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Would You Drink This Salty Coffee?

In the past few years, we've seen savory cheesecake and salted caramels take over the gourmet food scene. So could salty coffee be far behind?

Time reports that Taiwan's number one coffeehouse, 85C Bakery Cafe, introduced a sea-salt coffee that's been topping its sales charts. The sweetened coffee has a thick foam that's imbued with the flavor of sea salt.

Tell me: Do you think this sounds more appetizing than a hot smoothie?

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Rancher'sGirl Rancher'sGirl 6 years
My initial thought was, "doubtful", but then I realized I like quite a few sweet/salty things so Yes, I would try it once.
verily verily 7 years
I'd drink it.
verily verily 7 years
I'd drink it.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Ummmmm doubt it. I hate coffee.
Gracelinn Gracelinn 7 years
Ive been to 85C before and its amazing!
Tabloid Tabloid 7 years
Sounds interesting! I'll try it once.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
No, I don't eat foods with added salt (or added sugar).
Spectra Spectra 7 years
I wonder if it would taste sort of like Chubby Hubby ice cream, with the pretzels in it. I love salty/sweet combos, so I'd probably give it a try.
shoneyjoe shoneyjoe 7 years
I drink shots of espresso with no sugar in them and when they're made well, they usually have a bit of a salty character to them. I think it'd be lovely.
emalove emalove 7 years
Sure, why not?? I'll try just about anything once.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 7 years
I don't drink coffee, but my parents have been adding a pinch of salt to their home brewed coffee ever since I can remember. Can't be all that bad.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 7 years
I don't drink coffee, but my parents have been adding a pinch of salt to their home brewed coffee ever since I can remember. Can't be all that bad.
Salty-Mouth Salty-Mouth 7 years
Salt's natural ability to accentuate both food and beverage is indisputable. Salt makes simple ingredients shine and when paired with classic cocktails, makes you salvate and want another sip. For a unique range of flavored salts to finish dishes, take a peak:www.secresalts.com I'm not surprised that salt and coffee make a wonderful marriage.
Salty-Mouth Salty-Mouth 7 years
Salt's natural ability to accentuate both food and beverage is indisputable. Salt makes simple ingredients shine and when paired with classic cocktails, makes you salvate and want another sip. For a unique range of flavored salts to finish dishes, take a peak: www.secresalts.com I'm not surprised that salt and coffee make a wonderful marriage.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i would be willing to try it - i know that salt can enhance the flavors of a lot of things so this could be ok too.
Antioxidant Antioxidant 7 years
Ooh, I'd totally try that. I'm not into really salty things, but if it's all on the top and only sea salt I think it might be very good.
TidalWave TidalWave 7 years
With these polls, the "Previous Story" and "Next Story" buttons are so big that they overshadow the "Vote" button. I continuously miss it.
vickibug vickibug 7 years
Who knew that Starbucks salted carmel hot chocolate would be as incredibly awesome as it is? So I'd bet this would be good too.
KadBunny KadBunny 7 years
ugh.. the thought of it makes me gag.. I love my sweet coffee. :( but I guess I'd try it. If it's selling they might be on to something.
jewelz1325 jewelz1325 7 years
i read about this also, and i think they reasoned that by drinking all the salt first, it'll enliven your taste buds even more for the sweetness of the coffee afterward. it's like when you add salt to desserts to bring out their sweetness.
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