Why do you want to go out and buy yourself some coffee? A large cuppa coffee at the breakfast table made at home on a wintery morning. Bliss.
This recipe hails from South India. A very famous coffee which is filtered through a perforated container, mixed with some milk and served foamy.
A layer of flavours with rum/liqueur, nutmeg, coffee and ice cream, topped off with coffee ice cubes!
A delightful moist cake with an intense coffee flavor. Iced with a creamy coffee mocha frosting.
A decadent coffee cake made with the goodness of ragi flour, and topped with rich chocolate ganache that is spiked with Kahlua for that extra coffee kick.
Irish coffee is a bewitching combination of sweet, whisky-laced coffee through softly-whipped cream. Very simple, very indulgent, very delicious.
Coffee, nutty cake is a good tea time option.
Sponge cake slices soaked in sweetened coffee. Topped with a thick layer of coffee custard with whipped cream.
This black coffee granita is sure to give you a kick. It is usually topped with whipped cream but in this variation it is served with a french toast.
A classic cold coffee is chilled, refreshing and has that perfect kick of coffee. All you need is a few ingredients, a blender to whip up this gorgeous drink.
India is certainly one of the world's greatest tea cultures, but it is no stranger to the coffee bean. Kaapi is the bedrock of a South Indian breakfast...
Most coffee lovers, who are always in search of the perfect cup even at home, unknowingly make mistakes with their brew setups. Here are 7 common coffee brewing mistakes.
Coffee cake is a wonderful, old-fashioned treat. It calls for a pot of coffee or tea and a pretty plate, and it suggests a break in the day. Here's a delicious coffee cake recipe.
India is apparently the fifth largest exporter of coffee in the world and 70 percent of our coffee is exported worldwide. Clearly, we are more than equipped to grow great coffee.
For the fourth time in a row, the "World Tea & Coffee Expo" will be held in Mumbai between October 20-22.
Coffee lovers, we've got good news for you! A new study claims that drinking a cup of coffee everyday may help you live longer than those who don't drink coffee.
Coffee is a beverage loved by all. Originating in 10th century AD, coffee has taken a significant spot among the canals of food history.
Those who metabolize caffeine faster are more likely to drink more of it and the ones with only a couple of the gene variations are less likely to be heavy coffee drinkers than others.
Crowds are jamming the aisles of a Riyadh coffee and chocolate exhibition this week, as Saudis indulge the country's sweet tooth and craze for caffeine.
Drinking three to five cups of coffee a day may provide protection against age-related cognitive decline and other neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, a new report claims.