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Coffee Shops in your city to get Pumpkin Spice Latte than Starbucks.

The best pumpkin spice latte
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We can smell the fall everywhere for our favorite seasonal drink Pumpkin Spice Latte is already available to most of the coffee shops. Aside from Starbucks the Starbucks PSL which is a favorite by many here is more coffee shops in your city where you can get Pumpkin Spice Latte apart from Starbucks.

Midnight Sun Espresso, Anchorage Alaska

Coffee lovers in Alaska swear to this coffee spot in town where Midnight Sun Espresso delivers the best seasonal drinks. If you get to visit Alaska this fall, you must try their Pumpkin Spice Latte or their eggnog latte which ring the bell of the holiday warmth.

Thanksgiving Pumpkin Spice Latte

Guillermo’s Coffee House & Roastery, Little Rock Arkansas

Photo via Guillermo’s Gourmet Coffee FB

Want the ultimate experience of everything pumpkin from latte to your pastry? Guillermo’s Coffee House & Roastery serves not just pumpkin spice latte but also sell pumpkin cupcakes and pumpkin chai which id derve throughout the holiday season.

Cherry Bean, Denver Colorado

As sweet as their shop name Cherry Bean serves their Pumpkin Spice Latte extra tasty which their patron loves it. Cherry Bean, creates its pumpkin syrup in the house, that is why it is fresh and delicious.

Rainbeau Jo’s, Lihue Hawaii

Hawaii is a tropical country, but this little island is one of the best to try Pumpkin Spice latte. Rainbeau Jo’s is recommended by travelers to be a must-visit coffee shop in the Island to get PSL. Aside from the shop’s cool vibe, visitants said that Rainbeau Jo’s PSL is better than the Starbucks seasonal beverage.

A Different Cup, Pocatello Idaho

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One of the best coffee places to get Pumpkin Spice Latte in Idaho is in Different Cup. Costumers described the PSL as “smooth,” “creamy,” and “delicious.”

The Java House – Downtown, Iowa City

This coffee shop is a local favorite in Iowa City, especially for college students for coffee and seasonal drinks. The Java House’s seasonal PSL is a must-try, and also their signature drinks like the “Java Cooler.” 

Sweet Tees Coffee Shop, Olathe Kansas

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If you are looking for a place that serves Pumpkin Spice latte all year round you should check Sweet Tees Coffee Shop, in Olathe Kansas. This cozy shop has a cute wall decor of coffee mugs and wise old sayings and serves a delicious cup of coffee.

The Tatonut Shop, Ocean Springs Mississippi

Photo via The Tatonut Donut Shop FB

The Tatonut is a doughnut shop that serves a variety of pumpkin spice. They offer pumpkin spice lattes, coffees, doughnuts, and more. What is unique about this shop is they use potatoes instead of flour in their recipe.

Grouchy John’s Coffee, Las Vegas Nevada

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Looking for a coffee shop in Nevada for a legit Pumpkin Spice latte the Grouchy John’s Coffee serves a tasty cup of PSL in the valley, costumers sharing their experience said “Best spiced pumpkin latte in the valley! I’m not sure what they use but it tastes like real pumpkin and not a sugary syrup like other coffee shops.” 

Sola Coffee Café, Raleigh North Carolina

Sola Coffee Café, in North Carolina, is one of the best places to get Pumpkin Spice Latte that is tasty where you can taste different spices such as the cinnamon and the nutmeg.

Coffee Drinks To Enjoy This Fall

Brazo de Mercedes Recipe | Weekend Coffee Treat

Brazo de Mercedes Recipe
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Here’s another yummy weekend coffee treat this weekend featuring Brazo de Mercedes. This another Asian sweet treat that perfectly complements the weekend coffee.

Brazo de Mercedez is originated from Spain and became popular in the Philippines as traditional Filipino meringue roll with custard filling. The cake name is translated into Mercedes Arm meaning Arm of Our Lady of Mercy, from Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes, a common devotional title for Mary, mother of Jesus.

