Cold Brew Coffee

Cold Brew Coffee

It is scorching outside, and there is nothing better than a cold coffee to lower the temperature this summer.

The origins of cold coffee were in 1964 when the chemical engineer Todd Simpson was looking for an alternative to prepare a different coffee. The result was a cold, soft drink, easy to make, and that can be heated if you want a hot coffee.

This drink is perfect for coffee lovers who want something fresh, different without having to worry about the coffee maker.

 

June 09, 2020 — Jairo Hillon
Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee

The history of Irish coffee takes us back to the 40s, of the last century. Back in 1942. The most popular story relates that a flight full of American passengers arrived at Foynes Air Base, located in the west of Ireland, after an intense fight of several hours against strong storms. The flight landed without problems in the base area and the passengers disembarked grateful to be alive, but cold due to the freezing night air. It was Joe Sheridan, the chef of the restaurant at the air terminal who understood the cold of the passengers, and to help them decided to prepare a drink that warmed their bodies and encouraged their spirit after the experience they had lived.
June 09, 2020 — Jairo Hillon
Dalgona Coffee

Dalgona Coffee

Whipped Coffee or Dalgona Coffee divides the opinions on its origin. In various publications, they point out its source in Korea, others in Greece, India, and Pakistan. However, Whipped Coffee is the most international drink these days, no one competes against it. Last year, we got to know about this coffee, thanks to platforms like Tik Tok and Instagram.
June 09, 2020 — Jairo Hillon