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Honey has been a common ingredient in beverages like iced tea, lemonade, and hot tea as well. However, recently, this star ingredient -honey for sale, has been featured in many a coffee cup. 

Believe it or not, honey in coffee is becoming a go-to option for many people. To begin with, sweetened coffee is normally not a preferred choice for many. 

Others like to add a little cream or milk to their coffee. As such, the rage of honey coffee is surely surprising. Despite its popularity, many coffee lovers are reluctant to try it. It brings about questions like what honey do you use? How does it taste? Does it go well with milk or cream?

Thankfully we’ve looked into this new drink in town in detail for you. We bring you answers to all your questions so you can figure out if this is your cup of tea or not. 

Honey in Coffee: The Basics

First, let’s explore the variations and basic recipes. Of all the creative ways in which one can drink coffee, most people experiment with honey coffee in three ways. Find the recipes below and feel free to experiment with them!

The classic: Black Coffee with Honey

  • One cup of black coffee of your choice
  • One spoonful of honey. We recommend a teaspoon and then sizing up as per your preferences. 
  1. Choose a coffee that you like and make it as per your preferences. 
  2. Add a teaspoon of whatever honey you have in your pantry. 
  3. Stir slowly allowing it to melt and mix. 
  4. Then, taste test before adding more honey as needed. 

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Hot Summer, Cold Caffeine: Honey Coffee but Make it Cold!

  • One cup honey
  • Quarter cup water
  • Cold brew coffee
  1. Melt one cup of honey in a quarter cup of water in low heat. Warm it until it’s well mixed. Place in refrigerator to cool. 
  2. Prepare your cold brew ahead of time as you would. 
  3. Pour the cooled honey syrup into your cold brew and enjoy!
  4. (Optional): Add some cold milk or a dash of cream. Some ice cubes won’t be out of place either!

Better Latte Than Never: A Creamy Honey Latte

  • Espresso (1 shot, 2 if you like it strong)
  • ¼ of a cup of honey
  • ½ cup milk
  1. Make your espresso as you normally would. Add honey while it is hot to blend them together. 
  2. Steam your milk. Or warm it up on the stove. 
  3. Pour the milk over the coffee and your honey latte is ready!
  4. (Optional): Add whipped cream for a sweet kick. 

Honey in Coffee: A Deeper Look

While the above recipes are delicious enough on their own, there are more factors to consider. For instance, adding honey to a mug of freeze-dried instant coffee may not be the tastiest option. Keep in mind not all honey for sale is the same. Some have a floral taste while others can be nutty or herbaceous. So that brings us to the question when coffee goes well with which honey? Let’s find out!

Picking the Coffee

Coffees come in a large variety. Often it feels like there’s simply too much to keep up. At any rate, here are some coffees that you can try with honey for sale. 

  • Go for medium-roast coffee. Medium roasts have a more balanced flavor without being too overpowering. The nutty or earthy flavor of the coffee goes well with honey. 
  • Colombian coffee is another fantastic choice. It is mildly acidic but otherwise has a more well-rounded and smooth flavor. Occasionally it may also have caramel notes that pair well with honey. 
  • Other than this, Ethiopian coffee can also be an amazing choice. It has both fruity and floral notes and as such honey can add to its flavour profile. 
  • Costa Rican coffees generally are medium-bodied and have citrus and berry flavors. As you can imagine, it will go well with honey. 

The above is not an exhaustive list in any way, it’s just what we think works best. You can try with other coffees that you like until you find the one.

Choosing the Right Honey

Choosing the right honey can really make or break your first honey-in-coffee experience. You’ll find a wide variety of honey for sale and they all have different combinations of flavours and notes. Here are some popular options but feel free to try any honey that you like. 

  • Clover honey is a relatively mild honey with a sweet taste. It can be floral but will not overpower the coffee. 
  • Acacia honey is another good choice. It is very subtle and light and will pair well with a good cup of coffee. 
  • Orange blossom with its citrusy aroma is a big hit with some people. Others feel it has lemonade vibes. 
  • You can also try this drink with wildflower honey. It will change according to the flowers in bloom. So you’ll essentially get a surprise flavor every time. 

When choosing honey for a coffee drink, keep your preferences in mind. They’re not going to change simply because you’re adding it to coffee. Remember to add the honey according to your sweetness level so that it is not too overpowering. 

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Conclusion

Honey coffee is a creative idea for those who like to sweeten their coffees. Whether you’re having it strong and black, cold or with milk, experiment with different flavors until you find what you like. 

Get started by exploring the variety of honey for sale in Smiley Honey. You’re sure to find something to sweeten your drinks and your day. 

FAQs

Does honey affect the taste of coffee?

Yes, it adds sweetness and floral notes to the drink.

Can I use any honey in coffee?

Yes, experiment with different varieties until you find what you like.

Is honey coffee vegan?

Unfortunately, no. However, you can try with plant-based milk and vegan honey.

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