This cake roll is not made from the usual sponge cake or any flour but made with meringue. The meringue is consist of egg whites, cream of tartar, and granulated sugar.

You will love this roll cake for the meringue melts in your mouth like butter and perfectly complement its custard filling. Brazo de Mercedes is a perfect weekend treat for gatherings.

Brazo de Mercedes Recipe | Weekend Coffee Treat


  • 10 large raw eggs yolks and whites separated
  • 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 3 tablespoons confectioners sugar
  • 14 ounces condensed milk


  • Combine egg whites and cream of tartar then beat using an electric mixer until soft peaks form.
  • Make the meringue by gradually adding the granulated sugar while mixing the ingredients. Continue mixing until the texture is semi-firm.
  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Place wax paper on top of a cookie sheet or large rectangular baking pan and grease the surface.
  • Place the meringue on top of the greased wax paper then spread evenly using a spatula.
  • Bake the meringue for 20 to 22 minutes or until the color of the top part turns light to medium brown.
  • While the meringue is in the oven, make the filling by combining the egg yolks and condensed milk in a small cooking pot. Apply heat and cook the mixture while continuously stirring until the texture becomes thick.
  • Add the vanilla extract to the condensed milk and egg yolk mixture, turn off the heat, and mix thoroughly. Set aside.
  • Remove the meringue from the oven and cool down for a few minutes.
  • Sprinkle the confectioners’ sugar on top of the meringue then place wax paper on the top part of the meringue followed by a similar-sized baking pan or tray. The meringue should now be in the middle of two baking trays.
  • Flip the meringue: the new cookie sheet/baking tray placed on top should now be below. Remove the baking tray and the wax paper (you should now see the opposite side of the baked meringue) then spread the filling (cooked egg yolks, condensed milk, and vanilla extract mixture) over the meringue.
  • Roll the meringue. Complete rolling side to side starting at the longest side. Make sure that the layer with filling is rolled inward.
  • Transfer to a serving plate then serve.
  • Share and enjoy!
This recipe is originally by Vanjo Merano of Panlasang Pinoy. 

How to choose the best coffee beans

How to choose the best coffee beans 2019
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How can you tell if you have bought the best coffee beans? Can we say it is the best coffee beans if the cost is more expensive than the other? Does the roasting influence the degree of the coffee beans, and does origin matter? Let us take a look at the best practices on how to choose the best coffee beans when buying.

Whether you buy coffee beans to the local grocer or shopping online here are few things to take into consideration on how to choose the best coffee beans.

Every basic thing is all in the label.

When shopping, whether it is skincare or food, the first thing we always do is to read the label. So when deciding on which coffee beans to buy always check the label, do not only pick and put things on your shopping cart. Like when purchasing coffee beans read the information, and check whether it is pre-ground coffee or whole beans because there is a divergence between the two.

Pre-ground vs. Whole bean

When you are after for convenience of course without a lot of explaining the pre-ground coffee is the best choice, but if you are looking for quality and freshness in every cup, the best selection is a whole coffee bean.

The secret to a great cup of coffee is keeping the flavor and aroma intact which what’s the whole beans have, they preserve the aroma and flavor of the coffee through its hard outer shell, unlike with pre-ground beans the flavors and aroma have already oxidized because there’s no more outer shell to preserve the quality of the beans. That is why when you ask coffee aficionados, which coffee beans are best they will recommend whole beans because of the richness of the beans still tightly sealed, and only a few of its components oxidize during the brewing process.

Roast Date

The roasting date is also crucial when choosing coffee beans. Well, you will not get intoxicated when drinking a year old coffee after its roasting date, but of course, do not expect to get the freshness, flavor, and aroma of the coffee.

Ones the coffee beans are out from the roasting chambers it’s chemical components change where the beans release carbon dioxide which the process is called degassing.


When selecting coffee beans, it is important to read the coffee origin. The soil, altitude, water, and sunshine are important factors to the quality and taste of the coffee.

