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Today, more than 100 different and delicious flavorings lace coffees, espressos, cappuccinos, and frappes. To say least, flavored coffee has become an interesting and fast growing area of coffee market. Blends such as Irish Creme, French Vanilla, Hazelnut and even Macadamia Nut grace shelves of both coffee specialty shops and home kitchens alike.
The concept of adding flavors to enhance taste of coffee is, by no means, a new craze. Arabs began flavoring their coffee with cardamom hundreds of years ago, Africans experimented with citrus flavors, and South Americans enjoyed a hint of cinnamon in their cups.
Flavored coffee syrups are highly concentrated, so a little goes quite a long way – this makes it very cost effective for café owner. One half-ounce shot of syrup is usually adequate to flavor an entire coffee drink. These syrups are available from most coffee suppliers; if you are a new retail or business customer, they will often send you samples to allow you to taste them for yourself; this way you can choose best tasting syrup product for your customers. This is fun part – then you have to sell them!
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