Dutch coffee, or cold drip coffee, is made by slowly dripping ice cold water over freshly ground coffee. Today I review products by Batavia Dutch Coffee.
Lucky me: I was allowed to test the products from Batavia Dutch Coffee. I received a package with three single origin cold dripped coffee variates: Ethiopian Limu, Yirgacheffe and Columbian Santuario. Good news! This post includes a discount code, so you can try it for yourself.
Matcha powder and vanilla extract give the perfect flavour to these bite sized swirl cookies. And they’re so much fun! | Stay Alive and Cooking
I received a package from Mr & Mrs Tea, which contained one of the best tea products there is: matcha powder. This bright green powder can be used to make tea and matcha latte, but can also be used in various baked goods and desserts. I wanted to bring out that beautiful green, which is how I came up with the idea for these swirl cookies!
Heeello! Today I thought I’d try something different: Unboxing a Food We Love box. The reason why I do this is because I’d like to see if I can write posts in different styles.
I will be showing you the content of the box I received for my birthday (thanks boyfriend!) and even better: I’ll add recipes I found online that I would like to try and cook with these ingredients. It’ll be a challenge as there is absolutely nothing in this box that I’ve cooked with before… But I like learning new things, so bring on the challenge!
For those of you who are not Dutch: Food We Love is a company that sells boxes filled with special food items in a certain theme. For example, I once ordered a box for my boyfriend that was filled with Mediterranean foods such as snacks, drinks, pasta made with red wine etc. It’s food with a story, sometimes from smaller companies and selected with care. I’m mostly a fan because you can order a box every month and it’s like unwrapping presents: you don’t know what you get until it’s there!