There are more than 50 coffee producing countries, and if you are a beginner in coffee, it is better to select the well-known single-origin regions to get familiarize with their characteristics before trying other exotic bean varieties.

Fare Trade Coffee

It is best to choose fair trade coffee for you are not only supporting independent farmers, but you are also getting the best quality beans. Fair trade is recognized in cultivating coffee under fair trade standards, which are then uphold across the network of producers, organizations, consumers, and companies. 

Choose Organic Labeled Coffee

It is best practice to choose organic coffee when buying beans, thou the price is more expensive, but the taste, flavor, and aroma is at high-quality.

On a side note, some labels indicate 100% coffee, but that does not portray to be the best coffee beans because there is no such thing as 80% coffee, all coffee beans are pure coffee unless they are coffee alternatives like chicory or rice coffee.

Most Expensive Cafes in the World

lost of most expensive cafes in the world
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If there is the most expensive coffee in the world, then there is also the most expensive cafes in the world, and they are not the typical Starbucks coffee chains because of these coffee shops do not serve the ordinary Joes and the usual croissant for their patrons, they are entitled to be luxury cafe in some ways.

Here are the most expensive cafes in the world.

Gucci Tokyo

Gucci Cafe, Ginza Tokyo

Just by the name itself, you can already distinguish that this is a luxury cafe. Gucci is a big brand in the fashion industry, that is why it is no surprise if their cafe is classified, as one of the expensive coffee shops in the world. Gucci Cafe in Tokyo is a favorite place for businesswomen. Inside the cafe has a sophisticated look that gives an expensive and luxurious atmosphere. What’s surprising about the cafe in the perspective of a high-end brand their coffee is not too expensive, a cup of espresso is around $9, and a box of chocolate with a Gucci logo is about $26.So if you are visiting Tokyo try to visit this cafe and experience the lux of its service.

Cafe de la Paix, Paris

Cafe de la Paix is a well-known cafe in Paris where it does not belong to the traditional coffee places because the coffee is not cheap here. Regular breakfast will cost around 85 Euros, that is more or less $100, but surely will satisfy your appetite. High profile personalities and celebrities dine to come to this cafe. So if it is your first time in Paris and looking for a first-rate cafe, you should check Cafe de la Paix which is situated just across the Opera house. 

Bloomsbury Cafe, Dubai

We just shared from our last blog the most trendy coffee shops in, Dubai, and they are not only stylish, but the city offers a lot of luxury coffee places, like the Bloomsbury Cafe. This cafe is where you can find the world most extraordinary cupcakes which cost a whopping $1000, and considered the world most expensive cupcake. Each cupcake is gold-infused and decorated with real edible golds. Their cupcakes alone is a symbol of luxury, in one bite.

Cafe Florian, Venice

Cafe Froilan is one of the oldest coffee shops in the world that had established in the 18th century. This coffee shop has a long history of serving coffee to the public, and it was the first-ever cafe to serve coffee for women, that is why if their price is higher than other cafes their great history adds an influential icon in Cafe Florian. If you would like to explore history while having a great cup of coffee, this coffee place is for you.

Café Gambrinus, Naples

Among all the cafes mentioned above the Cafe Gambrinus has the most exquisite interiors. This cafe is in Naples, Italy which they are known for their dreamy architecture design that resembles the Belle Epoch. This cafe is popular not only among locals and tourist, but personages like Oscar Wilde and Ernest Hemingway loves this place. Their price is just fair for the lux ambiance where a cup of hot chocolate is about 10 Euros, and it is no doubt that their coffee is one of the best.

Ensaymada Recipe| Weekend Coffee Treat

Ensaymada sweet soft bun recipe weekend coffee treat

Coffee alone is good but accompanied by cake or pastry is even better. For this coffee weekend treat, we were inspired by the delicious Ensaymada or known as a soft sweet dough pastry. The same with cinnamon which a great pair of coffee Ensaymada is also a perfect mate for coffee or tea.

