Dalgona Coffee: Internet’s New Favourite Drink!

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If you are someone who is active on the net or love browsing all day along, then you must have already heard of the Dalgona Coffee. A coffee that is going viral all over the net, but what is Dalgona Coffee and what is the story behind it?

Dalgona Coffee has several other names including whipped coffee, frothy coffee, cloud coffee, magic coffee and the list simply does not end. But, no matter what you call it, this cup of cold coffee is simply delicious. This type of coffee takes it origin from South Korea, which got its fame during the quarantine period. It first got viral on Tiktok and is now trending everywhere, including our country, India.

1 Dalgona CoffeeDalgona Coffee is basically a cold coffee or cold latte drink which comes with velvety and creamy foam, which tastes sweet on the top of the coffee. The combination of cold milk and bittersweet coffee is what makes this Dalgona coffee delicious and special. It is also said to be inspired from a South Korean toffee/candy Dalgona, which apparently resembles the dollop of cream that tops the coffee.

Now, you know about the coffee and its origin. So, why not make it at home right away? Do not worry as making this type of coffee does not cost you much or you do not have to step out of your homes to purchase ingredients. All you need are four ingredients and we are sure you all are well-equipped with these.

2 Dalgona CoffeeHow to make Dalgona Coffee:

Ingredients:

  • Cold Milk
  • Coffee Powder
  • Sugar
  • Water

Procedure:

The process of making Dalgona Coffee is quite simple. Take coffee powder and mix it in hot water and add crushed sugar. Then, mix or beat the mixture with a fork or a spoon. You can also use a blender if available. Keep whisking it until your mixture forms a frothy or creamy texture. Once it does, add it your cold coffee. Your Dalgona Coffee is now ready. You see, it is that easy to make.
Soft, creamy and velvety in texture, this is a must-try. Tell us your experience with this type of coffee.

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