How to Make Cinnamon Cappuccino Coffee
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Cinnamon Cappuccino Coffee
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Cinnamon-flavored simple syrup (recipe below)
2 ounces of double-strength brewed coffee
12 ounces milk
24-ounce glass jar with a screw-on lid.
Make coffee the way you like it. Fill the glass jar with 12 ounces of milk while the coffee is brewing. Screw the lid on.
Shake the bottle as vigorously as possible for 30 to 60 seconds or until the milk is frothy and has doubled in volume. It is recommended to remove the lid of the jar and put it in the microwave on high power for 30 seconds without covering it. The heat from the microwave will help stabilize the foam as it rises to the surface of the milk and nearly doubles in volume.
Divide hot coffee between two cups and add a little cinnamon syrup to each cup for sweetness. Then, pour the milk foam over the hot milk in the cup. Sprinkle cinnamon powder over the mousse.
produces two 8-ounce beverages
Cinnamon-Flavored Simple Syrup
In a saucepan, heat the mixture until the sugar and water are completely dissolved. Place the cinnamon stick in the syrup after turning off the heat in the pan. While the syrup cools, let the cinnamon infuse. When the cinnamon flavor is to your liking, remove the stick. For 1 to 2 weeks, simple syrup will keep in the refrigerator in an airtight container.
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