Ensaymada is a traditional Filipino pastry that is often paired with coffee or tea. This pastry was introduced during the Spanish colonization in the Philippines. In the Island of Majorca, the ensaïmada de Mallorca is traditionally made of flour, water, sugar, eggs, and pork lard, while the Philippine adaptation of Ensaymada was made with butter instead of lard.

This traditional soft bun is usually topped with grated cheddar cheese, and it is a popular treat during the holiday season. Hence we are now fast approaching to the Holiday season, Ensaymada is the perfect weekend coffee treat that is a good pair of the season favorite drink PSL.

Ensaymada Recipe Weekend Coffee Treat


  • 1½ teaspoons sugar
  • ¾ cup warm water
  • 4 tsp. active dry yeast
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup butter, softened
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • 1 Tbsp. salt
  • 8 egg yolks
  • 4 cups all-purpose flour
  • Melted butter for brushing grated cheese


  1. Dissolve the sugar in the warm water. Add the yeast and let stand until softened
  2. Add 1 cup flour gradually until well blended. Cover bowl with a damp cloth and set aside in warm place for 30 minutes.
  3. Meanwhile, cream butter and sugar thoroughly; add salt and egg yolks, beating well after each addition.
  4. Add 4 cups all-purpose flour gradually, blending well. Add this mixture to the sponge yeast. Mix well.
  5. Put the dough in a lightly greased bowl and cover with a damp cloth and let rise in a warm place for 2 hours.
  6. Punch down. Divide dough into the desired size of rolls. Roll out thinly.
  7. Spread surface with melted butter and sprinkle with grated cheese.
  8. Roll as in jelly roll, starting from the lower left-hand corner
  9. Place in greased ensaymada molds. Let rise for 2 hours.
  10. Bake in a preheated oven at 400 °F for from 10 to 15 minutes.
  11. After taking out from the oven, brush with butter and sprinkle with grated cheese and sugar.
  12. Yield: 2 dozens.
This recipe is credit to Kawaling Pinoy

The Hidden Coffee farm In the Pearl of the Orient

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Columbia, Brazil, Ethiopia, Vietnam, Indonesia are known to be the top producing countries of coffee. But did you know in the history of coffee the Pearl of The Orient, the Philippines was ones on the leader board of coffee producers? For many of us only know Columbia, Brazil as the producers of coffee, well that is a fact, in Columbia alone produces 11.5 million bags annually which gives them the reputation as the third-highest coffee producers. But in the early years during,1740 when the Spanish colonization introduce coffee in the Island of the Philippines it became paramount of success, which put the Philippines on the pedestal as the fourth top producing nation of coffee all over the world.

The Island of the Philippines has a fertile soil which is capable of producing four different species of coffee that are: Arabica, Liberica (Barako), Excelsa, and Robusta.

Coffee was introduced in the Philippines by the Franciscan Monks in early 1730, and the first-ever coffee tree was planted in the province of Lipa Batangas. The first coffee species that had implanted in the Island of the Philippines is from Mexico, and because of the successful germination of coffee trees in Lipa Batangas from there coffee cultivation is widespread in the entire province with the help of Augustinian friars Elias Nebreda and Benito Varas, coffee is acknowledged to Ibaan, Lemery, San Jose, Taal, and Tanauan. Because of coffee, the province of Batangas owed its wealth to it, and Lipa became the coffee capital of the Philippines.

The success of the Philippine coffee production skyrocketed, making them able to export coffee in the 1860s. After the Civil War, there is a high demand for Philippine coffee in the United States because it is cheaper to import coffee from the Philippines than importing from Brazil. Back then the Liberica or “Kape Barako” as known in the Philippines is the biggest export from Batangas to Manila and shipped to San Francisco. Almost half of the Philippine coffee had transported to San Francisco after the Civil War. Because of the low cost of export of Philippine coffee, the country had started to export in Europe when the Suez Canal in 1869 had opened.

