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JennyBean
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I have never seen a coffee drink like this before. It looks very rich and creamy but the flowers? Are flowers good with coffee?

I am not entirely sure what it is. If anyone knows, please share!

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Posted : 3 September 2023 19:24
Fr0sted
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That is Dalgona coffee which originates from Macau. It has been around for about 25 years. I am not sure what the flower type is but it is edible. The coffee itself is made using instant coffee powder, sugar, and hot water and whipping it until it becomes frothy/thick then adding it to cold or hot milk. The milk settles to the bottom. 

 
Posted : 4 September 2023 17:15
happicamper
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That looks really rich! I have never had this type of coffee before. It sounds like it would be very nice though. Instant coffee being used it in is rather intriguing too. 

 
Posted : 13 September 2023 21:19
JennyBean
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Posted by: @fr0sted

That is Dalgona coffee which originates from Macau. It has been around for about 25 years. I am not sure what the flower type is but it is edible. The coffee itself is made using instant coffee powder, sugar, and hot water and whipping it until it becomes frothy/thick then adding it to cold or hot milk. The milk settles to the bottom. 

 

Thank you for telling me and describing what it was as well. That would have been my second question otherwise!

I will have to look at more recipes for this and maybe try one. It looks really good!

 

 
Posted : 17 September 2023 17:12
Fr0sted
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Posted by: @jennybean

Posted by: @fr0sted

That is Dalgona coffee which originates from Macau. It has been around for about 25 years. I am not sure what the flower type is but it is edible. The coffee itself is made using instant coffee powder, sugar, and hot water and whipping it until it becomes frothy/thick then adding it to cold or hot milk. The milk settles to the bottom. 

 

Thank you for telling me and describing what it was as well. That would have been my second question otherwise!

I will have to look at more recipes for this and maybe try one. It looks really good!

 

 

I can recommend some if you would like? A friend of mine is really into a lot of fancy world coffees like this and she has made me a few that were quite nice. I consider it more of a dessert drink myself.  

 

 
Posted : 20 September 2023 21:00
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