Have you heard of wine coffee? Yeah, it’s not a joke, it’s a real thing. I am having a hard time believing it myself.

Now, don’t get me wrong, like a lot of people, I enjoy spicing up my weekend coffee with a little Irish whiskey, Bailey’s Irish cream, or Italian Amaro. But wine coffee? I am not too sure about that. I mean, what you do? At a little bit of wine and sugar to your coffee until you taste the way you want to? Hey, one a little red wine in your coffee? Now, I prefer white wine in mind. Yeah, sounds reasonable to me.

Maybe you are the type of person that started getting thirsty when you read about wine coffee. If so, there are two products that are ready-made on the market already to quench your thirst for wine coffee. My friend with movers Woodstock Ga tried this and it definitely will parch your tongue he says. There is a Chardonnay coffee cappuccino and a Cabernet coffee espresso drink. These drinks are served in a double -sized can and contain no caffeine in 6% ABV. The company claims they use quality grapes from Europe and a secret formula to mix the wine coffee together. That is enough information for me, though. I mean, how do we even know where these grapes originated from?

As of now, I am still trying to get my hands on a can of wine coffee so I can give you my professional opinion. Wine coffee is only available in certain areas, so it can be difficult to come by.

If you are not quite ready to try wine coffee, there may be a couple other options for you. Merlot barrels are occasionally used to age some coffee beans. In fact, the beans are occasionally soaked in wine. One private company is known to soak their coffee beans in a Napa Valley wine blend before they dry and roast them. They say taking the beings through this process imparts some of the wine into the beans. Now, it’s debatable if you will have any wine flavor in your coffee, but you certainly won’t get tipsy since the products are alcohol-free.