Best Coffee Recipes in the World

Grinding beans and Brewing coffee at home is wonderful, but there’s no mistaking some of the drinks offered in your neighborhood coffee shop are terrific. If you’re nuts about coffee, and just can’t get enough of the stuff, why not try out some of the best coffee recipes in the world. They're not difficult to make at home. Whether it’s a cool drink on a hot summer day, or a winter warmer, you can be your own barista and impress family and friends. So, roll up your sleeves, and let’s try out the best coffee recipes in the world.

Before we begin, making any coffee drink ought to be done with care for the environment. For all of these drinks, you’ll want to make use of reusable or paper straws. 

Italian Cappuccino

The first stop on the quest for the best coffee recipe comes from Emma Chamberlain. It’s a twist on the good old cappuccino. This recipe uses espresso, but the froth is what makes the drink possibly one of the best coffee recipes in the world.

What you’ll need

·     Espresso beans. Try the Chamberlain Early Bird coffee beans.

·     Almond milk

·     Ground cinnamon

·     Cocoa powder

How to do it

1.    Pull two shots of espresso.

2.    Get your hands on some almond milk and froth it until it’s light and foamy. Don’t. stress if you don’t have a milk frother. Take a mason jar, fill it with almond milk, heat it for about 30 seconds, and shake it, baby! And, voila, you’ve got frothed almond milk.

3.    Pour the frothed milk over the espresso.

4.    Sprinkle some ground cinnamon over the milk.

5.    Sprinkle a bit of cocoa powder over the works

Iced Almond Latte

On a hot summer day, or anytime really, there’s nothing better than a fantastic ice coffee, and this one is to die for. It takes a bit of work, and some specific ingredients, but the end result is a creamy cool drink that’s as beautiful to look at as it is to taste. For this coffee recipe, a French Press is used so that part is pretty simple.

Here’s how to make an Iced Almond Latte:

What you’ll need

·     Fresh coffee beans from the Chamberlain Coffee Bags Collection

·     A French Press

·     Almond milk

·     Nutpod dairy-free creamer

How to do it

1.    Put the grounds into a French Press and cover them with boiling water.

2.    Wait 30 seconds before using a spatula to mix the beans with the water.

3.    Add boiling water to the French Press. The amount of water needed will depend on the size of your French Press.

4.    Leave the coffee to brew for 4 minutes.

5.    Pour the hot coffee into mason jars and seal them.

6.    Put the mason jars in the fridge for at least an hour.

7.    Pour the cold coffee over ice.

8.    Add almond milk.

9.    Add Nutpod Original flavor.

10. Give the drink a stir.

Emma’s Vegan Frappuccino

More and more coffee shops are offering vegan coffee drinks. But you can make them at home too. This recipe comes to us from the one and only Emma Chamberlain of Chamberlain Coffee. For Emma measuring out ingredients doesn’t matter much, so just use your intuition and taste.

This vegan coffee drink uses Cold Brew. If you don’t know how to make Cold Brew, you’ll find resources on the Chamberlain Coffee website.

What you’ll need

·     The Chamberlain Cold Brew Mason Jar

·     3 Chamberlain Single Serve Coffee Bags in a flavor of your choice

·     A blender

·     Ice

·     Vanilla extract

·     vanilla bean

·     vanilla syrup (optional)

·     Vegan sweetened condensed milk

How to do it

1.    Place 3 single serve coffee bags into a cold brew mason jar.

2.    Fill the jar with room temperature water and seal.

3.    Leave the coffee to brew overnight

4.    Put about 1 cup of ice into a blender.

5.    Pour your cold brew over the ice.

6.    Add a dash of vanilla extract.

7.    Add a generous spoonful of vegan sweetened condensed milk.

8.    Scrape the center of a vanilla bean and add the scrapings.

9.    Add a bit of French vanilla syrup (optional).

10. Blend the concoction.

11. Pour the drink into a mason jar and slip in a reusable straw.

12. For a fancy touch, place a dollop of whipped coconut cream on top.

Pumpkin Spice Latte

This coffee drink might seem odd, but it’s not. It’s perfect for Thanksgiving Day, or anytime at all. Some of the ingredients might be hard to put your hands on, but you can probably find them in your neighborhood grocery store.

What you’ll need

·     A Chamberlain Single Serve Coffee Bag of your choice

·     A mason jar

·     Almond milk

·     Tablespoon of pumpkin puree

·     Maple syrup

·     Pumpkin spice

·     Vegan whipping cream

 How to do it

1.    Take a Chamberlain Single Serve Bag of your choice and follow the easy directions to make the hot coffee.

2.    Pour the coffee into a mason jar.

3.    Add some almond milk to your taste.

4.    Add a spoonful of pumpkin puree.

5.    Drop in a splash of maple syrup.

6.    Sprinkle with a bit of pumpkin spice.

7.    Shake the mason jar.

8.    Place a dollop of whipped cream on top.

Creamy Cold Brew Coconut Latte

This cold brew latte is out of this world. It’s thick, creamy, and ought to be a sin of some sort. Best of all, the coffee recipe is straightforward, but the result is amazing.

