Wine-infused coffee is now a thing
You know that feeling when you really need a coffee? And then when you really want a glass of wine? Well it looks like you might be able to get a hit of both in one handy beverage soon.
Yes wine-coffee has been created by Napa Valley’s Molinari Private Reserve.
The dreamy concoction is the result of two and a half years work (time well spent) made with selected coffee beans that are rehydrated to a specific liquid percentage using a red wine created especially.
The result is an “alcohol free rich, full bodid coffee with a blueburry note”, the MPR webiste explains. Yeah, shame about the alcohol part.
Just like a wine, the cooler the coffee gets, the more it breaths and opens. Adding a bit of milk will apparently help to bring out the wine taste further.
You can prepare the beans in any way you would usually have a coffee – latte, espresso, black, even chilled.
It’s available to buy from online from Molinari Reserve for $19.95 (£16.20).