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11 Weirdest Coffees & Coffee Shops Around the World [Copy link] 中文

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8. Meringue Coffee (Image Source: Munchies.vice)

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Take Out Drawing Cafe in Seoul has begun serving its espressos topped with huge mountains of meringue. Meringue doesn't melt, so customers can break off pieces and dip them into the coffee for a delicious egg white and sugar-infused cup o' joe. Unsurprisingly, the coffees have been a hit on Instagram.
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9. Deconstructed Coffee (Image Source: Munchies.vice)

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In a world where vomiting the colors of the rainbow onto each and every food item is met with mass approval, how can one tell when a food trend goes too far? That's a question we're asking ourselves after hearing of a coffee styling from Australia that spectacularly went up in flames before it ever had the chance to take off.

The current debacle surrounds an unnamed Melbourne cafe's so-called coffee. Their "deconstructed flat white"—three separate beakers of hot water, milk, and espresso served on a wooden board—has been widely met with ridicule.

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10. Espresso Tonics (Image Source: Metro)

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Tonic has a new best friend (sorry gin). In fact, the bubbly quinine-laced beverage has been hanging out with coffee a bunch lately and together, they yield a cold, caffeinated and carbonated drink that's growing in popularity.
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11. Wine Infused Coffee(Image Source: Metro)

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Wine? Good. Coffee? Also good. So why has it taken so long for people to put the two together?

One cafe has finally given us the beverage we've been waiting for: red wine infused coffee. Molinari Private Reserve, a café in the Napa Valley, takes red wine and roasts it with coffee beans, creating a coffee blend that smells like wine, tastes like wine (especially as you add more milk, apparently), and has a hint of blueberry.

It also tastes like a rich, full-bodied coffee, mind you, so it's not like you're drinking a microwaved Merlot. To be clear, this coffee won't get you drunk—the wine's just in there for flavor, not booziness.

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I never know there have so many kinds of coffees in the world.Thank u

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