Green coffee beans are coffee beans that have not been roasted and this roasting process reduces the amounts of the chemical called chlorogenic acid. Read on to know its benefits and side effects.

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It is a perfect way to spice up celebrations and add some indulgence to your cup of joy.

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This hot drink will set everything for your celebrations…

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In just five minutes you can make this hot drink.

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Sip hot chocolate through layers of hot espresso and thick, cold cream in this deconstructed Mocha. It's based on the classic Bicerin and it fits right into the coffee-loving culture, and in the celebrations...  

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 Si.p hot chocolate through layers of hot espresso and thick, cold cream in this deconstructed Mocha. It's based on the classic Bicerin and it fits right into the coffee-loving culture, and in the celebrations   Ingredients   Half cup whipping creamHalf cup chopped the semi-sweet chocolate Two and a half tablespoons sugarOne cup hot brewed espresso One teaspoon unsweetened cocoa powder (optional)   How to prepare   Place cream in a bowl and chill until very cold. Fill four heatproof glasses with boiling water.   In a small saucepan over high heat, bring 3/4 cup water to a boil. Reduce heat to low and whisk in chopped chocolate until smoothly blended. Add one tbsp sugar. Stir over medium-low heat until mixture thickens slightly and coats spoon in a thin layer, three to five minutes. Cover and keep hot.   Whip cream with one tbsp sugar until thick, but before peaks form (cream should still be pourable). Mix remaining half tbsp sugar with hot espresso.   Drain water from glasses. Pour one-quarter of hot chocolate in a glass. Hold a spoon, concave side down, at about a 45-degree angle so that the tip of spoon touches inside of the glass, slightly above chocolate. Slowly pour one-quarter of espresso over the back of a spoon. Repeat for each glass. Spoon thick cream onto espresso, dividing evenly between glasses. Stir a bit of cocoa over cream if you like. Serve immediately.    

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