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  • Is bitter coffee strong coffee?

    Is bitter coffee strong coffee?
    More often than not, we have been accustomed to the idea that bitter coffee means strong coffee. Especially in the Singapore culture of drinking ‘kopi’ where Robusta beans roasted the Nanyang style with butter and sugar are used, kopi can potentially taste burnt or too bitter when not roasted correctly.
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  • 5 Unique Ways to use Cold Brew Coffee Concentrates

    5 Unique Ways to use Cold Brew Coffee Concentrates

    Coffee has been a big staple for many, especially when there are so many benefits to them. Drinking coffee can not only help you burn fat, but also improve your energy levels and allows you to have a sharper brain. Ultimately, moderation is key, even for coffee, but who says you cannot enjoy coffee based drinks and desserts?

    We have complied 5 unique ways to use your cold brew coffee concentrates, so you can wow your guests or spice up your daily cuppa!

    1. Hot Coffee

    Other than drinking it cold, cold brew coffee concentrates can also be consumed hot. Just heat up the coffee concentrates in the microwave for around 10-15 seconds before adding hot water or hot milk and get a perfect warm cuppa for a cold day.

    2. Tiramisu

    Tiramisu is a super popular Italian dessert which also means “Pick me up”. Instead of using espresso where you have to wait for your coffee to cool, cold brew coffee concentrates do just the job! The creamy blend of mascarpone cheese coupled with coffee-dipped lady fingers (also known as Savoiardi Ladyfingers) and cocoa powder makes an amazing no-bake dessert!

    Find the recipe here.

    3. Coffee Jelly

    Coffee jelly is a highly refreshing dessert, predominantly more popular in Japan where it is served in many cafes. It is made of gelatin or konnyaku jelly, sugar and some espresso or coffee concentrates. Just top it off with some ice cream or add it to your daily cuppa for a coffee dessert!

    Recipe here.

    4. Coffee Cocktails

    Cold brew coffee concentrates make coffee cocktails a breeze. No more spending the time to make an espresso shot just for your next coffee cocktail. Simply pour the coffee concentrate right out of the bottle and mix it into a cocktail!

    Check out our Bailey’s coffee recipe now!

    5. Frappuccino

    Make your own Frappuccino in the comfort of your own home! Since cold brew coffee concentrates are used cold, there is no need for extra ice to keep your drink cold when blending it into an ice blended frappuccino. Just blend it with some milk and ice and you’re good to go. Easily recreate your favourite Starbucks/Coffee Bean drinks without the extra money.

    Ready to make your own special concoctions? Shop for your coffee concentrates now!

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  • 4 ways to spice up your Oat Lattes

    4 ways to spice up your Oat Lattes

    It has increasingly been becoming much easier to adopt vegan alternatives in our daily diet, especially with the increased popularity of oat, soy almond and other mylk alternatives to replace the usual dairy milk. Vegans and non-vegans alike, are turning towards such alternatives for a variety of reasons or simply just for a change.

    So if you’re always ordering a cuppa oat latte outside, why not spice things up with different variations of oat lattes that you can make in the comfort of your own home!

    Here are 5 ways you can spice up your oat lattes, whenever you’re feeling adventurous: (ps, they won’t even take you more than 3 minutes!)

    Get your Oat mylk here: Wake The Crew x Oat Universe Bundles

    1. Oat Mocha

    2 ways:

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    • Stir them together and serve in a nice glass!

    Ingredients:

    Recipe:

    • Stir them together and serve in a nice glass!

    2. Vanilla Oat Latte

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    • Stir them together and serve in a nice glass!

    3. Gingerbread Oat Latte

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    • Stir them together and serve in a nice glass!

    4. Vegan Ice Cream Oat Latte

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    • Build all the ingredients in a fancy glass and serve.

    • Suggested sequence: Ice > Ice Cream > Oat Mylk > Coffee Concentrate

    5. Slow Oat Mocha

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    Recipe:

    • Fill an ice tray with Coffee concentrate and freeze in the freezer (or minimally 6 hours in the freezer)

    • Place the coffee concentrate cubes into your desired glass.

    • Add Oatly Chocolate milk to the glass.

    • Slowly savour your slow oat mocha!

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