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You are hooked as you stop every day at the local coffee shop and order a latte
or other gourmet coffee drink. You have been alternating between ordering hot
and cold beverages when you go. This gives you an opportunity to try the many
different flavours that are sold there. Did you that there are literally
hundreds of different flavours that you can try?If you are looking for a real
treat, try ordering special gourmet coffee drinks. Coffee beans are grown
throughout the world and you can have coffee from the Middle East, America,
Asia, Africa and even from Hawaii. The different types and flavours are
particular to each growing area and are influenced by 6 important elements:
soil, altitude, sunshine, cloud cover, rain and slope.So, you now know a little
more about where the coffee is grown but what is really the trend behind gourmet
coffee drinks? Is it the coffee itself or the amazing sweet flavoured syrups,
the steamed milk, the whipped cream or the little shavings of chocolate and
other flavouring added to the top?Many believe that you should start with a
flavoured coffee in order to create a great gourmet coffee drink. Some of the
more popular flavours are:* Amaretto Supreme - almonds and almond flavoured
liqueur. * Apricot Creme - fruit flavoured. * Butter Rum - buttery rum flavoured.
* Caramel Creme - old fashioned caramel. * Cinnamon Viennese - spicy cinnamon
flavour. * Cookies and Creme - Oreo cookie flavoured. * French Vanilla - sweet
flavour of vanilla. * Hazelnut Creme - classic nut flavour. * Irish Creme - flavour
of a famous liqueur. * Southern Pecan - a classic flavour of the South. *
Ultimate Chocolate - a favourite for chocolate lovers.Others believe that the
right coffee is only the beginning. You also need to grind your own coffee
beans so that they are always fresh and to make the flavour pop when you brew it.
Your final gourmet coffee beverage will only be as good as your coffee pot can
make it—especially since coffee is the main ingredient in these drinks. No
matter what flavour of gourmet coffee you start with, the other ingredients you
add will enhance the flavour of your freshly made cup of gourmet coffee. Do not
skim on your other ingredients. Purchase a good brand of the flavoured sweet
syrup and real whipping cream from a can. Invest in a milk steamer to properly
heat the milk to the correct temperature. Now, put all of your ingredients
together into a drink that will thrill and delight your friends and family-great
gourmet coffee at home, any time of the day or night.So whether you make it a
hot cup or a cold frozen delight, sit back and enjoy the experience. Share your
drinks with your family and friends-you will never have to think twice about
having a special gourmet coffee drink if you can make it yourself at home.