Since Starbucks coffees are very well accepted, many have become curious as to the recipes of their favorite coffee. Have you tried researching for their coffee recipes? If you have, I’m sure you made a futile research. I know because I’ve done it also. As you may have noticed, when you try to search for Starbucks coffee recipes on Starbucks’ website, they won’t give out their coffee recipes. It is understood, they are just trying to protect their products from being copied. But for some reason, there are numerous Starbucks coffee recipes available online, only that they are imitations. Hmm, I wonder if these imitations taste exactly the original.
If you are one of Starbucks regular customers, try to make and taste the difference between copy cat Starbucks coffee recipes and the original one sold in Starbucks outlet.
2 shots (3 oz.) espresso
¼ cup granulated sugar
2 ½ cups low-fat milk
1 tbsp. pectin or 1 tsp. + 1 tsp. arrowroot
Stir sugar into espresso; cool mixture. Stir milk and pectin into espresso mixture
until pectin is dissolved. Fill a glass with ice and either serve mixture over ice or
pour glass contents into blender. Blend for 30-45 seconds.
Mocha: add 1 pinch cocoa powder
Chocolate Brownie: add 1 pinch cocoa powder and 2 tbsp chocolate chips
Orange Mocha: add 1 pinch cocoa powder and tbsp. orange chocolate chips
Rumbuh: add 2 tbsp. crushed chocolate cookies
Note: if there is no available espresso, use coffee that has been run through coffee maker twice.
Due to the fascination of people to coffee, certain group of individuals exerted time and effort in discovering new coffee drink recipes to satisfy the growing number of people who drinks coffee and to make sure that no one gets tired of buying the same cup of coffee everyday. The idea of making new coffee flavors is very innovative. And for as long as caffeine lovers continue to patronize flavored coffee, coffee company like Starbucks will not cease to uncover new coffee recipes.