Whip up these beautiful (and yummy!) drinks in no-time.
We know you miss going out to cafés and restaurants and ordering aesthetically-pleasing drinks with their gradient colors and Instagram-worthy presentation. Well, why not make these drinks yourself? They’re very easy to create and only requires three to four ingredients. Time to raid your fridge because we’re giving you the recipe to four Korean café-inspired drinks.
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Butterfly Pea Tea
- Butterfly pea tea leaves
- Brew the butterfly pea tea leaves by putting them to a teapot and adding hot water. Let it steep for five minutes.
- Take out the brewed tea and put it into a glass. Add ice.
- Squeeze a slice of lemon and finish with a dollop of honey.
- Crush the strawberries by putting them in a blender.
- Once you get a puree consistency, take it out of the blender and boil it together in a pan with sugar and some more fresh strawberries.
- Let it cool or chill in the fridge for a few hours then take it out and pour the strawberry mixture into a glass. Add milk and ice.
- You may also put chopped strawberries as topping.
- Matcha powder
- Hot water
- White chocolate
- Heat the milk and the chopped white chocolate together in a small pan until the latter dissolves into the milk.
- Add boiling water to the matcha powder. Mix well until the powder completely dissolves.
- Pour the dissolved matcha into a glass and add the milk-white chocolate mixture to it. You may also add some ice if you want a cold matcha latte drink.
- Dalgona candy
- Whole milk
- No Dalgona candy? No problem! Make one for yourself by melting sugar in a pan and then adding baking soda later on. Stir continuously until the mixture turns into a coffee color. Pour it on top of a parchment paper and let it cool.
- Grab your glasses and pour milk and ice.
- Once the Dalgona candy has completely hardened, crush it and put it on top of the glasses.
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