There are so many iced coffees on the market now that it's not always clear which ones are worth grabbing. Lindsey Pine, M.S., R.D., owner of Tasty Balance Nutrition, tells SELF that sweetenedsweetened iced coffees usually contain more sugar than you might add yourself, so you're better off sticking with unsweetened versions (and lightly sweetening them yourself, if you're so inclined). Amy Gorin, M.S., R.D.N., owner of Amy Gorin Nutrition, points out that bottled or canned iced coffees that contain milk can be a good choice, since milk adds a little protein while cutting bitterness. Additionally, she says that caffeine content is something to keep in mind. "You want to aim to keep your daily caffeine intake at no more than 400 milligrams a day," she explains, "and this can add up really quickly with cold brew coffee!" An 8-ounce cup of coffee usually has about 95 milligrams of caffeine, but a lot of cold brews are sold in a concentrated form that needs to be diluted with water. Make sure you're reading labels and not accidentally taking in way more caffeine than you think.
Click here to read more: https://www.self.com/gallery/dietitian-approved-iced-coffee
So let’s see — we’ve got coffee for that much-needed energy buzz, Amaretto for that warm, giddy feeling and chocolate to help all your troubles melt away. We’re pretty sure that’s the perfect formula for a festive winter drink that’ll leave you with a giant smile on your face (there were certainly smiles on the taste-tester’s faces anyway!). You can have this boozy mocha drink warming your hands and belly in 10 minutes flat. Just be careful — those plain old lattes are going to be mighty boring once you’ve tried one of these…
Find this recipe here: https://www.brit.co/easy-amaretto-mocha/
Though I thought it might never come, spring is finally upon us! With it comes iced coffee season, the happiest season of all. There’s so many types of iced coffee, from nitro and cold brew to whatever terrible brown water my neighborhood bodega sells. Usually, I rely on the professionals for my coffee fix, but now that I know this hack, I’ll be taking matters into my own hands.
Read more here: https://www.delish.com/food/a20088455/iced-coffee-hack/
Red velvet cupcakes are, no doubt, a dessert lover’s fave. The delicious rich flavor with classic cream cheese frosting always hits the spot when we’re craving something sweet. Recently, we’ve started seeing this “flavor” (it’s basically chocolate… ooh, red velvet debunked!) make its way into other treats like macarons and tiramisu (plus these 30 red velvet recipes). So today, we’re stepping up our red velvet game and making a red velvet iced coffee with cream-cheese whipped cream. Frappucino addicts, you’ll love this little twist on your go-to caffeinated beverage. And with the summer heat on its way, this drink will keep you feelin’ breezy.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.brit.co/red-velvet-iced-coffee/
If caffeine is the number-one reason you're able to present yourself as a functioning human being Monday to Friday at your full-time job or in front of your family, you're not alone. More than 64 percent of Americans say they drink at least one cup of coffee every single day. Whether you stick to just one cup or make sure there's enough caffeine to fuel you until it's time for bed, you might have another reason to thank your lucky stars that caffeine exists.
Read about how the experts explain this here: https://www.popsugar.com/fitness/Can-Caffeine-Help-Anxiety-44767861
There is nothing better than starting the day with a fresh, bold cup of joe. With each sip, it will smooth away yesterday’s troubles and deliver a wave of excitement for the new day. It’s not only crazy delicious, but seriously addictive too. While coffee on its own is perfect in every which way, it’s even more mind-blowing when poured over a cold single scoop of vanilla ice cream. This delicious caffeinated treat is known as an affogato. The word literally means “drowned” in Italian, and we are drowning in our own drool. Although this is meant for dessert, we say screw the rules! Start the day off with this delectable treat. Sorry mom, but we are having dessert for breakfast.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.brit.co/how-to-make-affogato-coffee/
Nothing livens up a hot afternoon quite like a cup of iced coffee. Trouble is, a lot of the iced coffee out there is just stale, leftover hot brewed coffee that’s been chilled, or cold brewed coffee with a much different taste. Enter Japanese iced coffee—the best of both worlds.
Click here for this recipe: https://skillet.lifehacker.com/how-to-make-japanese-style-iced-coffee-1825417068
This is what happens when a bartender spices up a classic fisherman's coffee cocktail. The recipe for Asiático coffee as it is known today dates back to the 1940s, when it was prepared by bar owner Pedro Conesa Ortega in the Cartagena region of Southeast Spain. Before Ortega’s additions, however, local fishermen were already drinking a crude version of this very alcoholic drink. They used to carry with them a beverage made from recuelo (a poor quality coffee), brandy, and milk, which helped keep them warm during long fishing trips.
Read more & get the recipe here: https://www.atlasobscura.com/foods/asiatico-coffee-cocktail-cartagena-spain
Hey, you there. Yes, you. The one absentmindedly kicking the floor and rapidly turning your head at the slightest noise. This one’s for you.
How many coffees have you had today? Three? Four? Enough to visibly shake and sweat? Well, that might be a good thing.
Drinking a lot of coffee, as it turns out, might actually be good for anyone at risk of heart problems – despite what some medical studies have claimed.
Read more here: https://www.shortlist.com/food-drink/six-cups-of-coffee-good-for-you/353777
Some days all you need is coffee. Some days you need wine. Why should you have to choose between the two? Well, now Apothic Wine says you don't — the brand just launched a brand-new red wine called Apothic Brew, and it's infused with freakin' cold-brew coffee. That means you're about to save some serious time on both decision-making and washing dishes when Apothic Brew launched on April 1 because you can check off both your favorite beverages in one go.
Click here to read more: https://www.popsugar.com/moms/Apothic-Launches-Cold-Brew-Red-Wine-44668384
The latest concoction to delight and rile in equal measure is mushroom coffee. On supermarket shelves and in cafes, we're increasingly being exposed to the drink, which is purportedly an anti-inflammatory, and is supposed to regulate blood sugar levels and boost metabolism. According to data collected by Hitwise, there has been a 471pc year-on-year spike in searches for "mushroom coffee", with the bulk from those aged 25 to 34.
Click here to read more: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/farewell-turmeric-latte-mushroom-latest-coffee-trend/
Different ways of brewing coffee, from pressed, poured over or using a siphon, could affect its taste in a variety of ways. Additionally, the way coffee is stored could also impact the taste of your morning cuppa.
You may have been storing coffee the wrong way. Here are the top tips to retain its quality, as compiled by Tempo.co.
Click here to read more: http://www.thejakartapost.com/life/2018/03/25/five-top-tips-for-storing-coffee.html
Forget pumpkin spice lattes—there’s a new coffee darling in town. Dreamed up by Fumio Tashiro at J+B Design & Cafe in Brooklyn, banana milk coffee is buzz-worthy indeed. Putting a sweet spin on standard cold brew, this standout coffee adds a blend of milk, banana, and simple syrup to the mix. So now you can have your morning cup of Joe with your daily dose of fruit. The below recipe is designed to serve 2.
Find this recipe here: https://www.plated.com/morsel/banana-milk-coffee/
Did you know that tea has more caffeine than coffee?
Click here to read more: https://www.buzzfeed.com/ailbhemalone/15-weirdly-interesting-facts-about-tea