As Chatto noted, "coffee is like wine in many ways - they have different levels of acidity, intensity and body. Just like wine, the flavours in coffee can compliment the flavours in your food, creating a more balanced taste experience."
Of course, for those of you who still prefer to serve your main course with more traditional beverages, then give this a try for the dessert course, or for a breakfast or brunch.
Here are some ideas inspired from my meal:
Velvety and woodsy: Pair this with our seared duck with cherry sauce and rösti.
Bold and woodsy: Pair this with our ham and cheese focaccia with apricot mostarda or gourmet grilled cheese with date jam and radicchio.
How-to tip: How to brew a perfect cup of coffee with a french press.
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