Colombian Style Coffee Recipe

While on the topic of coffee from Colombia this month, why not try a Colombian Style Coffee? A Colombian style coffee isn’t just a brewed cup of Colombian beans; it is a sweet treat!

If you enjoy sugar in your coffee, you should give this recipe a try! A Colombian style brewed coffee is brewed with aquapanela, which is a simple syrup made with sugar cane pulp.

What is sugar cane pulp?
Sugar cane pulp is the dry fibrous matter that is left after juice is extracted from sugar cane. The sugar cane pulp has a specific name, which is referred to as Bagasse, pronounced bə-GAS.


Colombian Style Coffee Recipe


40 ounces of filtered water

12 ounces of panela

2 to 3 TBS freshly ground Colombian OR Colombian Blend Coffee

Kitchen Tools


Small French Press


  1. Make the aguapanela. To do this, cut panela into small chunks and place in a saucepan with 40 ounces of water. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Be sure to stir regularly so that all of the panela melts down into the water.
  2. Remove from heat and let sit for 5 minutes.
  3. Put 2-3 tablespoons of Colombian coffee (ground) in a small french press. Pour the aguapanela over the coffee until it is full.
  4. Brew for 4 minutes stirring only once. Plunge french press, serve coffee and enjoy your Colombian Style Coffee.
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