Brace yourself because your at-home caffeine routine is about to get a big jolt, thanks to a viral new coffee recipe making the rounds on social media outlets. You've probably seen the photogenic creation on social media and wondered if it tastes as good as it looks. So, what does whipped coffee, aka Dalgona coffee taste like? Ready yourself for a strong flavor when you make the new sip.
If you're looking for something to do while practicing social distancing and isolation, this coffee trend has your name written all over it. Making #Dalgona#coffee is super easy and will give you the chance to join a global community of people posting the treat online.
The coffee started out as a viral trend in South Korea. It's called "Dalgona coffee" because it resembles the texture of Dalgona batter, a popular Korean toffee,
For all us caffeine-lovers who are missing our daily trips to our favorite coffee shops, Dalgona coffee can bring a little bit of normalcy back into our lives. When we're all stuck in our homes, might as well bond over a delicious coffee drink, right?
Although the creamy, cloud-like concoction looks like something only a professional barista would know how to create, it's actually super easy to make at home. If this sounds like something that's right up your alley, you're in luck, because you don't need barista-level skills to whip up some whipped coffee at home.
So, if you're looking for a high-intensity forearm workout with your daily dose of caffeine (and who isn't right now?), this is the perfect trend for you.
Will you give this whipped frothy coffee concoction a try?
1. 2 tbsp. Instant coffee
2. 2 tbsp. Sugar
3. 2 tbsp. Hot water
4. 3/4 cup of Milk
1. Add instant coffee powder and sugar in a cup.
2. Add 2 tbsp water and beat the coffee and sugar vigorously until it is light and fluffy.
3. Add a few more drops of water required while beating the coffee.