Cinnamon Coffee




Introduction: Cinnamon Coffee

About: Well I like building, gardening and jazz and many other things ,that have to do with outside stuff like nature....

Cinnamon coffee is one of the first drink experiment that I have done and tastes good too.
And you don't just dump cinnamon in the coffee either.
                                     So get ready to make yummy cinnamon coffee.

note: thanks to my sister for taking the pictures for me...

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Step 1: INGREDIENTS: & Things You Need

INGREDIENTS: Cinnamon,black coffee,torani caramel syrup,Half & Half,and vanilla.  
(note: it doesn't really matter which caramel you use,that is just the one I used.) 

              Things you need:
                      A coffee cup,
                     coffee maker,
                        and a spoon.

Step 2: Coffee & Caramel

Take out your coffee maker and make some plain regular or decaf coffee. 
When the coffee is done, pour the coffee into the coffee cup.
Next take your torani caramel syrup and your spoon.
Then pour two spoon fulls of caramel into your coffee.

Step 3: Cinnamon,vanilla,Half&Half

Now this is where the cinnamon comes in,
about one spoon full or less is all you need to add to your coffee.
Then our vanilla at less then half a spoon full (about 1/4 a teaspoon).
And last,but no least the Half & Half pour about one or two spoons full.

Step 4: Done

Now your finally done 'enjoy' your cinnamon coffee.

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    9 Discussions


    2 years ago

    My God I can't wait to try some of this stuff!


    2 years ago

    idk why am i looking at this in the class

    this look sooooooo goooood!!!!!


    8 years ago on Introduction

    I tried a black version of it. No milk or cream. It's delicious. Thank you for the idea. My voting is yours.