What are the nutritional benefits of consuming coffee?

For decades, Coffee has been both admired and criticised. It has been suspected of causing impotence and insanity, but always regarded as a cure for laziness. So here we will discuss the scientifically proven benefits of consuming coffee.

Some of the major advantages of having coffee on a daily basis are given below:

1)Coffee improves your physical efficiency:

About an hour before any class or work, consume a cup of coffee and your performance will improve by more than 10 per cent because caffeine enhances the level of adrenaline hormone in the…

Dalgona Coffee

It’s time to follow the coffee trend and make a delicious dalgona coffee which is creamy and sweet. It can be prepared easily by using coffee, sugar and milk.

Ingredients Required

2 spoons of coffee

2 spoons of sugar

Boiled water

1 cup of milk

A small amount of cinnamon powder

Time required- 6 minutes

Procedure for Making Dalgona Coffee

First, by blending all the components, make the finest creamy flavoured coffee mixture. For doing so, we have to take a container where we can add sugar, coffee and boiling water. You require an electric hand mixer now, or you…

Cuban Coffee

Cuban coffee is sweet, creamy, and tasty with. Generally, it’s offered after dinner and while you’re enjoying this beverage with relatives and friends, there’s no need for sweets. A special technique is needed that produces shots of espresso with a fine coating of watery cream on the top. The cream is made with sugar, no milk, unlike many other espresso drinks, so there’s no need to have an expensive coffee maker in the house. A 6-cup or 9-cup cooktop coffee machine or mocha pot works well for making Cuban coffee. It is simple to brew the coffee and perfect-ground Cuban…

Cold-brewed coffee is just not the same as iced coffee, although cold or over ice is often consumed. Cold-brews are made by steeping ground coffee beans in water rather than using hot water. It doesn’t need any special machinery or equipment, and it’s extremely simple to make. Although the process produces a great coffee tasting cup, it takes a long time (almost 12 hours), so you must plan earlier.

Ingredients required

  • One cup of coffee
  • 4 cups of filtered water

Steps To Make Cold-Brewed Coffee:

Firstly, you have to collect all the components together.

Secondly, grind a cup of coffee…

Bread Pudding

Bread pudding is a classic traditional dish made in most households. A comfort food and quick fix for all ages, you can never go wrong with some bread pudding. Here is a delicious and easy coffee rendition of the classic bread pudding that you can whip up with our authentic range of coffee.

The ingredients needed for the recipe are-

½ cup plus 2 tablespoons hot espresso
½ cup dried currants
½ granular sugar
1½ teaspoons ground cinnamon
4 tablespoons of unsalted butter
8 slices of white bread with crust removed
6 large eggs beaten lightly
1 ½ half and half
2 tablespoons of Armagnac or any other…

Almond-Coffee Crunch

Almond is a popular nut that is available for snacking in all Indian households. The Almond crunch is a simple dessert that can be eaten as it is or is popularly used as toppings in ice-cream, cake, chocolates and if you are feeling healthy, even cereal. This dessert can be stored in an airtight container and served as topping over any other dessert indefinitely.

We are giving the traditional almond crunch an exotic modern touch by making coffee the highlight of the desert. Here are all the simple ingredients you will need!

Ingredients -

2 cups of granulated sugar


Mocha Mousse

Mocha Mousse

Mousse is traditionally made with chocolate. Besides being absolutely delicious it also has a very interesting history. It was earlier known as “mayonnaise de chocolat” and was invented by a post impressionist painter in the late 19th century.

Mousse can be eaten alone, as filling or as topping with a number of breads and pastry shells. Here is our take on the mousse with rich coffee flavours with the Mocha Mousse. This is a very easy recipe to whip up for all your immediate dessert cravings.

Here are the easy to get ingredients for this finger licking dessert-

Indian lore suggests that coffee came to India through Sufi saints who smuggled it from Mecca to Chandragiri Hills in Karnataka. India’s filter coffee was popularized by Indian Coffee Houses, run by the Coffee Board. Today, Kaapi is colloquial for the Indian Filter Coffee prepared by millions of homes in South India every day. It is concentrated, pure, and delivers an aromatic cup of goodness, refreshing you for the day. The unique taste and strong flavors are achieved with a combination of good quality Indian coffee, the two-tier filter jug, a peculiar brewing technique, and fresh ingredients.

Much before cafes…

Beans and Brews

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