Due to high market of the Philippine coffee, the province of Batangas started to introduce coffee production to its neighboring province of Cavite. In the town of Amadeo Cavite, the municipality also has begun cultivating coffee. But Lipa Batangas is still the chief generator of Philippine coffee, and Barako or the Liberica, is the top coffee choice for export, making it five times its price than the Java beans. During that time, the Philippine competitor regions like Brazil, Africa, and other Asian countries were on the edge of coffee declining when the coffee rust plague hit the neighborhoods making the Philippines as the fourth top producers of coffee the only country survive the epidemic. From 1887 to 1889, the Philippines was the only source of coffee in the world.

But in 1889, it became a bittersweet time in the Island of the Philippines, when the land was hit by coffee rust, and increased incidence of insect infestation. The county experienced a vast decline, in its coffee production, destroying all coffee trees in Batangas. In two years, the coffee production in the country went down to 1/6, from the original amount. By that time Brazil is already recovering from the coffee rust, and infestation regaining their position, as the top coffee producer country. The Philippines by then is making an effort to save few of the surviving coffee seedlings transferring them from Batangas to Cavite.

The glory days of the Philippines on the leader board of coffee producers have come to an end, but the Philippines did not completely stop the coffee production, but numerous farmers shifted into cultivating different crops.

The Philippines did not regain its position, and in the 1950’s the Philippine government with the help of Americans introduce a new species of coffee that are more resistant. During this time a high demand on instant coffee was needed that is why numerous farmers shifted back into coffee cultivation in the 1960s. However, coffee export was stopped because of the sudden proliferation of coffee farms that resulted in a surplus in the world market. And in 1980, the Philippines became a member of the International Coffee Organization (ICO).

Today the Island of the Philippines produces 30,000 metric tons of coffee a year. According to PhilMech, an agency under DA, Mindanao is the leader of the local production of dried coffee beans. Sultan Kudarat is the province that produces the most coffee on the island.

Source: Philippine Coffee Board

The Most Trendy Coffee Shops in Dubai.

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These trendy coffee shops in Dubai is not your average place for a cup of coffee, and here is why?

Dubai, one of the wealthiest country in the world where you can see Lamborghini and sports cars rolling on the street, and a lion as a pet, a city with a magnificent structure of buildings, and a nation that is rich in oil it is no wonder the city has seen with a lot of luxury, and their coffee shops are one of a kind.

Let us take a look at the most trendy coffee shops in Dubai.

Omnia Gourmet

Omnia Gourmet located in,  Al Souq, Jumeirah Fishing Harbour is not an average place to get your coffee. The coffee shop illuminates a stylish vibe for the guest. The enchanting cafe has a whimsical decor of beautiful tiled walls and the foliage hanging from the roof and one of a kind gourmet menu which makes them unique from their competitors.

Omnia Gourmet meticulously outsource their ingredients locally to deliver the best quality of refined and exotic food to the palate. Omnia is well known to bring brinner to the table of which is a new concept of making breakfast and dinner into one. They also offer a selection of coffee from a traditionally brewed coffee to Instagramable selection of latte which compliments their brinner menu.

The Sum Of Us

An Instagram heaven at the urban center of Dubai which showcases not just a cafe, but also a roastery and bakery, in the buzzing street of Dubias’ World Trade Center.

The Sum Of Us is an independent coffee shop that delivers a specialty coffee for coffee lovers. Their place is large and beautiful with an industrial feel into it with large counters where costumers conveniently order, and they have the clear glass chamber of which costumers can see their inhouse roasting facility.

This coffee shop focuses on the quality of food and coffee, that is why it is no wonder, it is one of the favorite coffee places for coffee lovers in, Dubai.

Depresso Cafe, Dubai

Depresso is not depressing as it sounds this cafe in Jumeria Road is adorable with their Instagram-worthy drinks, and donut on top is selfie-ready.

