Blonde Coffee, the New Trending Brew

You may have seen blonde coffee popping up on your Instagram feed or in your local coffee shop and wondered, “what is this newfangled drink?” Well, let’s break it down. Blonde coffee is simply coffee that is a light roast. That’s it! It’s not a new flavor or a different brewing method, it’s just a lighter roast bean.

Now that we’ve got that out of the way, you might be wondering why this seemingly small change has taken the coffee world by storm. Keep reading to find out!


The Benefits of Blonde Coffee
So what are the benefits of blonde coffee? First and foremost, it’s important to note that all coffees are not created equal. Just like with wine, the taste of coffee beans can vary depending on where they were grown and how they were roasted.

Light roast beans are typically more fruity and acidic, while dark roast beans are more bitter. If you’re someone who usually finds dark roast coffees too bitter, blonde coffee might be a great alternative for you! Blonde coffees also tend to have more caffeine than their dark roast counterparts since they haven’t been roasted for as long. So if you’re looking for a little extra pep in your step in the morning, blonde coffee might be the way to go.

How to Make Blonde Coffee
Making blonde coffee is just as easy as making any other type of coffee! If you have a Keurig, you can find light roast K-cups at most grocery stores. If you prefer to use grounds, many major brands (like Starbucks) sell light roast options now as well.

To make iced blonde coffee, simply brew your desired amount of light roast grounds using cold water (this will help prevent bitterness). Then pour over ice and enjoy! You can also add milk or sugar if you like.

Whether you’re looking to mix up your morning routine or you’re just curious about this new trend, give blonde coffee a try! Chances are you’ll be pleasantly surprised by its fruity flavor and an extra boost of caffeine. Happy sipping!

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