Coffee Talk

Some simple tricks for spicing up your daily coffee routine.

Photo by: Pawel Kaminski

Pawel Kaminski

Easy Flavored Coffee: Drop a cinnamon stick—whole or broken in half—into your coffee filter with the ground coffee, then brew as usual.

Quick Caramel Cafe au Lait: Put a square of your favorite caramel-filled chocolate bar in the bottom of a coffee mug. Pour the hot coffee directly over the chocolate, then add warmed milk or cream and stir until the chocolate dissolves.

Vanilla Syrup: Heat vanilla bean pods, sugar and water in a saucepan until the mixture comes to a simmer. Let cool, then add to your favorite coffee or espresso drink!

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