Dalgona – the iced coffee with a whipped topping

The recipe for this coffee trend

[Translate to Englisch:] Dalgona Kaffee Whipped Coffee

Dalgona – here’s how to make your whipped coffee

It was absolutely everywhere on the internet: dalgona coffee from South Korea! We just had to try it out for you – and it certainly has the potential to get you hooked! It’s really easy to prepare at home. 

Creamy and so delicious: Whipped coffee

While we were all adjusting to life during the corona crisis, a drink suddenly appeared out of nowhere: dalgona coffee. Social-media channels were filled with posts from coffee lovers talking about this trendy cold drink with the impossibly creamy coffee topping. And that’s how dalgona coffee, also known as whipped coffee, became a ray of light in the extraordinary times of lockdown. And the best part? The drink is incredibly easy to make at home. We’ve got the recipe – which means you’re just a few ingredients away from enjoying this delicious whipped treat!

Dallmayr Dalgona Coffee Illustration Tasse und Kaffeeglas

The dalgona coffee trend: some background

Dalgona coffee originally comes from South Korea. It tastes similar to a toffee-like sweet called dalgona – which is where the coffee gets its name. During the coronavirus lockdown, videos of homemade dalgona coffees went viral in South Korea on TikTok and YouTube. The message was clear: people were making things at home as comfortable as possible! It didn’t take long for coffee lovers around the world to catch on and make the drink, too. Why not post your dalgona coffee on Instagram? We’ll be delighted to repost your little work of art – simply use the hashtag #whippedDallmayrGold.

Our tip:

You can make the coffee with any kind of milk (or milk substitute). You can also use drinking chocolate as an alternative to coffee.

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