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5 Coffee Trends to Try

Nov/14/2022 / by Preetam Kaushik

There are more things in a morning joe than are dreamt of in standard coffee-making philosophy.


Sometimes a cup of joe is all you need to reinvigorate yourself. In addition to boosting your energy levels, coffee also benefits your health. It is no wonder that it is a favorite drink of about 64 percent of Americans.

Coffee-drinking habits have evolved over the years. Many now expect it to deliver a wide range of health benefits. Inventive coffee lovers continue to come up with new ways to drink it, some becoming a trend for a while. For example, in 2020, when the pandemic hit, Dalgona coffee, or whipped coffee, broke the internet. It is a glass of milk topped with a creamy blend of instant coffee, sugar, and hot water, according to Forbes.

You may like to try these five coffee trends.

Coffee Subscription

If you are an enthusiast who wants to test products from around the world, a coffee subscription is a trend to follow. It allows you to taste coffee sourced from different countries, such as Colombia, Ethiopia, India, Nicaragua, and Sumatra.

When you sign up for a coffee subscription, you will receive the beans at your door. You can also select a delivery schedule in sync with your consumption habits.

Some of the best coffee subscriptions, according to the New York Times’s Wirecutter staff, are Atlas Coffee Club, Trade Coffee, MistoBox, Craft Coffee, and Intelligentsia. When you opt for a subscription, you rarely run out of coffee.

Nitro Cold Brew Coffee

Starbucks first launched Nitro Cold Brew in 2016. According to Thrillist, it gained popularity in the third-wave coffee shops across the U.S., and eventually became a favorite of serious coffee enthusiasts as well. Seeing its popularity, Starbucks introduced Nitro Cold Brew in select locations. In 2019, it became a staple of the Starbucks menu.

Nitro Cold Brew Coffee is infused with nitrogen gas through a pressurized valve. Microbubbles are created because of this infusion, which gives the coffee a frothy structure. A less bitter flavor, smooth texture, and creamier flavor make Nitro Cold Brew a favorite of all age groups.

Brewing Coffee at Home

There are several methods for brewing coffee at your home. “Good Housekeeping” says that you can choose any method, but make sure to use high-quality ingredients. Your coffee will taste much better if you use fresh, whole coffee beans.

French Press, pour over, Aeropress, cold brew, and Moka pot are some brewing methods to make coffee and satisfy your cravings at home.

Coffee Tourism

If a coffee subscription allows you to taste the best coffee of the world by sitting at home, coffee tourism takes you to the location. While enjoying the stunning surroundings, sip your special coffee made from the finest coffee beans.

Coffee tourism also lets you understand the process of coffee production, from seed to cup. Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, and Cuba are the countries you can visit to quench your thirst for high-quality coffee. In the U.S., you can head to Seattle, the birthplace of Starbucks. It is one of the world’s coffee-roasting centers. The roasting points are in the University District and on Capitol Hill.

Snapchilled Coffee

If you love cold coffee, try snapchilled coffee. Developed by MIT alumnus David Dussault, snapchilling turns your very hot coffee into very cold within a minute, preserving flavor and preventing oxidation. According to Snapchill, the instant chilling seals in even the most intricate coffee flavors.

Several new trends have emerged over the years. And as the younger generation is more open to trying out new ways, we will see more innovative trends in the coming years. But, one thing that is unlikely to change is that a cup of coffee making you feel refreshed and focused.

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