Happy National Coffee Day! We all know that there are a million little non-holidays that are just for fun (or to promote capitalism, depending on how you look at it) but some of them really speak to us--especially us coffee drinkers. Today I made an iced mocha at home and am loving it, but I'd also love to try something new this coffee day. So my question is this: what is the most unique coffee creation you've ever tried?
Have you had a Coffee Cabinet, for example? How about a Turkish coffee? I have a few Turkish restaurants in my area that I'm thinking of grabbing a coffee from. Here are a bunch of other cool coffee drinks from around the world. One calls for an egg and another calls for curds!
What is the most unique coffee you've ever enjoyed? Share it in the chat.