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You make your own eggnog, spiked with a little Kahlua, for this holiday drink.
Save money by stirring up your own latte at home! Pour it in a to-go mug your day to start your day on a sweet note.
In just five minutes you can make this hot drink for breakfast or for dessert. Top it with cinnamon or grated chocolate.
Cream and coffee just naturally go together in this New Orleans favorite sipper.
When craving specialty coffee, try making a Minty Mocha Latte at home, complete with chocolate dipped biscotti.
Ever listen to some hipster ordering a half-caf, no-foam, two pump vanilla soy latte and think, "I'd have what he's having, if only I had a clue what he was actually having?" Debenhams department store in Great Britain feels your frustration, and it's changing its coffee menus to replace confusing terms with plain ol' English, reports Eater.com. Hence, the Plain English Campaign that trades "cappuccino" in for "frothy coffee," "latte" for "really really milky coffee" and "mocha" for "chocolate flavoured coffee," according to a press release from the retailer.
It's the most-quoted money-saving cliche in the history of women's magazines: "If you save the $2 you spend on a latte each morning, just imagine what you'd save in a year!" Well, that doesn't take a few things into account. First of all, making coffee at home isn't free.
Ok, we'll admit it: Halloween isn't even here yet, but already we're kind of taking pumpkins for granted. C'mon, can you blame us? Ever since a certain national coffee chain unleashed the pumpkin-spice latte, pumpkin (or at least, pumpkin spice) has been the official flavor of fall, popping up in all sorts of sweet treats from candies, cookies and muffins to breads and biscotti.
Skip the lines and save yourself some time and money by making these simple coffeehouse favorites at home!
Sure coffee gives you the jitters if you O.D. on it, but sipped in moderation, your daily joe can help fight disease. According to a Finnish study of around 1,500 middle-aged folks, the lowest risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease was found in people who drank three to five cups of coffee a day.
eye level? Just as I've finished ordering my latte, I feel a tug on my sleeve and find myself acquiescing to two sets of big brown eyes begging for these cake-like cookies to be added to the order.
By now, we've all heard the tired old financial saw about how if we took the $2 we spend on a latte each day and put it in savings, we'd have a nice little nest egg by the end of the year. In fact, that tired old saw is so old, you'd be hard-pressed to find a $2 latte anymore, and the $520 "nest egg" would barely pay your past-due cell phone bill, am I right? These days, the seasonal treat that is the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte is $3.95 for a "tall" (which is the "small" 12-oz size), or 41 cents an ounce.
We're not gonna lie. Paying nearly $5 for a grande eggnog latte at Starbucks makes us feel a little Grinchy. But it's got eggnog in it, so we pony up and watch our stomachs grow three sizes that day.
It's hard to escape the buzz surrounding Starbucks. The coffee company has been all over the news recently. This week, the chain announced plans to open 1,500 more stores in the U.S.
Your day is not going particularly well. You're in a funk. You could use a double hit of espresso, so you pop into your nearest Starbucks only to be told by a smiling barista to "have a nice day."
The morning cup of joe is a sacred ritual for millions worldwide. Coffee perks us up in countless ways, from the smell of it brewing in the early hours, to its rich roasted flavor, to the healthy dose of caffeine that makes us more alert. (See "Coffee: It's a Healthy Brew.")