This cafe is a cool place to hangout they have customized cups which are trendy and cool to share on your Instagram feed, and who does not love coffee and donuts. This cafe is truly a trendsetter in the business.

Vogue Cafe, Dubai

Vogue s one of the leading fashion magazines for the runways, and high-end brands opened their store in Dubai Mall. So expect their cafe to be glamorous with flawless decor, perfect tone palette of coffee and cream, clean-lined marble tables, and the imposing 3-D pyramidic design of the coffee bar. You will have a glimpse and feel of what is happening on the runway in this cafe.

Homemade Bagels Recipe | Weekend Coffee Treat | How To

How to make bagels recipe

Bagel is one of the traditional pastries for breakfast. Though bagel is bland, but chewy in texture it is an ideal pair for coffee, that you can customize the flavors, by putting on your favorite spreads. For this weekend coffee treat, we will be featuring this bagel recipe from Taste of Home. You can serve these bagels for a weekend gathering, or you can also store them and have it as your morning breakfast for the weekdays.

Bagels look like they are donuts because of its round shape, but they are different from each other. Bagels originated in the Jewish communities in Poland, and are traditionally formed by hand into a round shape. Unlike donuts that are soft and sweet, bagels are yeasty, dense and chewy, doughy interior with a browned and sometimes crisp exterior. Bagels are not sweet and usually sprinkled with sesame seeds or salt for flavoring they are considered a favorite breakfast or brunch because it can easily be paired with any spread, with ham or meat just like a burger.

Grab on your baking equipment coffee lovers and let us make bagels this weekend.

Homemade Bagels weekend coffee treat

Recipe by: Taste of Home


  • 1 teaspoon active dry yeast
  • 1-1/4 cups warm 2% milk (110° to 115°)
  • 1/2 cup butter, softened
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 3-3/4 to 4-1/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • Sesame or poppy seeds, optional


  1. In a large bowl, dissolve yeast in warm milk. Add the butter, sugar, salt and egg yolk; mix well. Stir in enough flour to form a soft dough.
  2. Turn onto a floured surface; knead until smooth and elastic, about 6-8 minutes. Place in a greased bowl, turning once to grease top. Cover and let rise in a warm place until doubled, about 1 hour.
  3. Punch dough down. Shape into 12 balls. Push thumb through centers to form a 1-1/2-in. hole. Stretch and shape dough to form an even ring. Place on a floured surface. Cover and let rest for 10 minutes; flatten bagels slightly.
  4. Fill a Dutch oven two-thirds full with water; bring to a boil. Drop bagels, two at a time, into boiling water. Cook for 45 seconds; turn and cook 45 seconds longer. Remove with a slotted spoon; drain well on paper towels.
  5. Sprinkle with sesame or poppy seeds if desired. Place 2 in. apart on greased baking sheets. Bake at 400° for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from pans to wire racks to cool.

What does salt can do to coffee? | Coffee Health Benefits

The health benefits of adding salt in coffee.

What is the weirdest thing you added to your coffee?
There are a lot of practices all over the world in which they added additional ingredients in their coffee, like the Scandanavian coffee where they brew the coffee with egg. And nowadays there are a lot of discoveries on how much to enjoy, and enhance the health benefits of coffee like adding cinnamon, MCT or coconut oil, nutmeg, butter and more. Almost everything we see in the kitchen it is possible to add to our everyday joe, just like salt, yes salt, is a newfound seasoning, that can be added to coffee.

So, have you tried adding salt to your coffee?

Adding salt to coffee is a new trend, or maybe it had been a practice before, but this is the only time it is becoming popular in the public.
Salt in coffee? Yup that sounds weird adding salt in the coffee, but this condiments can be your new best friend to your coffee, especially when you are still a coffee beginner.

What does salt can do to coffee?

One of the qualities of coffee is bitter this is because of its chemical compounds such as caffeine– although caffeine is not the primary factor why coffee is bitter, 15% of it contributes to the bitterness of coffee. The mass substance on the bitterness of coffee is the chlorogenic acid, and phenylindane, which are commonly found, in roasted coffee beans. Thus this explains that the darker the roast of the coffee beans the harsher and bitter taste it produces.

