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Date: 02 Feb 2007 23:06:49
From: FERRANTE
Subject: Sweet condensed milk + coffee-work?
A friend gave me a small can of sweet (not unsweetened) condensed
milk. I thought about trying it instead of creamer when drinking a cup
or two of drip coffee. Do you think it would be any good or not?

k




 
Date: 03 Feb 2007 00:30:09
From: bkkespresso
Subject: Re: Sweet condensed milk + coffee-work?
On Feb 3, 11:17 am, "Jack Denver" <nunuv...@netscape.net > wrote:
> This is not a big life decision. Be bold, go for it !
>
> The Vietnamese use sweetened condensed milk for their coffee - the French
> colonials taught them this. Before refrigeration became common, fresh milk
> was not always easy to get, and it was common to used condensed milk for
> coffee. It's very tasty if you like sugar in your coffee anyway.
>
> "FERRANTE" <ferrante276...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>
> news:te28s2d4hojub7fvj027gajbe9bmtcidgs@4ax.com...
>
> >A friend gave me a small can of sweet (not unsweetened) condensed
> > milk. I thought about trying it instead of creamer when drinking a cup
> > or two of drip coffee. Do you think it would be any good or not?
>
> > k

please use a lot of robusta in the blend, brew it tight, and add ice.



  
Date: 03 Feb 2007 09:07:44
From: Tom Williams
Subject: Re: Sweet condensed milk + coffee-work?
On 3 Feb 2007 00:30:09 -0800, "bkkespresso" <theparee@gmail.com >
wrote:

>On Feb 3, 11:17 am, "Jack Denver" <nunuv...@netscape.net> wrote:
>> This is not a big life decision. Be bold, go for it !
>>
>> The Vietnamese use sweetened condensed milk for their coffee - the French
>> colonials taught them this. Before refrigeration became common, fresh milk
>> was not always easy to get, and it was common to used condensed milk for
>> coffee. It's very tasty if you like sugar in your coffee anyway.
>>
>> "FERRANTE" <ferrante276...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>
>> news:te28s2d4hojub7fvj027gajbe9bmtcidgs@4ax.com...
>>
>> >A friend gave me a small can of sweet (not unsweetened) condensed
>> > milk. I thought about trying it instead of creamer when drinking a cup
>> > or two of drip coffee. Do you think it would be any good or not?
>>
>> > k
>
>please use a lot of robusta in the blend, brew it tight, and add ice.

The Spanish - especialy in the Canary Islands - Have a delightful mix
(If you have a sweet tooth)

Into a small glass put equal quantities of Sweetend condensed milk and
strong Expresso. Then top off with 'Frothy' Milk and a touch of
cinamon.

Happy Dayzzz...


   
Date: 03 Feb 2007 15:42:12
From: Jim
Subject: Re: Sweet condensed milk + coffee-work?
Tom Williams wrote:

> On 3 Feb 2007 00:30:09 -0800, "bkkespresso" <theparee@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>
>>On Feb 3, 11:17 am, "Jack Denver" <nunuv...@netscape.net> wrote:
>>
>>>This is not a big life decision. Be bold, go for it !
>>>
>>>The Vietnamese use sweetened condensed milk for their coffee - the French
>>>colonials taught them this. Before refrigeration became common, fresh milk
>>>was not always easy to get, and it was common to used condensed milk for
>>>coffee. It's very tasty if you like sugar in your coffee anyway.
>>>
>>>"FERRANTE" <ferrante276...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>>
>>>news:te28s2d4hojub7fvj027gajbe9bmtcidgs@4ax.com...
>>>
>>>
>>>>A friend gave me a small can of sweet (not unsweetened) condensed
>>>>milk. I thought about trying it instead of creamer when drinking a cup
>>>>or two of drip coffee. Do you think it would be any good or not?
>>>
>>>>k
>>
>>please use a lot of robusta in the blend, brew it tight, and add ice.
>
>
> The Spanish - especialy in the Canary Islands - Have a delightful mix
> (If you have a sweet tooth)
>
> Into a small glass put equal quantities of Sweetend condensed milk and
> strong Expresso. Then top off with 'Frothy' Milk and a touch of
> cinamon.
>
> Happy Dayzzz...

I like one part espresso, one part sweetened condensed milk, and about
1/2 part Disaronno (the REAL aetto). Or brandy, rum... ...as a desert.


 
Date: 02 Feb 2007 23:17:23
From: Jack Denver
Subject: Re: Sweet condensed milk + coffee-work?
This is not a big life decision. Be bold, go for it !

The Vietnamese use sweetened condensed milk for their coffee - the French
colonials taught them this. Before refrigeration became common, fresh milk
was not always easy to get, and it was common to used condensed milk for
coffee. It's very tasty if you like sugar in your coffee anyway.

"FERRANTE" <ferrante276-ng@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:te28s2d4hojub7fvj027gajbe9bmtcidgs@4ax.com...
>A friend gave me a small can of sweet (not unsweetened) condensed
> milk. I thought about trying it instead of creamer when drinking a cup
> or two of drip coffee. Do you think it would be any good or not?
>
> k
>