01/7Add these ingredients to your coffee for a boost of flavour

Add these ingredients to your coffee for a boost of flavour

There's nothing that can beat that morning cup of coffee. Whether you wake up feeling groggy or in a bad mood, coffee is always there to help spruce things up and make you feel refreshed. And although we do love that morning cup of coffee that helps keep us alert and refreshed, it does get a bit monotonous to drink the same thing over and over again every single day. So, if you're looking to give your coffee a boost of flavour, here are some ingredients that will help.




If you're looking for a super-easy way to spice up that morning cuppa coffee, then cinnamon is the ingredient to opt for! All you need to do is to stick a single stick of cinnamon in your tea while you're brewing it and then you'll get all the dose of flavour you need.




Cardamom is usually added to tea to give it that distinct flavour but trust us when we say, it works just as well in coffee too. The best way to add it to your coffee is to sprinkle some of its powder in a freshly brewed cup.




If you're looking for something that can work as a replacement for sugar then honey or agave should be the first options for you. Not only are they less sweet than sugar but they're also much, much healthier. Do keep in mind to purchase organic honey or agave so that you end up with the real good stuff.


05/7Vanilla or Hazelnut Flavoured Syrups

Vanilla or Hazelnut Flavoured Syrups

If you're feeling all fancy then we suggest you try to opt for flavoured syrups that you can add to your coffee. You normally pay a bomb for those favoured lattes and brews, so buying syrups will actually be a lot more cost-effective too. The best flavours are vanilla and hazelnut and a spoon of either of these is enough to add that oomph to your coffee.




This works well for people who're looking to lose some weight. Stevia extract works as a natural sweetener and can be used in place of sugar. It tastes bitter-sweet so you might actually not like it all that well at first. But once you develop a taste for it, you might never want to have normal coffee again.




Okay, let's be honest. Who doesn't love sweet condensed milk? It's so much richer than usual milk and is also slightly sweeter so you won't even need to add sugar if you're using condensed milk. Add a few tablespoons depending on how strong or light you prefer your coffee.