Sunday, May 18, 2014

Weekend Treat: Hazelrock Coffee ♥

Hello loves!

How are you? ♥

Today has been a fantastic day despite yesterday's devastating news, we got lots of things done and I'm getting my drive finally back. I planned how I'm going to do our balcony for the summer the coming week, figured out some ways to make our place more neat, and also wrote down many outfit ideas. And as the weather is being amazing, tomorrow will definitely include running in the morning and some sunbathing in the afternoon before work.

And I will probably use a little bit of caffeine to help me out there. I don't drink my coffee black as I don't like it like that, so I usually drink tea, but lately I've been so excited with all these flavoured coffee drinks, which I create with this set:

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Monin Flavoured Coffee Set. My mom bought me this about two months ago and I've been obsessed with it ever since. It includes five different flavours of syrups, and they can be used for like infinite number of drinks, I suppose.

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The package itself comes with few instructions, so if you don't know how to start, you can seek help from there. Don't think you can make that pretty drinks at home? Well see my creation and think again. ;)

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Hazelrock

30 ml Monin Hazelnut syrup
120 ml milk
1 coffee (50 ml), cold!

Fill a tall glass with ice cubes (I used wine glass, as it's the best I have).
Add Monin syrup and milk.
Gently pour cold coffee over mix until it forms layers.
Serve.

Sounds easy, right? Also, you can use any syrup here, depending what flavors you prefer.

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And in the end, you should have something like this in hand. I usually mix it all up before drinking, as the syrup is in the bottom and all the coffee on the top. But before mixing, it has these beautiful layers. I totally love how this tastes, and could drink this so, so often. I also don't use as much syrup as the recipe, but rather like half of it or little less. It's a bit more healthier and not overly sweet.

If you'd like more recipe posts, let me know so in the comments! Also, if you have nice coffee recipes, hint them to me so I can try them out ♥

Now, time for some TV and videogames before sleep, and tomorrow I need to start the day early with a workout and all. Hopefully I have time to post for you tomorrow, but if I don't, it's because I'm spending time outside in the sun.

Have a lovely day!

9 comments:

  1. I am drooling on my keyboard, this recipe is great!

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    1. You should, it's amazing! Perfect for summer!! :) ♥

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  2. Mmmm <3 Näyttää ihanalta! Töissä tulee tilattua naapuri-Spice Icesta latte melkein harva se päivä, ajatella miten säästäisin jos hommaisin näitä kotiin ja sinne + kahvinkeitin laulamaan :D

    (nyt alkoi ukostaa heihei ensi kertaan!^^)

    xx Satu
    Indie by heart

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    1. Hihi, luulisin että näillä säästäisi, varmaan noita saisi isompinakin pulloina jostain jos joku tietty maku miellyttää enemmän kuin muut. :) ♥

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  3. Looks yummy! Kuulostaa ja näyttää niin herkulliselta, että tälläistä on kyllä testattava mahdollisimman pian! :)<3

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    1. Suosittelen lämmöllä, ainakin Verkkokauppa.com Pirkkalassa myy näitä jos siellä päin satut piipahtamaan ;) ♥

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  4. Oh wow! would love to have that, can do a lot with it.. Nice, thanks for sharing the Hazelrock recipe.

    xx
    5th&6th

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    1. No problem, it was a great recipe I found from that package, but I do try to come up with something original later on! ;) ♥

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  5. Loving the Monin set, are you able to customise the set and add your own choice of flavours or does it come pre-arranged?

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