Chocolate and coffee are two food items that delight almost any palate at any time of the day and night. Covering different items in chocolate such as strawberries, cherries and/or marshmallows is something we all do every so often at a party or a special event however, you have to be a coffee and chocolate lover to indulge in chocolate covered coffee beans.
Choosing The Right Coffee Beans
Selecting the right type of coffee beans in order to cover them with chocolate should be very easy for a coffee drinker such as myself as you will clearly know if you like your coffee strong and medium and thus, you can choose between the Arabica coffee beans, which are mild and the Robusta coffee beans, which are strong.
You can find chocolate covered coffee beans in leading department stores, delicatessen outlets as well as leading chocolate and coffee stores such as Godiva, Lindt or Starbucks. All chocolate covered coffee beans packages are clearly labeled with the type of chocolate it has been used and the type of coffee bean as well. Sometimes, coffee houses such as Starbucks will use their own house blend to cover the coffee beans and if you enjoy their coffee you are bound to enjoy the beans too.
Where And How Are Chocolate Covered Coffee Beans Savored
Usually coffee lovers enjoy chocolate covered coffee beans at any time of the day and night however, the best way to get the most flavor out of them is to have them by themselves in between coffees or when you need to boost of caffeine and sugar but you don’t want to have a whole cup.
If you have a medical condition that does not allow you to enjoy the regular chocolate covered coffee beans you can find them in sugar free as well as in limited carbohydrates for the weight watchers.
You can also make chocolate covered coffee beans in the comfort of your home if you are not happy with what you find in the stores and/or you have specific taste for coffee and chocolates.
Chocolate covered coffee beans can make elegant and tasteful gifts as well accompanied by a new coffee mug; bouquet of flowers, as an addition to any gift or as a gift by itself. Coffee and chocolate lovers will appreciate the same greatly and enjoy every single bean in part.