2 teaspoons of honey
1 clove of garlic
Ground coffee and water
Rosemary or thyme optional

Heat the honey in a Turk, gently pour in water and add the peeled garlic clove, cut in half. Add coffee and cook without boiling. When the coffee rises, remove from heat and let it brew for a few minutes. Strain and pour into a cup. Add fresh rosemary or thyme at the end, if desired.

Coffee with salt and orange

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Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes 5

1 teaspoon orange peel
1 teaspoon orange juice
1 teaspoon sugar
a pinch of salt
Ground coffee and water

Pour coffee, salt and sugar into a Turk, pour over hot water (but not boiled) and cook without boiling. When the coffee rises, remove from heat, add zest, orange juice and let it brew. Pour into a cup, strain if desired.

Banana Cinnamon Coffee

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Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes 6

½ banana
Cinnamon
Milk or cream
Ground coffee and water

Brew coffee as usual and cool slightly. Beat the banana, cinnamon and slightly cooled coffee, cut into small pieces, in a blender. Pour the drink into a cup, adding milk or cream to taste.

You can also make this option cold – then you need to put the coffee in the refrigerator, and then beat it with banana and milk in a blender (the volume of milk is the same as the volume of coffee) – you get a coffee-banana milkshake.

Coffee with halva

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Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes 7

200 ml milk
50 g halva
1 teaspoon honey
Ground coffee and water

Beat milk and halva in a blender until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. Pour into a saucepan, add honey and bring almost to a boil, whisking the mixture constantly. Remove from heat. Make coffee as usual. Pour coffee into a large cup first, then milk mixture.

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Warm bumble

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Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes 8

150-200 ml of freshly squeezed orange juice, if not, a packaged one is suitable, but always with pulp
Honey or caramel syrup
Ground coffee and water
Orange peel or cinnamon stick for garnish

Another interesting option for citrus lovers. It is better to serve such a drink in a tall transparent glass. Brew coffee as usual, heat the juice, but do not bring it to a boil. Add honey or caramel, then pour in juice, about 2/3 of the total glass, then coffee. Garnish with orange zest or a cinnamon stick. Stir well before use.

You can also make a cold version. Everything is the same, but the coffee must be cooled first. On a particularly hot day, you can add ice.

This coffee is named after the English “bumble bee” – “bumblebee”, because before mixing the layers, it really resembles a striped bumblebee.

Mocha with white chocolate

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Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes 9

200 ml milk
200 ml of coffee
30 g white chocolate
1 cinnamon stick

Brew the coffee as usual and in advance, but so that it does not get too cold during preparation. Pour milk into a small saucepan, add chopped chocolate, cinnamon and put on medium heat. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the chocolate is completely melted. Try it – if the drink is not sweet enough, add some more chocolate. Pour in hot coffee, stir. Remove the cinnamon stick altogether or leave it for the beauty of serving.

Coffee eggnog

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Your own barista: 10 unusual coffee recipes 10

1 yolk
2 tablespoons 10% cream
1 teaspoon sugar
Ground coffee and water

Make coffee as usual. Beat cream with yolk and sugar. Continuing to beat, pour in hot coffee.

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  • Fresh Roasted Each Morning & Shipped in the Afternoon! Sweet with a trace of chocolate and fruit flavors.
  • Fragrant, sharp, and full bodied. This coffee is slightly sweet with a trace of chocolate and fruit flavors, excellent balance of acidity and body.
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