Indians are very fond of their coffee and tea. Especially for almost every South Indian, their day begins by brewing their coffee decoction in a special metal filter of which the Indian women are proud of. But of course now many possess different kinds of electric filter and expresso machines which makes the coffee decoction in a jiffy. South Indians just love their filter coffee.Many households in India prefer to buy fresh coffee beans,roast and grind it on a daily basis.Its not unusual but I, like many people love to start my day with a cup of coffee too. I rise quite early in the morning, but like to hustle up with the usual chores of whipping up a good breakfast and lunch boxes for hubby and kid. Its only after that I settle myself with a cup of coffee and have it in solitude.Having this exquisitive potion calms my soul and rests my mind. Its just 10 to 15 minutes when I have to resume my other activities for the day. But I do really look forward for those precious ten minutes each day to enjoy my daily dose of caffeine. I am not too particular about having filter coffee though I would love too. I make do with the instant coffee.
I make it a point to try the local coffee of any place or country that I am visiting. Every country I visited have their own distinct flavour and I love to imbibe that aroma and taste of the uniqueness.I love the different taste,flavours and combinations and prefer it with a little sugar and milk. A few days ago, I came across Gourmesso coffee where they offer a couple of coffee flavours suitable for your taste.I would certainly be buying them one of these days as they look quite interesting,unique and the prices are quite reasonable too and for a coffee lover in me would never want to let that go!!
The strong aroma and the flavour of coffee really intrigues me and I dont mind having a dessert with coffee or a cold beverage with the flavour of coffee too. Along with ice-cream, cold coffee has always been a relief during the hot summers. I love adding a little coffee powder in my chocolate cakes as it gives a deep brown colour and also a mild flavour of coffee in it. So one fine afternoon, I decided to skip my usual drink of hot coffee, instead decided to make a quick cake with a coffee flavour.
I added two different coffee flavours and it turned out quite well. So if you are fond of the bittersweet taste in your desserts, go ahead and make this one. It takes only 5 minutes of your total time. Skip your coffee and have this dessert instead!!