— A creamy concoction that includes the once-maligned crystals has become a world-wide hit with people creating drinks at home; ‘this takes so much time to make’
Long reviled by coffee snobs, instant coffee is having its moment.
There’s just one issue: People are spending an awful lot of time trying to make it taste good.
A creamy concoction called dalgona—named after a toffee-like South Korean candy—has created a global phenomenon. Captivated caffeine fans in America, Canada, China and elsewhere…
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