Iced coffee has been around for centuries, and the West is only just catching up. Here are five of the best recipes from around the world.
The basic mocha of sweet chocolate and bitter coffee is a thing of beauty in itself, but this one, with its hit of salty intensity, is on another level.
Garnished with a few coffee beans, the espresso martini is a sophisticated little devil – it’s dressed to kill, and this recipe is the best out there.
The coffee flavour in these pumpkin tarts is subtle, but present enough to give a punch that the traditional pumpkin pie spices alone don’t quite deliver.
There’s nothing like pumpkin to add some colour to a grey autumn, and this spiced pumpkin latte is perfect as a reward for a hard day’s work in winter.
For most of my life I’ve sought a cake that reflects the reasons many love coffee – the bitterness, the intensity, the aroma – and finally, it’s here.
Cold, iced coffee is often associated with whipped cream and artificial syrups, but try this cold brew coffee recipe and they’ll fall into distant memory.
No trip to New York is complete without eating a Reuben sandwich at Katz’s Deli. We deconstruct what might just be the greatest sandwich in the world.
Coffee can be complicated, so forget Columbian single-origin micro-lot arabica coffee for now – I’m going to strip the whole thing down to its bare bones.
Great coffee is an art but, for many, art is neither appropriate nor desirable as part of a daily routine. Here’s a look at two cheats for espresso at home.