Cafe owner in Toronto decided to make coffee exciting again by serving cotton candy as sugar.
It looks like foam but dissolves. Apparently it’s become a thing at this cafe called LightCafe. In one drink option, you get the cup with cotton candy then add coffee in a small jar to the cup and watch the candy vanish. Add milk if that’s your thing.
Hotter temperatures are reducing the belt for quality coffee in the tropics but it’s also allowing traditionally colder zones to start growing the crop that they love to drink. Growing experiments are now firmly established in places such as Sicily in Italy, California in USA and Saudi Arabia, reports the WSJ.
Some coffee companies in the island are innovating. They want to expand the definition of great coffee to include a more fruity taste profile instead of preponderance of chocolate tones. No one will go on the record but expect options that are bursting with fruit to hit shelves within the medium term.