Irish or Salty? 8 Hilarious Tricks to Spice Up Your Coffee


Coffee is a life-saver for many of us. Coffee can invigorate your sleepy morning and add more energy to your active lunch. This energy-boosting drink isn’t considered boring but it never hurts to spice it up a little.

If you’re a huge coffee drinker and wish to update your daily cup, don’t look any further. I’ve got a few suggestions for you that you would probably like to try next morning. From Irish coffee to salty coffee, there’s something unusual for every coffee lover.

1. Irish coffee

There are a few varieties of Irish coffee, though the recipe seems to be the only one. My simple advice for busy mornings doesn’t require any effort.

Just add a little kick to your morning coffee by adding a tiny teaspoon of Baileys Irish Cream. You will have a cup of delicious Irish coffee that will definitely help you make it through your day.

2. Ice cream coffee

Want an absolutely new way to enjoy your coffee? Just add a scoop of your favorite ice cream. It will add in a new variety of flavors and cool your coffee as well.

Maybe this trick isn’t the best one for the fall and winter seasons, keep it in mind when the summer season arrives. You know there are lots of fabulous ice cream options out there, so you have many ways to update your cup of coffee every day.

3. Cinnamon coffee

One of the easiest ways to update your cup of morning coffee is to sprinkle a pinch of cinnamon in it. Cinnamon is a great addition for those who want to spice things up but are not ready for a big change. Cinnamon adds a sweet bitterness to coffee and it can be a subtle update, not to mention that cinnamon boasts a host of health benefits: it’s good for your heart, brain, gut, skin, and helps to reduce your cancer risk.

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4. Peppermint coffee

Peppermint flavored coffee is not only for cold winter days, this is a great treat all year round. Add a few drops of peppermint syrup to your coffee and you’ve got a healthy drink in a matter of seconds. If you don’t like peppermint syrup, mix your coffee with a peppermint stick for a more subtle taste.

5. Cheesecake coffee

Perhaps this sounds a little strange, but it’s an excellent way to try something new in the morning. Just take a piece of cheesecake, mash it up and add to your cup of freshly brewed coffee. Cheesecake will add a salty, sweet, and totally new flavor to your coffee, and that creaminess will tickle your taste buds to the fullest.

6. Salty coffee

If you don’t like the bitterness of coffee or you are brave enough to try a new type of coffee, opt for salt instead of coffee. If you’ve ever had Starbucks’ salted caramel mocha, you know what I’m talking about.

I often add a pinch of salt to my coffee, though I’m usually a black tea lover. Just stick to a moderation rule, too much salt isn’t good for your health.

7. Lemon coffee

Who said that only tea drinkers can use lemon? Coffee drinkers can boost their immunity too. Just add a little bit of fresh lemon or lime juice to your morning coffee.

Not only will you reduce your risk of getting cold and flu, but you will also improve your mood, boost your energy, and speed up your metabolism. Even though lemon water is the healthiest option, lemon coffee can be a good alternative.

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8. Try a new type of coffee

Coffee tastes different for plenty of reasons, ranging from the way it’s brewed to the location of the coffee beans. Coffee can be sweeter or bolder and everything in between. So if you don’t like the coffee you’re drinking now, just try a new type of coffee. Coffee shopping is a fun activity, by the way.

Coffee is a healthy and unhealthy drink at the same time. It has many wonderful health benefits, but can seriously affect the body. Black tea and coffee are two drinks that can lead to addiction, which is why it’s important to drink them in moderation and add some healthy ingredients to them like lemon or cinnamon.

What do you think of these ways to spice up coffee? Are you a coffee lover or is tea your dream drink?