Hazelnut Chocolate French Press Latte #drinks #coffee

Hazelnut Chocolate French Press Latte #drinks #coffee

Shake up your morning schedule (in a solid way) with this Hazelnut Chocolate French Press Latte! It's just 4 fixings and takes under 10 minutes!

It's not simply the caffeine either that makes me love it so much – it's the way of life, the custom, the consideration. In case you're a kindred espresso individual, I'm speculating you can relate. I have discovered that the main mug of espresso in the first part of the day is an all around cherished custom. It's an immense piece of the explanation this blog is called Brewing Happiness. There is a great deal of bliss that originates from that morning cup of joe.

However, imagine a scenario in which you could raise the stakes on your morning espresso game. OK be ready? Imagine a scenario in which I said it was hazelnut chocolate AND very simple… Well at that point, I may be persuaded to change my everyday practice. I love me some hazelnut + chocolate combos, and when you add that to the possibility of my morning french press – you're onto something progressive.

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Hazelnut Chocolate French Press Latte #drinks #coffee

  • 4¼ cups non dairy milk
  • 6 bags of Stash Chocolate Hazelnut Decaf Black Tea
  • 1/3-1/2 cup maple syrup
  • 4 tablespoons ground dark coffee (sub ground espresso beans)


  1. Heat your non dairy milk in a kettle or a pot over high heat.
  2. While the milk is heating, grind your coffee beans and add them to the french press.
  3. Tear open the Chocolate Hazelnut Decaf Black Tea bags and empty the contents into your french press, along with the maple syrup.
  4. When the milk is boiling, take it off the heat and pour it into your french press.
  5. Stir the contents well, then add your "lid" and let steep for 5 minutes.
  6. Press down on your handle (this may take a little jiggling to push it all the way to the bottom).
  7. Pour your latte into mugs and drink up!

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