Ordering the best masala coffee powder online
You may be familiar with masala tea, but how about masala coffee? Kerala being the home to spices is also the place where the best in coffee gets grown, it didn’t take long for the two to mix and become something special. The drinking of coffee infused with various spices is a long tradition in this land, especially in the high ranges where it is cool and wet throughout the year. Spice-infused coffee was one way to keep free of colds and coughs and be invigorated at the same time.
It is believed that the creation of the first masala coffee – the blending of coffee with a selection of spices – happened a thousand years ago in the royal courts of one of the Southern regents. Ayurveda recommends a drink with a blend of turmeric and cumin for health reasons. Adding coffee to this might have happened as an experiment or accident in one of the huge kitchens in the palaces.
Today it is accepted that masala coffee, blending select spices with the choicest coffee, packs wonderful health benefits apart from being a tasty and perky brew. The ingredients in masala coffee include Arabica medium roast coffee, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, and cloves. You can easily order the best masala coffee powder fresh from the high ranges of Kerala, through keralaspicesonline.
The making of masala coffee involves bringing a medium-size pot to boil with water. A couple of teaspoons of masala coffee powder is added to this. It would be good to experiment with the amount of masala coffee you put into a fixed quantity of water over a few days to find out the right strength of brew that suits your taste. With all the spices in it, a smaller quantity itself can lead to a ‘strong’ brew.
The pot must be covered and heated over low heat to simmer for five minutes so that all the taste and flavors of spices are infused in the water. Stir the concoction in a circular motion so that the sediments settle at the bottom. It can be sieved and served. Most people would love to drink masala coffee straight without milk or sugar. The tastes and flavors will be sharper, so it will take a little bit of getting used to. Or else you can add milk and add sugar to the masala coffee concoction and serve in cups.