The Swedish Egg Coffee

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Talk of those crazy combinations by Mr Coffee Café Barista that many people won’t think of sipping until they get the real taste. The Swedish egg coffee is a familiar menu in the Nordic part of Europe.

I know it’s crazy how you would think of introducing an egg in coffee, but don’t worry, it’s a real zing. If you visit Swedish harmonic fjords to see the greatest and wild saunas in the world, don’t hesitate to try this locally made coffee taste. But if you can’t make it to the place, don’t fuss; you can get an original taste of this crazy drink by preparing the nutritious Swedish exceptional egg coffee right within your kitchen.

Well, this menu isn’t so prevalent; you may not find it in local coffee houses. That’s why it was listed as one of the crazy coffee drinks that you won’t quickly get on the Starbucks menu. However, the egg coffee from Sweden is easy to prepare, and the end results can be excellent. It has a smooth taste with little or no bitterness. It has an incredible flavor that goes well with any chosen roast with a fantastic but unique aftertaste like that of toasted cheese. Don’t get it twisted, and I know this sounds very strange, but you’ve got to try it because it serves so well.

How to Prepare Swedish Egg Coffee

To prepare this crazy and fascinating coffee drink from Sweden, you’ll require the following stuff:

  • A bowl of water
  • One raw egg
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons of a preferred coffee flavor. Just like the one used in making an original coffee press.
  • Milk and little sugar to taste
  • A bowl of ice-cold water (it means you’ve got to have two cups of water)
  • Normal source pan
  • All these ingredients are enough to prepare good coffee for one person. If you need to serve several people, then you have to multiply it accordingly.

 

The Process

  1. Boil the first cup of water in a small port to the highest boiling point.
  2. Without removing the shells, crack the eggs into a separate cup and stir.
  3. Take the ground coffee and add it to the egg and ensure it is mixed well by further stirring.
  4. Once you’ve noticed that the coffee and the egg combination are well mixed, add this mixture to the already boiling water.
  5. Allow the whole mixture to bill for approximately five minutes. In the process, watch it closely not to overflow.
  6. Subsequently, remove the mix from the heat source and add the second cup of water, ice-cold. You’ll realize that the coffee and egg chunks will sink down to the bottom of the port. This enables you to effortlessly pour your cup of coffee while leaving behind much of needless bits.
  7. You can now pour your coffee through a mesh strainer. Alternatively, you can use the popular French press to create the classic goodness of Swedish egg coffee.

 

Well, there you go. If you can’t take a trip to the beautiful land of Sweden to enjoy a cup of this fantastic and smooth coffee concoction, you are free to make your very own at home. Or better still, consider visiting a coffee house for a special menu. You may be lucky that Mr coffee barista at a local join may have the skills of the culinary arts for making this unique drink.

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