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Delicious Coffee With Coconut Milk

The weather outside is frightful, but the hot coffee is delightful since we've no place to go; let us drink, drink, and drink. - Copy from Frank Sinatra's song, and I hope Sinatra won't mind changing his tune a bit.

OK, who does not like to sip a hot coffee in this rainy and gloomy weather outside?

When the temperature drops, cold winds start to blow, and winter creeps in, it desperately calls for hot beverages, and warm coffee sounds essential to have and brings a little joy and happiness in this cold season.

This little treat called for an excellent time to indulge in every sip of rich coffee floating with delicious sweet coconut flakes, a small cup of heaven. It gives a pleasant experience with brown sugar and coconut flavors to enjoy coffee that will warm you.

Be warned, this is not your regular coffee; it is an unforgettable special occasion drink. I got the idea from a famous instant Java coffee brand, Kopiko. But unfortunately, this brand is only famous in Indonesia.

Oh, by the way, did you know that Java coffee is from Indonesia? Java is an island where the famous Java coffee originates ( Jawa for the Indonesian dialect). Java lies between the Island of Sumatra and Bali (yes, the popular tourist destination), the geographic and economic center of Indonesia. And the Island of Sumatra is where the famous Sumatra coffee comes from, so Indonesia is home to many kinds of high-end coffee.

Since Kopiko is an expensive coffee, I tried to make my own and finally got it! So this is my version of delicious homemade Kopiko Coffee; the coconut milk will add a unique richness, dismissing the coffee's bitterness.

So without further ado, I give you THE richest and most velvety, smooth, delicious taste, homemade Kopiko coffee!


  • ¼ cup of coconut milk ¾ cup of water 1 teaspoon chocolate powder or Chocolate Chips 1-2 tablespoon palm sugar or brown sugar 8 oz of coffee, dark Java coffee is the best. A sprinkle of Coconut flakes (Optional) A sprinkle of cinnamon, ground ⅛ tsp vanilla extract Whipped Cream


Warm the water in the saucepan, then whisk in the coffee, cocoa powder, or cocoa chips, sugar, and vanilla until thoroughly combined; add coconut milk, continue to cook, and keep steer until warm throughout. Top with fresh whipped cream, sprinkle the coconut flakes, and dust cinnamon. Grab a mug and enjoy!

Noted: If you are not a coffee drinker, you can dismiss the coffee and go with cocoa, and there you go, hot cocoa!

OK, lovelies, thank cocoa reading, and Merry Christmas!

Much Love,


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