Spiced Coffee – WBB #12 Spice it up!

My spiced coffee is an inspiration from Viennese coffee and we simply loved it . I used chocolate and whipped cream apart from the other spices and we couldnt get enough!


This is my entry to WBB#12 Spice it Up introduced by Nandita of Saffron trail and hosted by Trupti of The spice who loved me. Thanks Nandita and Trupti for hosting this event.

Ingredients:
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1 cup of milk
1 and 1/2 teaspoons of Instant coffee
1 small bit size piece of english toffee or any other melted chocolate
1 clove
1 inch cinnamon stick
1 cardamom
A pinch of nutmeg
1 teaspoon whipped cream (for topping or to blend)
1 teaspoon sugar(according to taste)

Method:
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Make the coffee by heating the milk and adding the instant coffee powder and add a pinch of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and heat it and add sugar, also melt the chocolate and add to the coffee. Once hot enough remove from heat and serve with a topping of whipped cream. In case you are adding cool whip ensure that the coffee is warm but not in boiling. This can be served as iced coffee too. Enjoy!

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6 Thoughts on “Spiced Coffee – WBB #12 Spice it up!

  1. WOW nice entry ….Spiced coffee that is something I want to try. Thanks for the recipe..

    Let me know how you like it Madhu, if you try!

  2. Toffee in coffee sounds like a gr8 idea..

    yeah suganya it was a great difference!

  3. Toffee, Cinnamon, Cardamom. Cloves, Nutmeg AND coffee! sounds like an aromatic brew is in store!

    Lovely lovely use of spices, Dee…thank you!
    :)

    It was a spur of the moment concoction but it was amazing!

  4. yum. i often add cocoa powder to coffee.

    in kerala, they have a wicked coffee where they make it with palm jaggery, and add a drop of ghee sounds weird, but it’s good.

    I should try this Bee, We love to have coffee in the mornings and have tea in the evenings! Thanks for sharing this with me.

  5. ohh lovely mix of spice in coffee.

  6. Spiced coffee, my kinda coffee.:)
    I bet English toffee would give it a wonderful flavor. Never tried it though.

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