5 Types of Coffee You’ve Never Tried Before (But That You Should!)

Are you as particular about your coffee as Beethoven? He used to count out the coffee beans (60 per cup) before brewing it!

Any aspiring coffee fanatic naturally starts to branch out into trying different types of coffee based on some ideas from Coffee Prices. If you’re tired of drinking the same brew every morning, then you’ve come to the right place.

Let’s dive into the five types of coffee you may have never tried before but totally should. Maybe you’ll find your next morning best friend, that is until you get the urge to try something new again.

  1. Japanese Iced Coffee

If you’re a simple person with simple needs, but want to try another type of coffee, you might find solace in Japanese iced coffee. It’s an easy recipe: coffee brewed with hot water poured right over the ice.

No, really, that’s it! You don’t even need the expert assistance of Pick and Brew for this one.

Japanese iced coffee is also fun to tote with guests since it’s a fancier name for such a simple recipe.

  1. Vietnamese Coffee

Vietnamese coffee is a little more complex. You need a special drip called a “phin” that produces a slow but strong brew.

Traditionally this is then mixed with condensed milk and creates a super sweet taste to a pretty concentrated coffee. If you like the energy coffee gives you, but you need a sweet taste to it, then consider Vietnamese coffee your match made in heaven.

You can even add ice for those hot summer days!

  1. Affogato

Coffee for dessert? Yes, please!

All you need for this fancy-sounding coffee treat is a shot of espresso with vanilla ice cream. Often the espresso is put in a cup and ice cream is added, along with some sort of liqueur.

Maybe you shouldn’t have this one every morning before work, but it definitely makes for a great little treat-yourself moment.

  1. Cortado

Next, there’s the cortado. If you’re there for the caffeine and enjoy the richness of the coffee’s taste, the cortado is your morning buddy.

All it is a shot of espresso with a little drizzle of steamed milk. This drink just barely cancels out the bitterness of the espresso and sounds super cool to say at your local coffee shop if you’re trying to impress.

  1. Scandinavian Egg Coffee

Finally, a really quirky coffee involves eggs! Depending on the recipe you choose, Scandinavian coffee generally requires you to crack an egg, mix it (with the shell!) into your coffee grounds, boil the whole thing in water, and strain it out.

It sounds crazy, but some people swear by it, so why not give it a try?

Enjoy New Types of Coffee

Now you’ve got five new types of coffee to enjoy any time you want! Try them out from your favorite shop, or give creating them yourself a go.

The coffee world is your oyster just waiting to be explored, so what are you waiting for?

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