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How to Make a Welsh Coffee. 

There are a handful of unique coffee recipes to be found throughout the various regions of Wales.

During the 17th century when the welsh started drinking coffee, most of the country was dairy farm land with a few arable farms here & there.

It wasn't really until the early 20th century (with the availability of more ingredients) did the welsh start creating regional variations with their coffee drinks.

One of the earliest known coffee variations to be found in Wales was 'Cennin Coffee' (Leek coffee).

A very simple drink with the addition of a tiny snippet of Leek added to the coffee and left to stew for a minute then topped with a droplet of honey.

Let's make one.

Cennin Coffee - (Leek coffee).

Equipment Needed:

  • Something to boil water.

  • A spoon.

  • A cup.


  • 1/4 of a teaspoon of honey.

  • 1 tip of a teaspoon of fresh Leek herb.

  • 1 serving of Coffee.

To Do:
  1. Place honey, herb and coffee into cup.

  2. Slowly pour freshly boiled water and stir well.

Welsh Coffee by a camp fire

All Done.

Yup, it really is that easy to make.

Get a LOT more enjoyment, choice and pleasure from your own coffee.

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Also ...

We love drinking our coffee, but did you know about all the other amazing things you can make at home using your own coffee & some simple ingredients?

Click on the Main Menu button just above to see the full range of things available to you.

Also Also ...

We may not always realise it, but coffee (caffeine) can have quite an effect on our bodies. Down below (and the Main Menu page) are a few important articles  which help us understand what these affects actually are.

  • Facts taken from official and trusted sources.

  • Clear, simple and straight to the point. (And helpful).


Get a LOT more enjoyment, choice and pleasure from your own coffee.

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