Best Free Cup of Coffee Ever

Best Free Cup of Coffee Ever

I bought a load of old coffee sacks the other day (craft projects ahoy! Look out for future posts for what happens to them…) and there were a few green coffee beans remaining in some of the sacks. So I gathered them up – there was maybe half a cup full – and I

  • Washed the beans
  • Roasted the beans in a dry pan on the hob
  • Ground the beans
  • Frothed some soya milk
  • Made an espresso
  • Put it all together and
  • Ta da! Soya latte!

From green beans to soya latte took ages – about 40 minutes from start to finish and most of that was roasting the beans – but it was worth it. The coffee was smooth, strong and delicious. I only have one cup of coffee a day, it was free, it was delicious and it was worth the effort. Happy!


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