Daltona Coffee

Dalgona Coffee

“Dalgona Coffee” is a korean beverage made by whipping equal proportions of instant coffee, sugar and hot water until it becomes creamy and then adding it to cold or hot milk.

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Dalgona Coffee which is the new cooking trend going viral on social media is actually ‘phentoing’ coffee with a fancy name. Check out how to make Dalgona Coffee:

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We all know that Dalgona Coffee is the most hyped and talked about thing on internet these days ! So here I am with my version on Dalgona Coffee. We’ve been making this coffee since ages and I’m sure you all have tried it once in your lifetime for sure. We have to accept that thos Dalgona Coffee is something we all love and in this video you’ll see how to make Dalgona Coffee without mixer. You will not need any electric mixer or egg beater or any other fancy equipment. All you need is one spoon & a mug and you’re on this journey to taste the trending beauty. ❤

Dalgona Coffee Trend, a whipped coffee drink named for a type of Korean candy, is the latest food trend to take over Instagram and Twitter. The trend was first popularized in South Korea, spreading across the world as more countries started recommending that people engage in social distancing.

Officially known as dalgona coffee, this South Korean beverage is comprised of instant coffee, sugar, hot water and milk. … Once finished, this easy-to-make drink melts into a beautiful, white and gold ombré color and boasts a sweet coffee flavor with a pillowy texture.

Actor Jung Il Woo is said to have stumbled on the drink in Macau. One day, when he dined out, he came across the drink. DID YOU KNOW? The coffee froth effect is achieved after the drink mix of intsant coffee powder sugar and water is whipped 400 times, giving it the moniker “400 coffee.”

Its viral status on social media came as a result of Jung Il-woo, a South Korean actor who visited an eatery in Macau where he was served a similar beverage reminding him of “dalgona,” a type of nostalgic Korean honeycomb, and later presented on a South Korean TV show called Stars’ Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant 

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