This domain name is for sale.

  • Coffee And Your Health
    If you are a coffee drinker, you no doubt have asked yourself how much coffee is it safe for you to consume on a daily basis. This is not surprising since so ......... Read More

  • Top 5 Best-selling Coffee Makers
    Coffee is the number one breakfast drink the world over. There are very few places that do not serve this staple and that is a very good thing to say the ......... Read More

  • Coffee Machines Making The Perfect Cup
    There are basically four types of coffee makers on the market today: the drip, the vacuum, the French press, and the stovetop. Each requires a different type ......... Read More

  • The History Of Coffee Houses
    When you want to go to exchange news, share ideas and get advice, you go to a coffee shop. It has been that way for quite some time. Coffee shops had been ......... Read More

  • The Ins And Outs Of Coffee Grinders Your Guide To Buying Online
    In order to make a really good espresso coffee, it is important that the coffee beans are ground in the correct manner. How finely they need to be ground ......... Read More

  • Coffee - Understand What Caffeine Does
    I'm no different from any other American; I love a good coffee after I wake up. In fact, I adore coffee bubbling in my coffee maker through out the day and ......... Read More

  • Coffee - Pros Cons Of Health
    A new cottage type industry has sprung up over the past twenty-five years that has looked at the health aspect of coffee drinking. It's no surprise because ......... Read More

  • Coffee Is It Getting Too Complicated
    Plain coffee is fast becoming a thing of the past. It's now quite simple to whip up a gourmet hot beverage for guest, family, or just for yourself. Nowadays ......... Read More

  • Cappuccino - More Varieties Of Coffee Worldwide
    As many types of wine and grapes as there are, there are just as many coffees and beans. The pleasure is in the trying.The most renowned is the Colombian. ......... Read More

  • Celebrate The Season With A Great-tasting Cup Of Coffee
    Nothing complements breakfast or a homemade holiday treat like a freshly-brewed cup of coffee. Thanks to single-serve brewers, a popular kitchen appliance, it's ......... Read More

Most people have some form of sweet tooth, and many also like the taste and
smell of a fresh cup of coffee. Though the tastes of sweets and that of coffee
are very different, they make a great match, since sugar helps to offset the
slightly acidic bitterness of coffee. One of the best examples of this is the
great taste of chocolate covered coffee beans. If you’re a coffee lover,
a chocolate lover, or both, chocolate covered coffee beans make a great snack.A
Marriage of flavoursChocolate and coffee work well together, so much that some
chocolates in Europe will have recommended servings that include serving with
coffee, particularly dark chocolates. However, any kind of chocolate can make
great chocolate covered coffee beans, even white chocolate. This sweet, crunchy
snack gives you the mellow flavour of one of the favourite candies in the world
with the tang and aroma of coffee. And even better, this is a snack with kick,
since you’ll get a little caffeine rush from eating chocolate covered
coffee beans.Making Your OwnSome people are serious enough about their coffee to
buy their own beans and grind them. If you’re serious about your coffee,
then you can be just as serious about your chocolate covered coffee beans. By
purchasing your own beans and chocolate, you’re guaranteed a quality
product. Making this great snack food is a snap; all you need is a pot to
carefully melt the chocolate in, and some sort of device, whether a fork or a
strainer, to remove the beans. Once the chocolate is melted, simply place the
beans in the pot to coat, and then remove with the fork. Set on wax paper to
harden overnight, and you’ll have a great snack that you made from
scratch.Buying BeansThe selection of coffee beans can be important in the making
of chocolate covered coffee beans. You want to buy a medium or dark roast,
since a light roast will simply be too acidic for chocolate covered coffee
beans. This is one reason why chocolate covered espresso beans are a popular
sell, since it’s a very dark roast. You can bring out interesting flavour
combinations with your chocolate covered coffee beans by purchasing flavoured
beans. Usually considered inferior by aficionados for creating a brew, they can
add an extra kick to chocolate covered coffee beans. Give making this sweet,
crunchy, snack a try and you’re sure to get hooked!