Is there a difference between cold brew and iced coffee? You bet. Iced coffee is made by brewing traditional hot coffee, cooling it, and adding ice cubes or ice cream. Cold-brew, on the other hand, is a method of brewing coffee where the grounds never come in contact with hot water. Instead, room temperature water is mixed with coffee and the coffee sits over 12 to 16 hours. Cold-brew takes much longer, but the results are special.

What you’ll need

·     the Chamberlain Cold Brew Mason Jar

·     3 Chamberlain Early Bird Single Serve Coffee Bags

·     coconut milk

·     ice

·     Chamberlain Mason Jar

How to do it

1.    Place 3 single serve coffee bags into the cold brew mason jar.

2.    Fill the jar with room temperature water.

3.    Seal the jar.

4.    Let the coffee brew overnight.

5.    Pour the cold brew coffee into a mason jar.

6.    Add some whipped coconut milk to taste.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Iced Coffee Recipe

Time for a little naughty indulgence. If you have a nut allergy, give this one a pass. Chocolate and peanut butter are best of friends. You’ll find recipes for chocolate peanut cookies, muffins, cupcakes, and even cheese cake. Why not use the same ingredients with iced coffee. It’s a pretty rich drink, but well worth the effort.

What you’ll need

·     a mason jar

·     1 cup of hot brewed coffee

·     chocolate syrup

·     peanut butter

·     vanilla extract

·     granular no-calorie sweetener

How to do it

1.    Brew the cup of hot coffee.

2.    Pour the coffee into a mason jar.

3.    Let the coffee brew for at least two hours     .

4.    Add ice cubes.

5.    Add soya milk to taste.

6.    Add about a tablespoon of peanut butter.

7.    Add a dash of vanilla extract.

8.    Put in the no-calorie granules to taste.

9.    Seal the mason jar and shake vigorously until the drink froths.

White chocolate Mocha Coffee

Not a fan of iced of cold brew coffee? This is a hot coffee drink that is rich, creamy and luxuriant. White chocolate is made from chocolate and contains cocoa butter, sugar, and milk, but not cocoa solids. It is cocoa solids that gives milk and dark chocolate its dark color and slightly bitter taste. Also, white chocolate has less caffeine, making it the perfect ingredient for an afternoon or early evening coffee drink.

This coffee recipe couldn’t be easier, but the result is a smooth and creamy cup of coffee. So, if you want to venture away from the ordinary, give this coffee recipe a try.

What you’ll need

·     1 cup of brewed coffee

·     around one cup of low fat or soya milk

·     3 tablespoons of white chocolate chips

How to do it

1.    Add the milk and white chocolate chips into a heavy bottom pot.

2.    Place the pot on the stove and set it over too low to medium heat.

3.    Whisk the pot until the chocolate chips have melted into the milk and made a smooth sauce.

4.    Brew the coffee and pour it into a cup or mug.

5.    Pour over the white chocolate sauce.

6.    Add a bit of sweetener (optional)

Summing it up

There are tons of great coffee recipes out there. But, the coffee drink itself should be served according to personal taste. That’s why most of these recipes don’t have specific measurements. If you want a stronger drink, add more of the brewed coffee, and if you like things sweet, you can add sugar or sweetener such as syrup to the recipe. You can even add some ice cream to make it extra perfect and delicious. For vegan drinks, swap out the milk for almond or soya milk, and use of dairy-free sweetener. All of the recipes can easily be adjusted for personal taste and are easy to make at home.

When it comes to iced coffee, some people don’t like how the melting ice dilutes the drink. Try pouring coffee into an ice tray and freezing it. The cubes melt, but coffee is added to the drink instead of water.

Also, being concerned about the planet should be a priority for you. There’s a lot of different types of packaging for coffee products, but make sure you are buying coffee stored in renewable and compostable packaging. Check out the coffee products at Chamberlain Coffee to make your perfect cup of joe. All of the packaging used for their coffee is created by preserving and safeguarding the environment in mind. 

All of the above recipes have been selected because the coffee drink is tasty, and it doesn’t take long to make them. You can play around with the recipes by adding or swapping out ingredients. After all, coffee is much more than a drink, it’s a pastime and a lifestyle. Have fun as you experiment with and make coffee drinks at home and find your favorite recipe!