Coffee trends 2022 – Summer inspiration – Part two

Each year new types of coffee are being created and each season calls for a different approach. In the summertime, we enjoy the weather and the long evenings. Below you find some coffee trends, trend colors, and summer recipes. Enjoy part two!

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Snapchilling

In the summer most people prefer a nice cold drink over a hot cup of chocolate or coffee. Iced coffee is the perfect answer to this demand. A development in the world of cold coffee is ‘Snapchilling’. Snapchilling is the process of brewing and then immediately cooling the coffee to lock in flavor without allowing the coffee to oxidize or become diluted. This technique is slowly replacing cold brew coffee. Snap chilled coffee takes less time to create and preserves the flavor a lot better too. With this technique, you don’t have to use ice cubes and that’s why there is more flavor in snap chilled coffee than in iced coffee. The same principle as with scotch and scotch on the rocks.

Summer trend colors

Every season there are different trend colors. This summer the colors are quite colorful and outspoken. Which one do you prefer?

Summer coffee cocktail/mocktail recipes

We picked out two coffee cocktail/mocktail recipes to try out during the summer:

Recipe 1 (one serving):
Here’s what you need:

  • Shot of espresso
  • A couple of tablespoons of milk foam
  • A shot of hazelnut liquor or hazelnut syrup for a non-alcoholic version;
  • Irish cream liquor or of milk for a non-alcoholic version          
  • 5g of condensed milk
 

Here’s how to make it:

  • Make a shot of espresso.
  • Pour the liquors and condensed milk into the cup
  • Now pour in the espresso
  • Prepare your milk foam and lay it over the top

Recipe 2 (one serving):
Here’s what you need:

  • Cocktail shaker
  • 60 ml espresso
  • 30 ml non-alcoholic spirit
  • 5 ml sugar syrup (optional)
  • ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pinch salt
  • Ice

Witch alcohol:
To the existing recipe add 30 ml of vodka and 30 ml of coffee liqueur instead of non-alcoholic spirit.

 

Here’s how to make it:

  • Into a cocktail shaker add ice, espresso, sugar syrup, vanilla extract, and salt.
  • Shake vigorously for about a minute or so. Pour into a martini glass and top with a few coffee beans.

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