Is there anything better, when we need a morning eye-opener, a midday pick-me-up or an after-dinner sip, than a good and accessible crater of coffee? Well, yes, actually, now there is: a good and accessible crater of coffee surfaced with a spiky pyramid of wealthy meringue.
Although a menu options and art (by a rotating register of artists) adorning a petrify walls change frequently during Takeout Drawing Café, a cafeteria and vaunt space in Seoul, South Korea, one renouned libation has remained, for some months, a constant: Paul’s Meringue Factory.
The drink, for apparent reasons (meringue — and coffee!), has been getting pleasantness on amicable media, in the blogosphere and from press around a world. The coffee/confection facilities piping-hot espresso (or latte) surfaced with a towering, palatable housemade meringue.
The Paul after whom a splash has been named is indeed a dog who is decorated on a crater in that a splash is served, “blasting intruders divided from his meringue factory,“ notes internal blog The Coffee Chaser, opining that, nonetheless a latte was zero special, “the meringue was excellent.”
“My customarily censure with a drink,” griped The Coffee Chaser, “was that there was a bit too most meringue.”
Because meringue customarily contains customarily egg whites and sugar, a meringue topper might be only a thing for a lactose-intolerant coffee partner leery of churned cream or frothed milk. Plus, it “won’t warp into a drippy mess,” notes Mashable.
See we on a subsequent moody to Seoul.
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