Coffee/Black Coffee

Coffee/Black Coffee

Black Coffee/Coffee

“A bad day with coffee is better than a good day without it”.
No matter where in the world you visit and how bad things get, it’s always nice to share a cup of coffee at the end of the day with the people that love You!

Black Coffee/Coffee

Today, I share with you a coffee recipe that is extremely easy, delicious, quick and economical.
For this recipe, I suggest starting off with baking soda, sugar and vanilla. This is to assist in creating a coffee nut foam. This gives the bottom of the cup an espresso flavor, but without the coloration that you might see after using an actual espresso machine.
To get that instant coffee flavor, I will suggest you take whole coffee beans, thread them through the bottom of a small paper bag, then cut the bag in half lengthwise.Place one of the beans, a penny, and enough lemon juice to make 2 lemon wedges in the bottom of your cup. Pour over the coffee and let sit for an hour, to allow coffee to steep. Then heat it up for about 5 minutes.

Then, top up with a cup of espresso coffee, approximately 1 and 1/2 to 2 and 1/2 ounces, along with a dash of instant coffee in the amount needed for this recipe.
This taste, which might not sound too good in the beginning, will be revealed as the drink becomes more seasoned.
The end result will be an espresso-inspired, frothy and frothy head that most will think is espresso, or perhaps coffee with a little bit of coconut and hazelnut flavor as well. You can have a cup for about 10 minutes, but if you have a delicious friend to share this with, you might want to keep in the fridge and enjoy it slowly, as you do not want to take it out of the fridge and start it on the second cup of espresso.

So, feel free to pair this recipe with your dessert for an extremely nice cup of coffee and I recommend that you try it!


  • 1 tsp coffee powder/Instant coffee
  • 1 tsp brown sugar
  • 1 cup hot water


Blend hot water with coffee and set aside.

Heat remaining hot water in a small saucepan over a medium heat till it starts boiling.

Stir boiling water into the coffee to blend again.

Serve hot!


  • Brown sugar and coffee paste can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
  • This recipe can be made ahead, packed in an airtight container overnight.




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