10 Strangest Coffee Drinks you won’t believe actually exist!

10 Strangest Coffee Drinks you won’t believe actually exist!


Baboon TV Presents 10 Weird Coffee Drinks Number One: espresso and beer Houndstooth in Austin, Texas wants you to
hang out for a while, which is why they created Coffee Beer Repeat, which consists of two
shots of espresso and two pints of beer. You can get them in any order you want and
space them out over a period of time. Sharing is encouraged! Number Two: coffee and vanilla coke It’s been 20+ years since Quentin Tarantino’s
classic Pulp Fiction hit the big screen. Its main character, Vincent Vega — played
by John Travolta, who drinks vanilla Coke — continues to have a life of his own at
The Mission’s three restaurant locations. The Vincent Vega — a mixture of Coca-Cola,
an espresso shot, Torani vanilla syrup and ice — has a lot of diehard fans. Clearly, caffeine-spiked caffeine isn’t for
everyone, but the buzz you’ll get from this drink is 100% guaranteed. Number Three: the tim tam slam While virtually unheard of in other parts
of the world, The Tim Tam Slam is an Australian coffee ritual. The method is simple: First, have your hot coffee ready in front
of you. Then bite off each end of the Tim Tam (A Tim
Tam is chocolate covered biscuit with a cream-filled center that is native to Australia, but you
can find something similar in your country.) Next, place one bitten end of the Tim Tam
in your mouth and dip the other bitten end into your java. Now suck, using the Tim Tam as a straw. As the hot drink is pulled through the biscuit,
the structure of the biscuit and cream collapses. Number Four: nitrogen infused coffee Can science build a better coffee? Nate Armbrust, a food scientist at Stumptown
Coffee Roasters in Portland, Oregon, thinks so. He wanted to figure out how to infuse cold-brewed
coffee with tiny bubbles that would make it rich and creamy without sacrificing its flavor. So, he decided to try pumping nitrogen gas
into the brew. Number five: Like your coffee a little tart? Try Guillermo — coffee with lime that can
be served either hot or cold, or Espresso Romano served with a fresh lemon peel. But we need to forewarn you — these drinks
are not for everybody. The acidity in both is very high. Number Six: coffee with cheese Kaffeost is a Swedish tradition of dipping
cheese into coffee or drinking coffee with the cheese already in it. The cheese, known as Leipäjuusto, is found
in Finland and northern Sweden and is made from the milk of cows, goats or reindeer. Number Seven: coffee with butter and oil People are putting butter (and oil) in their
coffee. Bulletproof Coffee, the company behind the
popular trend, is claiming that drinking a mug of the stuff instead of eating breakfast
is a secret shortcut to weight loss and mental superpowers, and now the butter coffee has
developed a cult of highly caffeinated, shiny-lipped adherents. Number Eight: coffee with tonic While tonic and coffee might seem like an
odd pairing, the combination has risen in popularity in the specialty coffee world,
providing a refreshing, caffeinated kick to drinkers in search for something a little
different than just a regular cup of coffee or espresso. It’s as simple as an espresso poured into
a glass with tonic water and ice. Number Nine: coffee with sea salt The chefs at Taiwan’s top coffeehouse, 85C
Bakery Cafe, serve sea-salt coffee, which became their best-selling drink following
its December 2008 debut. According to 85C spokeswoman Kathy Chung,
it was the Taiwanese habit of sprinkling salt on fruits like pineapple and watermelon to
bring out their sweetness that convinced the company to try it with coffee. The unusual concoction also makes sense in
a place where shaved-ice desserts are topped with corn kernels and the bread gets slathered
with sugary frosting and bits of pork Number Ten: egg coffee Egg yolk and condensed milk are whipped together
until thick and creamy; then black Vietnamese coffee is poured over the top and left to
sink to the bottom. It is said to taste like silky coffee-flavored
custard. Don’t Forget to Subscribe for more Videos!

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