Coffee shops seem to bless every corner of the highstreet these days, and the likes of Cappuccinos and Lattes remain ever-popular. However, people are now starting to get more inventive when they think of types of Coffee drinks, which we’re all for. The following article will keep the trend going, showing you how to make Whipped Coffee at home.

We will first explain, “What is Whipped Coffee?” before talking you through the ingredients needed. We will then provide you with a step-by-step guide for making this delicious infusion.

The beans themselves you can buy from The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company. Our family-run establishment packs them fresh to order, thereby ensuring quality and consistency.

What is Whipped Coffee?

What is Whipped Coffee? 

Whipped Coffee is a blend of Coffee, milk, sugar and hot water. What makes it special is the fact that it has been whipped into a froth. The idea became popular following the Covid-19 Outbreak in South Korea in 2020.

It has since spread throughout the world as a great alternative to Cafe-bought Coffee. Indeed, while these much-loved locations are currently unavailable to us, Whipped Coffee is the next best thing.

You probably want to know, “What does Whipped Coffee taste like?” When done right, it should have a slight bitter note followed by a sweet aftertaste. It is velvety and soft in texture. The foam itself, meanwhile, boasts butterscotch hue that entices casual drinkers and connoisseurs alike.

Should it sound appealing, you’ll likely want to know how to make Whipped Coffee at home.

How to Make Whipped Coffee

How to Make Whipped Coffee

It might sound challenging - but, really, it isn’t. This creation is, after all, little more than a cappuccino turned on its head, without the fancy machinery.

You’ve already decided that you’re keen to know how to make good Whipped Coffee, which is the first step. Next comes the Whipped Coffee ingredients. Once you have Coffee (of course), sugar and milk, as well as hot water and ice, you’re good to get brewing.

1, Mix Coffee, Water and Sugar.

Get a medium-sized bowl and combine two tablespoons of granulated Coffee with ½ tablespoon of sugar and two tablespoons of hot water.

2, Whisk the Mixture Until Smooth.

Take a hand-held electric mixer and whisk the ingredients until they become silky-smooth and shiny, then continue until it thickens and holds as a foam. This might take a few minutes.

3, Time for the Milk and Ice.

Fill a glass most of the way with dairy milk or non dairy milk for coffee along with ice.

4, Blend Ingredients to Finish Whipped Coffee Recipe.

Dollop and swirl the Coffee mixture on top of the milk and perhaps mix it in. You might want to consider additions such as Coffee powder, cocoa, crumbled biscuits or honey.

All that’s left, then, is to sit back, relax and enjoy your delicious and invigorating Whipped Coffee. Impress your friends next time they can visit (hopefully soon!).

An Alternative is Fresh Coffee

An Alternative to a Whipped Coffee Recipe is Fresh Coffee

The trouble with a Whipped Coffee recipe is that it works best with Instant Coffee. We don’t want to sound like snobs here but, in our opinion, as biased as it might seem, Freshly Ground Coffee is much better.

This you can buy and try here at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company. Why not treat yourself and indulge today? You won’t be disappointed!

Author: Richard Smith

Partner at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company

Richard Smith is a Tea expert, entrepreneur, and owner of The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company. Part of a family of renowned Tea planters dating back four generations, he was born in Calcutta (Kolkata), India, where he spent his childhood between Tea Estates in Assam and Darjeeling.

In the late 1970s, having accumulated years of knowledge in the industry, Mr Smith and his mother, Janet Smith, moved to Kent, South East England, to establish a Tea business in the village of Pluckley. Their early days of packing Tea Bags by hand from chests of 10,000 prompted the creation of the company’s flagship infusion known as Pluckley Tea. It remains our most popular product today.

Mr Smith, who studied economics at London Polytechnic, has since specialised in over 1,000 types of Loose Leaf Tea - in addition to around 70 varieties of Roast Coffee - from around the world. These are now available at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company, where everything is still packed by hand and fresh to order, not only to honour tradition but to ensure the utmost quality and consistency.