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  1. #1
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    Coffee with spices


    Ingredients:
    Coffee 250 gGinger 1 tbs Ground mace 1/2 tbs Cinnamon 2 tbs Black pepper 1/4 tbs Arabic gum 7 graines Almonds 7 grainesWalnuts 2 grainesNutmeg powder 1/4 tbs Cloves 10 grainesCardamom 10 grainesRosemary 1/2 tbs Fennel seeds 1/2 tbs Nigella seeds 1/2 tbsSesame seeds 1 tbs Star anise 1 graineAnise 1/2 tbs

    Preparation :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mB2qu1tUrnI

    Not necessary to use all the igredients.
    Last edited by upnorth; 09-17-2020 at 05:15 PM.

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    With all of that stuff in the coffee, you really aren't drinking coffee anymore. Even if you only add half of that stuff, same difference. For true coffee lovers, that is sacrilege.
    Absurdity is the only reality - FZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by MntnMan62 View Post
    With all of that stuff in the coffee, you really aren't drinking coffee anymore. Even if you only add half of that stuff, same difference. For true coffee lovers, that is sacrilege.
    For my everyday coffee I like it free from anything else than coffee and water, but from time to time I try different mixtures for a different taste. My guests loved this one. Without tying it's difficult to judge anyway.

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    I assume you are putting all the ingredients in the brew basket? Sounds like a lot of work. I used to roast coffee for a place in Tampa called Berns Steak house. Amazing place if you ever find yourself in Tampa! Anyhoo....I was roasting on an old antique Royal built in 1896. Loved that machine. I noticed a server making the coffee when I first started and asked what the tablespoon of ingredients was that she had sprinkled on top of the coffee in the basket. She said it's called coffee secret. She said it goes in every brew we do. I did some snooping and found a huge barrel of "coffee secret" in the commissary. When I opened it and smelled it and realized what it was. I asked the owner why do you put 1 tablespoon of chicory and Foldgers on top of amazing coffee? He turned white. He asked who the hell told you what it was?? No one except 3 people know the "secret" I explained that I could smell the chicory and saw there was "flavor crystals" all through it. He just glared at me and walked away. I still think it is weird. LOL...then again when I started there they had a 13 bean blend. Not even exaggerating! Luckily my boss listened to my frustrations. I was able to cut the cost an make the coffee taste better. I like the saying KISS...keep it simple stoopid.
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
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    Always try to clean your coffee machine two times in a week. You should clean all removable parts every day after using the machine. Once parts removed scrub with a toothbrush. Regular cleaning is essential to keep the machine durable.

 

 

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