Mint is India’s summer staple herb and a super versatile one at that.

As soon as the Korean trend of Dalgona coffee went viral, soon our feeds were raided by people’s attempts at that frothy treat made with whipped coffee and chilled milk. However, some argued that this is how a lot of Indians have consumed coffee since time immemorial, and that ‘Dalgona’ was only a fresh new take on the age-old ‘whisked coffee’ and not a novel trend; some were just too happy to bask in the new trend, without getting in the whole discussion of ‘who-did-it-first’. Either way we were reminded of how much we loved our dear coffee and how prompt are we to experiment with our cup of Joe.

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If you also identify as a true coffee lover, you are most likely to enjoy this refreshing take on your regular coffee too. This mint coffee is a delish beverage you can have today in the comfort of your house. It does not take much time to prepare and just ideal for any occasion.

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If you also identify as a true coffee lover, you are most likely to enjoy this refreshing take

Mint is India’s summer staple herb and a super versatile one at that. It tastes incredible in chutneys, raita and ice-cream. Now, that we are in a nationwide lockdown, and a lot of us are spending most of our time at home, we tend to need a good amount of coffee to keep us awake and energised. If the plain taste of coffee has started to bore you a bit, this summery spin is sure to delight you. You would be surprised to know how a simple hint of mint could rev up your coffee in such a unique way.

Coming to the ingredients you would need to make this mint coffee. As you would have guess it, you would need coffee and fresh sprigs of mint leaves, other than that you would be needing some sugar, milk and ice. Give everything a good mix, and you are good to go.

Here is the step-by-step recipe of mint coffee.

So what are you waiting for? Try this simple recipe at home and let us know how you liked it in the comments below.  Do write to us if you have any interesting recipe or cooking technique to share with us. We would love to know how you are spending your days in lockdown, and all the lovely recipes you are cooking.

About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.

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