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Viennese Coffee

Viennese Coffee recipe
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Good way to spice up your morning coffee. Yum.
posted by
Kristinlk
on 7/10/2010
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
6 servings, about 1 cup each
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posted:
7/9/2006
Quick, Easy and Inexpensive. I don't usually use milk or any other whitener in my coffee, but a slosh of creamer adds some richness.
posted:
4/3/2006
This recipe is delicious. I'm not an avid coffee drinker, but I do like this. I usually use natural sugar as a sweetner, and it's wonderful. I have tried cinnamon sprinkled on top of my cofee, but brewing with the coffee is much better.
posted:
3/14/2006
The recipe may well be good, but it's not Viennese. My family come from Vienna and the only flavouring that is sometimes added to coffee is fig extract (Feigenkaffee). This was formerly added because of its vaguely coffeelike flavour and as a method of stretching out expensive coffee. With the rise of living standards, it has declined. There are one or two Viennese coffee varieties where cinnamon is sprinkled on top of the coffee, but it is NEVER added to the coffee.
posted:
3/3/2006
Made this for my mother's birthday brunch - even my sister-in-law who doesn't like coffee tried it and liked it. Three pots later, we all voted it a winner! So easy - great flavor!
posted:
2/28/2006
What a simple addition to my coffee! I still continue to make it. It is yummy!
posted:
2/13/2006
Very good. This is great when you are craving a good cup of coffee from a real coffee house. I made this with Splenda instead of sugar. The first time I made it, it was too sweet. So when I tried it again, I added less splenda after the coffee was brewed.
posted:
11/28/2005
Very tasty!
posted:
10/13/2005
One of your comments said that there was so much coffee that it ran over the basket. The problem wasn't the amount of coffee. It was the cinnamon that clogged the filter. Put the cinnamon in the carafe. Use a cinnamon bark stick instead of ground cinnamon and you will love it. I've flavored my coffee for years this way.
posted:
10/13/2005
2/3 cup of coffee indunated my coffee pot a 12 cup) and the water would not drain because there was so much coffee in the brew basket.what a mess I had!!! are you sure it supposed to be 2/3 cup of coffee??? I am disgusted!!!
posted:
10/8/2005
I made this coffee and enjoyed it so much I tried a few variations. One day a put a few drops of almond extract in the empty coffee pot and another day I tried a few drops of raspberry flavoring. Of course, I did not use the cinnamon. Now when I have a friend over for coffee, we have a real treat.
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