What is French vanilla coffee?

What is French vanilla coffee?

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  1. “Vanilla” means it has some kind of (possibly synthetic) vanilla flavouring added to it. “French” appears to be a branding exercise.
    French vanilla ice cream is a type of ice cream that includes vanilla and egg yolks, but here “French” refers to the egg yolks, not to a type of vanilla. However, US/Canadian consumers especially are used to terrible “vanilla” flavoured things made with synthetic vanillin (including “vanilla ice cream”) and associate “French vanilla ice cream” with a better class of product (one that might actually contain real vanilla), so anything vanilla-flavoured gets called “French vanilla” to make it sound better by association. Potentially you could add some kind of dairy/custardy mix to hot coffee and call it “French” for the same reason as the ice cream, but I don’t think that’s what actually happens. Instead, it seems hot coffee marketed as “French vanilla” contains vanilla syrup and possibly some milk products, but nothing to do with egg yolks.
    Sometimes vanilla syrup itself is marketed as “French vanilla syrup”. This could be because the syrup was literally made in France (e.g. the popular Monin brand of syrups), but it tells you nothing about the contents of the syrup. Again it seems to be a deliberate attempt to play on “French vanilla” as a kind of brand name. The same syrup flavour is simply called “sirop de vanille” in France.

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  2. It has to have coffee in it to be coffee. French vanilla is a flavoring. If you don’t want it, pick another flavor to put in your coffee or just have it black.

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  3. Aha! Definitely one of my favourites. French vanilla coffee is a type of coffee that is made with a delicate blend of vanilla and espresso . The result is a smooth, rich, creamy cup of coffee with a sweet and slightly nutty flavour. Depending on your preference, it can be enjoyed in black or with cream and sugar.
    There are many reasons why this type of coffee is called French vanilla. One reason is that the flavour of this coffee is similar to French vanilla ice cream. Another reason is that this type of coffee originated in France.
    In the early 1800s, a man named Pierre Lacour created French vanilla coffee. He was a coffee roaster who lived in the town of Marseilles, France. At the time, there were two popular types of coffee drinks: espresso and cappuccino. Lacour wanted to create a drink that would combine the best features of both drinks. He succeeded in creating a rich, creamy coffee with a sweet flavour that became known as French vanilla coffee.
    There are many places where you can buy French vanilla coffee. The most popular place to buy it is online, but you can also find it in grocery stores and speciality coffee shops.
    When looking for French vanilla coffee, read the labels carefully. Not all blends are made with natural vanilla extract; some only hint at the vanilla flavour. If you want a strong vanilla flavour, look for a blend with a high percentage of vanilla beans. The ingredients of store-bought coffee are usually on the label. For coffee shops, you can ask the barista for a detailed breakdown of the drink.
    If you’re buying French vanilla coffee online, there are many different brands to choose from. The most popular brands include Starbucks, Dunkin’, Costa Coffee, and Caribou Coffee. If you want something local– maybe you can try Pearl Lemon Cafe in Fulham. Who knows? You might even bump into me there! Cheers!

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  4. It’s a good question considering France is not known for its vanilla. The best way to answer your question might be a liquid favoring to add to your coffee and is labeled “French Vanilla”.

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  5. FRENCH VANILLA
    Sweet, rich, and creamy vanilla. There is nothing that you will find smoother than ours. A big favorite!!!!

    What is French vanilla coffee?

    FRENCH VANILLA | FREEDOM ISNT FREE

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