A multitude of factors influence coffee bean quality. Learn what they are and why you should pay attention to these aspects with New Orleans Roast™.
Today, chicory coffee is a New Orleans treat, but its usage stretches back to the Ancient Egyptians and took off as a coffee substitute in 19th-century France.
Ground chicory makes an earthy, rich coffee substitute. That flavor translates to recipes for tasty rubs and seasonings, plus a few baking possibilities.
Several factors contribute to the taste of your coffee, with roast being high on the list.
Beyond the flavor, chicory coffee has a handful of benefits, from nutrients and fiber content to lessening your caffeine intake without compromising flavor.