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While some people only drink coffee in order to wake up in the morning, others
are very selective about the coffee that they drink. If you fall in the latter
category, you should try gourmet coffee. This coffee comes from beans that have
been grown around the world and then made into flavoured coffee drinks, using
special preparation techniques. These types of flavoured coffee are actually
causing people to stand up and take notice of this beverage especially as
people's tastes evolve. While they start out drinking coffee that has a lot of
cream and sugar in them, over time they will put less and less cream and sugar
and may even start to drink it black. With all of the different choices of
flavoured coffee available, maybe it is time for you to try something new.Brief
History of flavoured CoffeeIn the 1990s, flavoured coffee became very popular.
However, this type of coffee can actually be traced back several centuries to
the Turks. Over time, a lot of people have developed strong feelings about this
type of coffee; either they love it or they hate it and only want to drink
naturally flavoured coffee.flavoured coffee is made by adding flavoured oils to the
beans after they have been roasted and before they have been ground. Another
way in which this coffee can be made is by adding liquid flavours to the coffee
while it is being prepared, in much the same was as cream and sugar are
added.Types of flavoursGenerally speaking, there are four categories of this type
of coffee. The first category includes flavours based upon spices such as clove,
cinnamon, anise, and cardamom. Next, there are also some coffee flavours that are
based upon fruits such as coconut or raspberry. Chocolate based flavours are the
next type with the most common being chocolate mint. Lastly, some flavours are
based upon nuts like vanilla, hazelnut or macadamia nuts. Crème coffees also
have their share of followers; these include flavours such as Irish Creme or
French Vanilla coffee. As you can see, there are a lot of different ways in
which coffee can be prepared. There are also dark roast, light roast, espresso
and regular coffee. After deciding on the blend, flavour and the roast, you have
the option of drinking it black or with cream and sugar added.