Archive | Recipes

Coffee-spiked chocolate chip banana bread

Two Fieri “Flavortown Roasts” coffee-spiked mash-ups

Only larger-than-life, off-the-hook, celebrity chef Guy Fieri could have brewed up the names “Bananas Foster” (in this week’s coffee-spiked banana bread recipe) and “Redwood Roast” (in our easy-to-brew Valencia-meets-Flavortown Café del Tiempo coffee recipe) for two of his Flavortown Roasts line of Keurig-brewed, single cup coffees. We threw the proverbial coco.bm Brew News cookbook at […]

Continue Reading
A glass of Rooibos tea from Wikimedia Commons

Rooibos Redbush Tea

This week’s Brew News story is a short and sweet history, vanilla latte recipe and the healthy reputation of our ever-popular magical Red Rooibos herbal tea: from the Clanwilliam region of Western Cape, South Africa to Dutch settlers, a Canadian marathon runner and a pregnant chai latte lover.

Continue Reading
Blue tea pot with flowers and herbs steeping

Ethiopian Spiced Tea

This week we turn our taste buds’ attention to a heart-warming spiced tea infusion of Ethiopian origin like Chef Marcus and his Ambessa Fine African Teas that steeps beautifully in your best tea service, as well as some other not-so-traditional herbals that you can brew right at home, in minutes in your single-cup brewer.

Continue Reading
caffe_viennese_gallery-square

4 Ways to get an Austrian Coffee in Bermuda

… and even if you don’t have an espresso-specific brewer, you can create great-tasting, whipped-cream topped Austrian coffee experience with any of our K-Cup blends from Lavazza, Starbucks (except maybe their Breakfast Blend) or Gevalia.

Continue Reading
Sachertorte, fork and napkin from Hotel Sacher, Vienna, Austria

Sachertorte – Austria’s national chocolate cake

Possibly the best chocolate cake in the world! Apricot jam, three kinds of chocolate and centuries of European money — a great recipe for any story The trail of this heavenly, whipped cream-crowned creation meanders all the way back to the early 17th century through revolutions, family feuds and “torte wars.” An almost accidental creation […]

Continue Reading