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Experimenting with Different Coffee Flavors

Are you a coffee addict? Then you must drink your coffee black. But if you are a true coffee lover, you will be open to new coffee brewing ideas and recipes. If you are one of the latter, this blog will list some of the best natural coffee add-ons.  The most common add-on for coffee is various creamers and sweeteners. Some of us also prefer our coffee plain black. No matter your preferences, there are a few simple add-ons that will help you explore the art of coffee brewing further.   

In this article, you aren’t only going to look at the common coffee add-ons such as mocha creamers. Rather, you will be looking at some natural herbs and other ingredients that everyone has in their kitchen. 

Why Do You Need to add Flavor to Your Coffee? 

If you think black coffee is what you need to get started with the day, we will not ask you to switch to any other coffee brewing recipe for your morning routine. But, if you are a true coffee lover, you cannot afford to miss out on these herbs that add an exotic flavor to your coffee and offer something new every time for your taste buds. 

10 Ways to Add Flavor to your Coffee

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Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil is good for your hair. But is it good for your coffee too? Yes, it is. Compared to other kinds of oils, Coconut oil has MCTs (medium-chain triacylglycerol), which have been found to reduce weight rather than adding extra pounds to the body. It also comes with Lauric Acids and Ketones. 

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Butter

In Bhutan, Butter Coffee is an important item for everyone’s morning routine. They also add butter to tea. But is it any good? Butter Coffee has a prolonged effect on the human brain. It will keep you charged and energized for as long as 6 hours. 

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Salt

Salt is the complete opposite of what we are used to adding to our coffee. But salt does have some advantages. If you are used to having black coffee every morning, try adding a pinch of salt to it. It will eliminate the bitterness

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Vanilla Flavor Extracts

If you like your coffee to have some flavor but are not okay with sweeteners that add extra pounds to your weight, getting a Vanilla Flavor Extract is the best thing you can do. There are many such products available on the market. Once you have one, add one single drop of it to your coffee. 

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Cocoa Powder

Coffee and chocolate are an irresistible combination. Many brands are selling unsweetened cocoa powder. Get one of them, and add one scoop to your coffee ground before starting the brewing process. 

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Non-Dairy Milk

Why do many people say no to dairy add-ons to their coffee? Well, the simplest reason is they are reluctant to have extra calories in their cup of joe. But there is another dietary reason. Many people are not able to digest dairy products. Just like carb intolerance, dairy intolerance is also a common health issue. If you are dairy intolerant, getting non-dairy milk is the best thing you can do for yourself.  

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Cardamom

What is Cardamom? It is a widely used spice in Indian, Middle Eastern, Arabic, and Swedish cuisine. It is widely used in the Garam Masala spice blend used with meat and different vegetable dishes. The Cardamom seeds are black and small.

You can add Cardamom powder to your coffee drink. Or, if you are looking for something easier, there are different Cardamom Coffee pods available in the market. 

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Cinnamon (Ground)

Cinnamon is another natural herb like Cardamom that goes hand in hand with coffee. Cinnamon acts as a natural sweetener for your coffee drink. You can add a Cinnamon stick to your cup or add Cinnamon powder and stir it nicely; either will do. Moreover, Cinnamon increases the antioxidant levels in your coffee. No wonder it is called a diet-friendly spice. 

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Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne Pepper is packed with capsaicin, which has many health benefits. It stimulates the body to burn more energy. As a result, you will have less chance of developing Type-2 diabetes and obesity. It is also reported to fight against ulcers, prostate cancer and boost your heart rate. 

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Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup has been growing in popularity over the years as a coffee add-on. Pure maple syrup will dissolve completely in both hot, and cold beverages. It is packed with minerals, antioxidants, and other nutrients. 

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Ginger 

Ginger is a great herb that goes perfectly with both tea and coffee. If you have a cold, add ginger to your coffee for a few weeks, and you will be back on your feet in no time. To get the best out of ginger coffee, add cinnamon and orange zest to the beverage. 

The Verdict

We hope you learned something new today. We have listed a few add-on ideas for your coffee. Starting with non-dairy creamers to different herbs and spices like Cinnamon and Ginger that will spice up your

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