Buying coffee out is a joy for many of us, and it's difficult to duplicate at home, even with the best coffee maker, espresso maker, or coffee accessory. We've included the greatest specialty coffee recipes, from the perfect cup to iced coffee, cold brew, and lattes, as well as the tools you'll need to make them.

/ 21 March 2022

Hebbar’s Kitchen is a YouTube channel known for cooking recipes and good news for the coffe lovers out there. These Hebbar’’s recipes will lead you to coffee excellence once you’ve mastered your ingredients and favorite brew method:

The Ideal Cup


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How to Make:

  • Turn on the filter.
    Place the filter in the cone on top of the coffee mug.
  • Coffee should be measured out.
    2 TBSP coffee, medium finely ground, per 8 oz water, dispersed in the cone
  • Bring water to a boil.
    After heating the water, let it sit for 2-3 minutes. The ideal temperature ranges between 195 and 205 degrees Fahrenheit. If the water is excessively hot, the coffee will be harsh.
  • Fill the container with hot water.
    Fill the cone with boiling water until the coffee is completely wet. Allow 30 seconds for blooming. Pour water in a circular motion until the cone is completely filled. The bolder and more developed your cup of joe is, the slower you pour the hot water. For precise pouring, a gooseneck kettle can be used.
  • Cone should be removed.
    Take the cone out of the mug and enjoy it!

Iced Coffee

Iced coffee is a summertime favorite for many people because it is versatile and adaptable. It’s drip coffee that can be served over ice or straight up, and it may be customized with various milks and sugars.

Simply defined, iced coffee refers to any non-espresso method of brewing cold coffee. As a result, preparing cold brew is the same as making iced coffee. Iced coffee is made by brewing hot coffee and then chilling it. Flash brewing, on the other hand, is our preferred method for preparing iced coffee.

The process of brewing coffee straight onto ice is known as flash brewing or flash-chilled coffee. This easy brewing method cools the coffee, making it more practical and preventing the coffee from becoming stale as it cools to room temperature. Because ice dilutes coffee, we use less brewing water in our recipe to keep the flavor, taste, and caffeine level of the coffee while the ice melts. Flash brewing tastes brighter than cold brewing because you’re not using cold water which has problems breaking down some of the roast’s flavor components.



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The cappuccino is a typical Italian hot coffee drink consisting of equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and milk foam that is usually 6 ounces in volume. It’s great with a flaky pastry or on its own for a traditional breakfast.

Steam the milk first. In a 2-quart saucepan, heat 1 cup milk over medium heat. Allow the milk to simmer until bubbles appear around the edges, but do not allow the milk to boil. Turn off the heat and place the pan on a flat surface.

Then, using an electric mixer, beat the milk until it thickens, increasing the speed as the milk thickens. Continue mixing until you get the desired froth volume.

Make the coffee now. For 5 to 6 ounces of water, use 2 tablespoons of grounds. You can use a French press or an automatic drip coffeemaker to prepare the coffee.

Make the cappuccino now! 1/3 espresso, 1/3 heated milk, and 1/3 foam make up a basic cappuccino. Use 2 or 3 teaspoons of flavored syrups or even various types of milk, such as chocolate or vanilla, to spice it up.