How to enjoy your Coffee – the Ultimate Guide to Combining Coffee and Food

Everybody knows that wine goes well with cheese, fish – with fried potatoes and so on. Do you know, though, that coffee should be well combined with food in order for you to get the best out of it? Oh yes, it should! So, how about we start with some basic info about coffee? The thing is, we tend to drink this exotic beverage all the time, but we don’t actually know how to enjoy it at its maximum. Just like wine, the different tastes and the specifics of coffee depend on the regions where the coffee beans grow. Without further ado, let’s see how to combine coffee and food like a ‘pro’:
  1. Coffee and fruits
Fresh fruits and fruit desserts are something we all adore! Plus, they are the perfect complement to your cup of coffee. Remember: be careful when using sour fruits because you might not like the results. So, here’s some foods and our suggestions for their matching coffee sorts: coffee and fruits
  • Peaches, plums, apricots – These fruits taste very sweet, right? Well, we must say they go pretty well with Tanzanian and Haitian coffee.
  • Forest fruits – The African coffee beans have denser and very sweet taste. That’s why they make the perfect combo with various forest fruits like strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and other…berries.
  • Fruit pies – These doughy temptations can be a good company to coffee sorts from Central America like Brazil and Costa Rica. They tend to have lighter and more balanced tastes.
  1. Coffee and chocolate
“When coffee dreams, it dreams of chocolate.” Who doesn’t know how strong relationship these two have?! They simply go together! In fact, lots of espresso drinks like mocha, latte and others contain chocolate. Here’s some of the best combinations between coffee and chocolate sweets: coffee and chocolate
  • Chocolate cakes – A piece of cake would be great if you drink a cup of dark roast coffee with it! The coffee sort Arabica is also very good for chocolate mousse.
  • Brownies – The coffee from Indonesia and Guatemala is the perfect match to chocolate brownies. Delicious!
  • Dark chocolate – Here you could use all kinds of coffee types – from Brazil, Greece, Indonesia, you name it.
As you can see, coffee is a very delicate product we should all appreciate and learn how to use. However, you don’t have to be an expert to take the best out of this drink. All you need to know is how to enjoy it! In case this topic interests you, check out our previous blog post about coffee as you click here. Also, read more intriguing ‘food & drink’ articles: 10 Chocolate facts worth knowing! 3 Easy Tricks for a Healthy Diet during Summer 10 Amazing Benefits of Drinking Lemon Water


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