This creamy winter coffee with fine spices brings coziness to your home on winter days. Enjoy the combination of healthy grain coffee, vegan rice milk with finely chosen winter spices like cinnamon, clove, anise, cardamom and ginger.
Your guests will love this delicious and healthy winter drink. We use a healthy grain coffee for this coffee. Unlike unhealthy bean coffee, grain coffee does not contain caffeine.
The claims about positive effects of bean coffee are false, and all trace back to a very powerful “coffee lobby” that has its origins in both the commercial and ruling families. Caffeine is an alkaloid that the coffee plant uses to kill insects that eat its seeds. The coffee plant also uses caffeine in the coffee pods to kill surrounding plants so that the coffee plant itself can reach more sunlight and grow better. Caffeine is a pesticide that causes genetic disintegration in living cells that come in contact with it.
Grain coffee contains valuable bitter substances that stimulate liver and bile function and has a digestive effect.
Ingredients for the Creamy Winter Coffee
- 1 tsp Kuzu
- 500 ml rice milk
- 100 ml coconut milk
- 4 tablespoons instant grain coffee
- some rice malt
- 1 tbsp. winter spices (cinnamon, clove, anise, cardamom and ginger)
- 1 tsp almond butter
Preparation of the Creamy Winter Coffee
Put all the ingredients in a pot and stir them well.
Let the winter coffee boil once.
Finally, put the coffee in a blender and mix all ingredients until creamy.
The quantities are enough for two large cups. You can also prepare the winter coffee and store it in the refrigerator for several days. Before serving, simply warm it up a little.