I love to find and collect samples of coffee and tea from different regions of Indonesia. Specially the one made by home industry or small scale factory. Not the mass produced ones. Or just unique products that intrigued me.
That makes me a new kind of hoarder. I got multi jars containing coffees and teas. I don’t want to waste them, and my rate of consumption still can’t keep up with the expiration date. So, I’m thinking to use them into some other food.
One thing I’m known for is my habit for snacking. I love cookies. So, I’m thinking making my stock into cookies.
I tried to find indonesian traditional cookie recipe using coffee or tea and I can’t find them. Maybe I just didn’t search well enough or because our basic culture not very familiar with cookies type.
I looked for several coffee and tea cookies recipe, combine and modify them with my usual winged ability. And I came up with coffee cookie with espresso glaze, mocha cookies with dark chocolate, jasmine tea scented cookies with ground tea leaf glaze.
- Coffee Giant Starbucks Taps into Tea-Loving India (themoderatevoice.com)
- Differences Between Arabica and Colombian Coffee (differencebetween.net)
- Flavor of the Month: Coffee (adashofcinema.com)