If you are a true coffee lover, you must have tried a bunch of different coffee beverages until you found that special one that is just right for you. You might be the lucky one who tried at least one drink from this list during that journey. If so, you are free to feel unique because we are going to show you some of the weirdest coffee drinks that are not so familiar to big number of people.
1. Taiwanese Coffee with Sea Salt
This coffee was created in one of the most-known Taiwan’s coffee shop. Their chef started serving sea salt coffee to his customers and it became a huge hit. People who live in Taiwan are known for sprinkling sea salt on various fruits to bring out the sweetness even more.They say that they wanted to try that same effect with coffee.
2. Vietnamese Egg Coffee
This unusual coffee drink is served in Vietnam throughout Hanoi and it’s this country’s specialty. It’s made from mixture of condensed milk and egg yolk which are whipped together until they become creamy and thick. After doing that, they pour some black coffee on top of it and wait until it sink to the bottom of the cup.
3. Swedish Coffee with Tonic
Coffee and tonic being together at the same cup for some may sound odd, but this combination has lately become very popular. Flavor that it gives is refreshing and different and it was well accepted from those who got bored by the taste of espresso or regular coffee. This coffee was served in Sweden for few years now, but today we have a chance to try it in many countries.
4. Coffee with Lime
You love drinking coffee and you also love sour taste? If that is the case, I am sure that you never tried to combine these two things together. This weird connection of tastes already has a name – Guillermo. This coffee can be served hot or cold, you can decide which one tastes better for you, but we are sure that both of the versions are sour.
5. Coffee with Vanilla Coke
Quentin Tarantino’s super famous movie Pulp Fiction came to the big screens 20 years ago. In that movie, Vincent Vega, which is its main character who loves to drink vanilla Coke. There must be someone who really loved how John Travolta played that role, because today you can find a Vincent Vega coffee. This coffee is a mixture of espresso, Coca-Cola, ice and of course – vanilla syrup. It became really famous drink, just as same as the movie, and it has a lot of faithful fans.
6. Coffee and Cheese
Sweden is a really strange country when it comes to coffee. You are probably guessing that this odd way of drinking coffee also originates from Sweden. Kaffeost is a name of this tradition, which is of drinking coffee with a piece of cheese in it, or just dipping it into the coffee. They are using a special kind of cheese for this procedure – Leipäjuusto. This cheese is made in northern Sweden from goat’s milk.
For coffee lovers, there is nothing better than trying out new coffee blends from all over the world. If you have a teste for the expansive and you would like to try out something you might not have the chance to again, we suggest that you give yourself a treat of the most expansive coffee in the world. The list is made up from all known commercial coffee brands of which some can’t be bought in your country, but that does not mean you should not ask around if you go traveling anytime soon.
Hacienda La Esmeralda
We will start the list with the most expansive coffee in the world, whose origins are from Panama. The coffee costs $350.25/lb. and is one of the most unique coffee flavors in the world. Due to its low yearly production, the coffee has a high price, but if you ask us it’s worth it if for nothing else than to tell your friends you have the most expansive coffee in the world, and if they would like to try some.
The former holder of the number one spot, the Luwak Coffee made from Indonesia comes at the price of $160/lb. This unique coffee is made with the help of an animal. If you are wondering how can an animal help us with the process of making the coffee, well you might be shocked to learn that this coffee is fermented inside the belly of the animal. The animal eats the whole coffee Cherie and once it’s done digesting it the coffee seeds are extracted from the animal’s feces. Even though the process might be gross to some people, its taste is still recognized as one of the best in the world.
St. Helena Coffee
St. Helena Coffee is one of those old-school coffee blends that dates its origins from the age of Napoleon. Ever since he tasted the amazing coffee back in the day, Napoleon ordered it be produced in large quantities on the St. Helena Island. The price may be higher than your regular coffee due to the cost of transportation but it’s one hell of a coffee for coffee lovers.
The Hawaiian coffee costs $51/lb. and is one of those tropical tasting coffee types. What we mean by that is that the country of Hawaii is the only American state that has the climate to produce coffee and this one has a unique tasting blend of the floral aroma, a bit of berry and the finish of the caramel taste. It also has a hint of an herb-like taste.
How many people do you know that just can’t live without strong coffee? Or maybe you are one of those people, that always says that the only true coffee is pure black coffee. The fact of the matter is that there is a healthy amount of coffee one should take in on a daily level, but as to the taste, there are no health benefits when comparing the strong to the weak coffee. So, for many strong coffee lovers if they don’t want to increase the number of cups of coffee they drink they can always get some strong blend coffee. We will now list a few of our favorite strong coffee blends that you can get in the world.
Costa Coffee cappuccino
The strongest cappuccino on the market is still considered a coffee in our book. With the usual strength of the cappuccino being about 100 mg of coffee, this one is at a staggering 185. So, almost the double strength of the regular cappuccino. Give it a try if you want some foamy strong cappuccino.
F***ing strong coffee
The name says it all. You know when you buy a hot sauce and then there I a swear word in the name, it’s the same here. The swear word is present because the normal people that drink this coffee always swear on how strong the coffee is. For the strong coffee lovers, this might be your next best thing.
Death Wish Coffee
The one we don’t recommend for soft users. At 12-oz per mug of this coffee, you will get a dosage of 728mg of coffee. That is insane! Literally, will either kill you or make you feel like you have not been alive before you drank this coffee.
Has the self-written title of “world’s strongest coffee” written on its package, and if you want to compare it to the regular coffee, we might have to agree with it. The strength of this one cup of coffee is the equivalent of five cups of normal coffee. Imagine starting the day with two of these cups.
There are many ways one can enjoy a nice cup of coffee. Depending on the part of the day and how caught up we are in our obligations we can either sit down and have a nice warm cup of coffee or we could take one ice coffee to go. The trick is that ice coffee has found its unique taste not only in the coffee blend but in the way that it’s prepared. Every ice coffee can be different as long as you have a unique way of preparation and today we will list the 3 best ice coffee blends you need to try.
Keurig “Nantucket Blend Iced Coffee”
The coffee blend that is used specifically for the Keurig machine has a strong taste that is at the same time mixed with a soft background tingling. The trick with this coffee is that it does not get poured into the ceramic cup, but in fact is made for the tall glass filled with ice.
Mystic Monk Coffee
The monks from Wyoming are the responsible ones for this magical mixture. They have several unique coffee blends, of which some are the “Iced Coffee Blend,” which has a subtle but present fruit taste, and our guess is that its berries. The blend we want to point out is the “Coconut Cream Iced Coffee” which all lovers of the coconut will simply adore. They might be on to something as these monks have yet to make a bad brew.
Coffee Bean Direct’s “Iced Coffee Blend”
The coffee made from several coffee states, of which the list includes Panama Costa Rica and Papua New Guinea. You can just imagine how amazing this coffee tastes to every true coffee lover. The best part is that you can serve it with both big ice cubes and the small ground ones, and it still won’t lose its taste.
If you have some more amazing coffee blends that you think we should try to give us some examples in the comment section.