A lot of coffee drinkers are not fond of the bitter taste that is why they put some ingredients to their coffee to counteract the bitterness like adding sugar, milk, cinnamon, creamer, etc. Another circumstance that adds to bitter taste in coffee is the brewing method. Over brewing the coffee, or letting the coffee steep for a long hours results to bitter taste, and sometimes incorrect measurements of coffee and water will have a bitter result.

Now, that we have a little overview of why coffee is bitter let us now see what does salt can do to coffee.

Well, it is not a super extravagant finding on what salt can do to coffee, salt can only tame the bitterness of coffee, and make it easier to drink especially to those who are not fond of a bitter taste, but still want to drink coffee.

According to Alton Brown, a very popular cookbook author, adding a quarter teaspoon of kosher salt to 6 tablespoons of coffee grounds neutralizes the bitterness and acidity in coffee and enhances its inherent sweetness. 

Is their a measurement on how much salt to put in coffee?

None there is no exact, measurement of how much is too much salt to put in coffee. A recommendation from those who tried this method is you can put a pinch of salt before brewing or a dash to your cup of coffee to balance the flavors.

Is there health benefit of adding salt to coffee?

Coffee alone is pack with health benefits, and adding salt to your coffee is better than putting sugar into it. Salt in coffee can help to replenish some of the sodium your body loses after drinking coffee.

Lady And The Mug, a playful coffee shop, in Coral Springs, Florida.

Lady and the mug Coral Springs, Florida
Photo via Lady and the Mug FB

Are you always on a search for a new coffee place to try over the weekend or maybe a place where you can sit and relax, and get your work done while enjoying a cup of coffee? This coffee shop in Coral Springs, Florida, Lady and The Mug is a coffee place to try for they have beautiful ambiance and a superb cup of specialty coffee on their menu.

The city of Florida is known for its famous Miami beach where millions of tourist come to visit the city to have fun under the sun, especially during Spring break and Summer holiday. Aside from the nightlife scene, Florida has hidden gems of coffee shops for coffee lovers who are looking for a good place to grab a cup of coffee. Like this playful coffee shop, the Lady and the Mug, in South Florida is a specialty coffee shop offers an outstanding coffee menu.

The owner Aimee attended a coffee school in Poland to perfect her passion and learn the different techniques for coffee before opening her dream coffee shop. With all the knowledge Aimee learned she now dedicates to serve specialty coffee to her customers.

According to SCAA, specialty coffee “refers to the highest quality green coffee beans roasted to their greatest flavor potential by true craftspeople and then properly brewed to well-established SCAA developed standards.”

Lady and the Mug serve not just a regular joe, but a quality coffee that is better than Starbucks. Their menu features specialty coffee blends such as drip coffee, cold brew, nitro, bullet coffee, pour-over, espresso. They also offer non-coffee drinks like hot chocolate, matcha, tea with oat milk, and more.

Their delicacies are not only house-made, but they are organic treats such as Croque monsieur sandwiches, quiche, empanadas, slices of bread, dessert which complements their coffee menu.

Aside from their delectable delicacies and specialty coffee blends Lady and the Mug has a unique ambiance to welcome the guest. Whether you are social media savvy or just a regular customer, you will fall in love with this coffee shop. The place is furnished in a whimsical way featuring the rope swing embellish with flowers as the center of attraction, which is a perfect spot for customers to take their selfie.

“The Lady and the Mug is so welcoming, so positive and friendly to everyone. The coffee is superb as are the snacks. My favorites are the quiches. It’s very important to me that they honor diversity. Even though there’s a coffee shop on nearly every corner I happily go out of my way to go to the Lady and the Mug!”TripAdvisor

This coffee shop knows how to read the wants of their customers by being on-trend at the same time delivering a quality cup of coffee.

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