Tired of having the same cup of coffee every morning? Freshen up your daily caffeine intake with rosemary. Rosemary coffee smells absolutely wonderful and is super easy to make.
There are no fancy tricks to making this coffee. You just need fresh rosemary which will infuse with coffee. For this recipe, I like to use fresh rosemary, but you can use dried leaves as well.
The hot water releases oils from the rosemary which infuses with coffee to give a fresh aroma. Rosemary is packed with antioxidants and has numerous health benefits.
With rosemary, you turn your regular coffee into a power pack. This recipe can be used to make regular black coffee infused with rosemary, Americano, espresso, or Iced Latte.
What does rosemary coffee taste like?
If you are concerned about the taste, rest assured that the coffee has a mild flavor and aroma of rosemary in it. It’s as if you have added a few drops of flavor to it.
You can use this recipe with decaffeinated coffee as well.
Variations and Additions
Honey boosts the flavor of this recipe, so you can add 1 tsp to your mug. If you like unsweetened coffee, you can omit honey or sugar altogether.
If you want to make a latte, take a large glass and fill it with ice cubes. Add milk of your choice. You can use dairy milk or vegan plant-based milk like almond milk, oat milk, and more. Pour in the freshly brewed coffee with rosemary. Give it a good stir and enjoy.
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Rosemary Coffee Recipe
Try something new for breakfast and take your coffee to another level with rosemary infusion.
- fresh ground coffee beans (1 batch)
- 1 tbsp dried rosemary or 1 fresh spring of rosemary
- 5 cups water
- Place rosemary at the bottom of your coffee filter, and then add ground coffee on top.
- Place the coffee filter in your coffee machine and brew the coffee as usual.
- Transfer the coffee to your mug and enjoy it hot!
- Although you can use the entire rosemary stem, I recommend chopping the leaves into small pieces so the flavor easily gets infused into the coffee.
- You can change this recipe by using your favorite herbs. Make sure to try mint, lavender, and citrus peels as they taste heavenly with coffee.
Is Rosemary good in coffee?
Yes, rosemary brings a gentle and earthy spice to your coffee. It is also packed with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Can you put rosemary in coffee?
Rosemary contains rosmarinic acid, and caffeic acid, as well as other nutritional benefits. It has also been studied to increase memory. In coffee, you can use dried rosemary leaves, but I prefer using fresh leaves.