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Now You Can Spread Coffee On Your Toast

How do you like your coffee? Black? Decaf? With cream? Or do you like it spread out?

You're probably thinking, what the heck does "spread out" mean?

Spreadable coffee has become a food trend that originated in Japan. Thanks to that invention, coffee lovers can have their coffee and eat it too! We've all had toast with our cup of joe, now we can have our cup of joe ON our toast.

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Spreadable coffee is now a reality in Japan: https://t.co/oxsramFYjy

Spreadable coffee is an espresso spread made with dark roast espresso coffee beans, cocoa butter, cream, and sugar. But you don't have to fly to Japan to try it out. You can purchase Flat Brew's Coffee Spread Expresso jars online here. Flat Brew might say spreadable coffee requires "transforming coffee beans into a luscious spread without adulterating their pure and simple taste."

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Literally eating #coffee for breakfast. @Flat_Brew

Enjoy your coffee by the slice or by the spoonfuls!

Some may never be able to betray their delicious mug of java. Would you give spreadable coffee a shot to see what all this hype is about?

 

Sarah Francis is a half-Palestinian journalism junkie, a proud Charlotte, NC native with an oversized sweet tooth, and an active world traveler. Ask her where she's headed next. (@Sarah_Francis25)