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I used 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon and that was plenty for me. I chose a good quality rich Sumatra coffee bean for my coffee; half and half and local clover honey. A great "eye opener" coffee in the morning served in my brand new 'Lapis' colored Fiestaware coffee mug. Love the flavor combination! Good work! Made for Veg Tag/September.
Annacia you have some wonderful coffees posted but think this one is most definitely the best of the best. I loved the spice blend and even more enjoyed how soothing and relaxing this was. Thanks so much for the true delight, LOVED it so much that I wish I could give it 20 stars.
A great choice coffe recipe again!<br/>I used Greek coffee, Greek safron (Greece is exporting a lot of safron!) and cinnamon from the Turkish shop.<br/>As I know that the cinnamon I used is very strong I reduced the quantity to 1/4 (as Cookgirl suggersted) and I think this was the perfect quantity.<br/>Thanks a lot for your delish and inspiring coffee recipes!
Another winner from the Coffee Queen. Wow, was this good. Loved that you could taste the saffron, cinnamon and honey. Honey always seems to enhance the flavor of whatever seasoning we use. Thanks so much for sharing another lovely recipe, that I will make again and again.
Holey Buckets is this good! I almost fainted when I saw the price of the saffron, and it is a good thing DH wasn't with me when I bought it. Otherwise I would have been tagging a different recipe. I used Colombian coffee with my French press. Made for Veg 'n Swap October 2013.
Great coffee! I added cinnamon and saffron to my beans (Starbucks blonde blend) and ground them together in the coffee pot - aroma was out-of-this-world when I poured a cup. I drink my coffee black, so skipped the sweetner. So good and so easy for a great cup of coffee! Thanks for sharing!