Taste-testing coffee flavors!

Recently, I learned about flavorful varieties of coffee created by Godiva Chocolatiers and given the Texas summer, I was thinking about making iced coffees for weekend get-togethers. As part of the foodbuzz Tastemaker’s program, I was invited to try two flavors, French Vanilla and Chocolate Truffle, created by the chocolatiers.

Both French Vanilla and Chocolate truffle had a creamy taste and I was thinking that it would be a good option to serve them as after-dinner coffees too. Since chocolate truffle was medium roast and had a rich milk chocolate taste to it, I made iced coffee with this ground coffee powder. I am a big fan of chocolate milkshakes so obviously it was my first choice for iced coffee.


How to make iced coffee:

I just made regular coffee in the coffee maker(used about 2 tbsp of coffee powder per cup of water), allowed it to cool to room temperature. Added about 1 tbsp of sugar to the coffee and 1/2 cup of milk and blended it with ice in a blender. Sometimes I add condensed milk too, as it adds richness to the iced coffee.

I also made regular coffee for early morning rush and both flavors gave me a good boost to start the day.

After tasting these two flavors I’d say, if you get a chance to try it, go for it. You can even create your own frappes or mochas or speciality coffees, using your imagination and using a blend of these flavors too.

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One Comment to “Taste-testing coffee flavors!”

  1. Even I heard about it, so may be give it a try :)

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