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8 Coffee Recipes You Must Concoct During Lockdown To Get Your Mandatory Dose Of Caffeine

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Remember those good ol’ days when you used to head over to cafes for a coffee date with your loved ones? Now that the nation is under lockdown, and you need to stay indoor to keep you and your family safe, try these awesomesauce coffee recipes at home to get your caffeine fix that y’all will thank us for later!

1. Dalgona Coffee

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This coffee has taken the internet by storm, there’s no denying that! Dalgona Coffee is a whipped coffee that’s made of 3 ingredients. The instant coffee powder is whipped with sugar and water until its light and frothy and then mixed with chilled milk. Do try it and of course, don’t forget to “gram it!

2. Greek Frappe 

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The summer has finally made its way back to the capital, making it a perfect time to sip on a Greek Frappe while you chill at home! To start, put your instant coffee powder, sugar and one teaspoon of water in an air-tight container, and shake it until its foamy. Serve it with chilled milk and you’ll have a slice of Greece right in front of you!

3. Nutella Coffee

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Nutella lovers, where you at? If you like your coffee sweet, this is the recipe you need to try! Put a cup of cold milk, Nutella as per taste, a tablespoon of instant coffee and sugar, if you want in a blender and serve when it’s frothy! And if you have it, why not just throw on some velvety whipped cream on it? Folks, when are you trying this out?

4. Iced Latte

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This kinda coffee is ideal for those hot, sweltering days! A super easy recipe, all you have to do is fill up a glass with a teaspoon or two of boiling water, put the desired amount of instant coffee and sugar. Mix it up well, and let it cool for a bit before adding milk and ice. Slurp on it while you take in the peaceful views, sounds heavenly no?

5. Cinnamon Coffee

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This wintery coffee is a perfect combination of the sweet, woody taste of cinnamon and the freshly brewed coffee. Keep stirring the cinnamon powder, instant coffee and sugar in a teaspoon of hot water until it becomes frothy, then add a cup of milk and slurp on this warm drink while you’re cozied up at your home!

6. Irish Coffee

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Irish Coffee is exactly what you need if you’re feeling indulgent! Pour hot water in a mug, pop on some instant coffee and sugar & give it a stir until the coffee is dissolved. Add some Irish whiskey and whipped cream, and serve hot. A perfect drink to sip on for the rest of your quarantine days, right?

7. Spiced Latte

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For Spiced Latte, you need cocoa powder, nutmeg powder, a pinch of cinnamon, along with instant coffee and sugar. Whizz these ingredients with some milk, and once it forms into a paste, pour hot milk and stir it until you a whiff of the delicious aroma! A warm drink that also refreshing, do try it and let us know what you think!

8. Filter Coffee

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The list ain’t complete with the Indian version of coffee, eh? Mix a cup of hot milk with the concentrated coffee brew that’s filtered in a traditional Indian coffee filter. Serve it in a traditional tumbler and this strong coffee will rejuvenate your senses, so try it if you haven’t already!

Folks, which recipe will you be trying out first? 

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