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    Rice Coffee

    Do you know about rice coffee? Rice coffee might be your first time hearing it, and it may not be your cup of coffee, but did you know that rice coffee is healthier than your regular coffee beans?

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    I think it's from Asia?

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    Yup. Heard about it but didn't tried it yet.

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    Recipe please..

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    Rice Coffee is a roasted grain beverage served hot (or iced) and sweetened to taste. Banna Blend is a product of the Philippines.

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    https://lovers.coffee/the-rice-coffee/ you can find the recipe there.

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    Ive tried brown rice tea before but not rice coffee.. im guessing theyre different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaiserBinuya View Post
    Do you know about rice coffee? Rice coffee might be your first time hearing it, and it may not be your cup of coffee, but did you know that rice coffee is healthier than your regular coffee beans?
    First time i hearing this.. Let me know how it's taste and where i will buy ingredients.

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    Haven't had any clue about rice coffee! What in world is that? CHecking out the recipy provided by KaiserBinuya.

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    Have not heard about rice coffee yet. But roasting grains like wheat and others to make something looking like coffee was quite common after WWII. It was also called poor man's coffee. I had to drink it when I was a child and didn't particularly care for it.

 

 
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