Velo Nutmeg Coffee Recipe

Velo Nutmeg Coffee Recipe

Go nuts for this coffee nutmeg recipe!

It’s the holiday season (so hoop-de-do and dickory dock) ! Grab a fuzzy blanket, light the fire, and get all curled up with this delicious nutmeg coffee recipe, made with your favourite Velo coffee! Add a festive twist (and a bit of spice) to your coffee this holiday season - it’ll warm you up from the inside out! This nutmeg coffee recipe is simple, quick, delicious, and a “must-have” this holiday season! Warm up with Velo Coffee Roasters and follow along with this recipe!

There’s just a few basic ingredients you need for this recipe! Most of them are probably already in your kitchen - fancy that! This is a great recipe to share with your family and friends, so with these measurements, you can enjoy and share 6 cups of this delicious coffee!

Ingredients:

This recipe is best made in a pour over brewing method! We have a variety of pour over options for you: De’Longhi Clessidra Pour Over, Sage Precision Brewer, Hario Decanter Kit, and Hario V60 White Pour Over Kit to name a few! Order yours today! 

Get the most out of your holiday flavours this season with Velo’s Christmas Holiday Blend coffee! With flavours of brandy, nuts, dried fruit, and cranberries, this is Christmas in a cup, and perfect for this recipe!

Once you have your ingredients, follow these simple and easy steps to get started on your Nutmeg Coffee! First, put your coffee grounds into the filter basket. Depending on your brew method, boil the water with 2 cinnamon sticks, or, combine the ground cinnamon and nutmeg with your coffee grounds! 

Once the water is boiled, let it stand for a few minutes until it’s ideally 94ºC, and slowly pour the hot water over the coffee grounds in the filter basket. If you are brewing with De’Longhi or Sage, just add your coffee and spices to the filter basket and let the machine brew away!

One more step to finish this cup of Christmas! Add a splash of Monin Madagascar Vanilla syrup for a little something extra! Finally, “sip back” and enjoy your Velo nutmeg coffee! It really is like Christmas in a cup, isn’t it?!