How to Make Sea Salt Coffee & Cream – Iced & Hot (Recipe)

Sea Salt Coffee is a Taiwanese treat that mixes sweet & salty for the perfect treat, enjoyed iced or hot.Cafes in Taiwan have been serving Sea Salt Coffee for a while, and it’s been wildly popular. The drink typically includes dark, sweetened coffee topped with a thick layer of salted, creamy, milk foam, and the result is a lovely balance of flavor. The layers of cream and coffee look lovely in the cup, but it’s best served by giving it a good stir to combine before sipping.Inspired by this trend, this video recipe will walk you through how to make Sea Salt Coffee with Cream at home, step-by-step.★ FULL RECIPE ★Visit the MokaBees website for the full recipe, photos, and additional tips: ♥ We love to hear from you! ♥ Please feel free to ask questions and share your own experiences.Music Credit:Sideways Samba by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (Artist: YOUTUBE AUDIO LIBRARY*FTC* – This is not a sponsored video.sea salt coffee,how to make sea salt coffee,sea salt coffee recipe,sea salt coffee diy,85c sea salt coffee,adding sea salt to coffee,sea salt foam coffee,taiwanese sea salt coffee recipe,sea salt coffee taiwan,85 sea salt coffee,salted coffee,salted cream coffee,Coffee (Beverage Type),Recipe (Website Category),Food (TV Genre),mokabees,coffee recipe,taiwan coffee,salt in coffee,Sea Salt (Ingredient)

9 Replies to “How to Make Sea Salt Coffee & Cream – Iced & Hot (Recipe)”

  1. troy noh

    It the rage here in Orange County, Ca. Heaps of milk tea and sea salt cream coffee joints selling it for $3 for a medium and $4 for a large. Rather do this at home and save the money an gas 🙂

  2. 이병현

    thanks for this recipe. it is very diffiuclt to get heavy cream in my country. so do u havey any idea what i can replace instead of heavy cream?

  3. Y X

    I once stumbled upon your videos and watched so many of them but somehow forgot your username!
    Now that I remembered your username, I came back to watch all the videos all over again. I just wanted to say THANK YOU for making these wonderful videos and making my daily cup of coffee more interesting and tasty with all these recipes. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  4. Darkvine

    made salted caramel mocha earlier, while it was certainly drinkable, I don't really get why ppl want salted coffee drinks


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