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orange_coffeeThe festive season is nearly upon us and whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hannukah or nothing in particular, this year, do it in style with a cup of coffee that’s got a little oomph added to it.

Adding ingredients other than milk or sugar to coffee is really nothing new and people have been doing it for centuries. For example, we all know you can add chocolate to a cup of coffee for a mochaccino, but what about a pinch of chili powder or event salt in your espresso? Foreign flavours often enhance the coffee's taste profile with great success.

Then there are items such as orange rind, cumin, cinnamon and even mint leaves which have been used in all sorts of coffee drinks in recent years - some with greater success than others. Rumour has it that a shot of fine whiskey added to your favourite filter coffee or espresso is the perfect coffee enhancer, better than any amount of milk or sugar!

So go ahead - be adventurous with your coffee and don't be afraid to experiment with flavours. You might just make a great discovery and change the way you drink your daily brew forever!

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