coffee tables. Sunday , October 30th , 2016 - 14:18:24 PM
Take the container of the blender and add coffee and sugar to it. Then combine warm water to it and stir the ingredients to dissolve the coffee powder and sugar granules. Then fill ice cubes in the blender and add milk from the top. Add vanilla extract and chocolate syrup to the blender. Then place the blender container over the assembly and blend the mixture for about 30 to 45 seconds. Pour the chilled coffee in a glass. Insert a straw and enjoy the taste.
If you don't like coffee (this is hard to imagine, but I suppose it's possible), tea can be made in the same way. Of course, if you're roughing it, you might have neither coffee nor tea. With a little knowledge of the natural world, this isn't a problem. The ingredients for various kinds of herbal teas grow practically everywhere, and there are many plants that have been used as coffee substitutes.
How can one forget Indonesia and Malaysia when it comes to coffee. The Javan coffee is one of the most renowned coffee around the world and the first Dutch colony to produce coffee. Americans call their daily cuppa as 'Java', and it is also an American slang for coffee. Although, many are put off by the harsh taste of Indonesian coffee, the Organic Sumatra Reserve produces a medium boiled brew that is sweeter than the average coffee, has a thick aroma and fruity overtones.
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