International Coffee Day is celebrated every year on 1st October.
International Coffee Day 2020: Coffee isn’t just a beverage, it’s a feeling by itself. Coffee can rejuvenate your senses, awaken your thoughts and yet blow away your worries. It can comfort your soul and satisfy your cravings. There is no better feeling than curling up with a book, a cup of coffee and a warm blanket at the end of a long, tiring day. Whether it’s a frothy cappuccino, a soothing latte or a bittersweet mocha, there’s something for all kinds of coffee adulators! We realise how much the humble beverage has impacted us when, “Let’s catch up over coffee,” has become a catchphrase of its own right.
International Coffee Day is a dedicated day to celebrate the love for coffee every year on 1st October. People from all wakes of life across the globe come together and talk about their shared love for the beverage, as well as the farmers who cultivate it.
So, if you can’t get by without your daily caffeine fix – join us in celebrating International Coffee Day! Here are five recipes made with coffee that you should definitely try today.
5 Best Coffee Recipes To Celebrate International Coffee Day:
1. Filter Coffee
A classic hot beverage from South India, the recipe is a hit among coffee-lovers. It’s just the right mix of bitter and sweet, foamy and fluid. Click here for the recipe.
(Also Read: How To Make Authentic South Indian Filter Coffee)
2. Cold Coffee
Authentic Italian Tiramisu is one of the many dessert recipes which use coffee as its main ingredient. The heavenly combination of cream, chocolate and coffee will definitely call for a second helping. Click here for the recipe.
4. Chocolate Coffee Truffle
Chocolate and coffee together, does anything really get better than this? Indulge your sweet tooth with this decadent recipe. Click here for the recipe.
5. Coffee Cake with mocha frosting
Celebrate the love for coffee with these delightful recipes, because the only thing better than one cup of coffee is two of them.
Happy International Coffee Day!
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