It’s always a good idea to start your Monday morning with a nice cup of coffee. So why not make your mornings even better by spicing it up a notch? This Moroccan Spiced Coffee adds a unique and spicy kick to your daily cup of java!

Baby its cold outside, and I want, I mean I need, to escape to a warm and cozy place. A place where I can sit outside a small rustic café, sipping on my latte. Casually indulging in the beauty of the neighbourhood in a tight blue sundress and a fedora, reading my thriller novel and savouring my cherry Danish. Oh, wouldn’t that be lovely!

My reality: it’s snowing, and I’m sitting beside a window at Starbucks with a green tea latte and slow Wi-Fi, while pulling the sleeves of my sweater to keep my hands warm. The tuna wraps they have are pretty good though, so that’s an upside. Anyways, since I’m not currently enjoying this Moroccan spiced coffee at a lovely café in Morocco, I decided to bring the coffee and the café to my cozy apartment in Toronto!

I’ve always been more familiar with spiced teas, particularly chai or even turmeric spiced teas (also known as golden milk tea).  I actually started making turmeric spiced tea every week since the new year started simply to boost my immune system and also for the many health benefits it offers. However, since I’m currently showcasing a “Taste of the” world segment for the month, it made perfect sense to bring this unique and delightful recipe to my kitchen!

Moroccan spiced coffee is fragrant, flavourful, and moderately spicy. I find that the addition of the spices actually tones down the bitterness of the coffee beans, so if you drink your coffee black, you may find this spiced version quite smooth on your taste buds! Or you can add your favorite cream and sweetener. Oh and did I mention that the cream used in this recipe is homemade and dairy free? Cheers to spicy and fun Mondays!

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This Moroccan Spiced Coffee adds a unique and spicy kick to your daily cup of java!
Recipe type: Beverage
Cuisine: Moroccan
Serves: 8 Servings
  • For Coffee:
  • 6 tablespoons ground coffee or ½ cup coffee beans
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ¼ teaspoon ground ginger
  • ⅛ teaspoon ground cloves
  • ⅛ teaspoon ground cardamom
  • ⅛ teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • A dash of salt and pepper
  • For Cream (optional):
  • 1 can light coconut milk
  • ½ cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 3 tablespoons coconut palm sugar
  1. Combine all the coffee ingredients in a mason jar. Cover and store overnight. This allows the spices to properly blend with the coffee.
  2. Brew your coffee as you usually would the next morning. This serving makes about 6-8 cups of coffee.
  3. For the cream, add coconut milk, almond milk and cinnamon in a small saucepan over medium heat and bring to a boil. Let it simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from heat and add sugar. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator overnight.



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9 Comments Add yours

  1. Jena Leigh says:

    Omgoshy tootz! I can smell the aroma from your fancy glasses. I think I’ll give this a try cause I need variations with my coffees.

    1. Valerie Azinge says:

      Thanks tootz! You’ll love it. Its a different take on traditional java ☕️

  2. Pharmacist Eddins, from Abuja, Nigeria says:

    A cup of this Moroccan coffee sure looks like a cup of magic in its pure form to kick start a day.

    1. Valerie Azinge says:

      A pure cup of magic to kick start your morning indeed! 🙂

  3. jaci from Missouri says:

    Thank you for this wonderful recipe…. can’t wait to taste this in the morning while enjoying the sunrise. Jaci from Missouri

    1. Valerie Azinge says:

      My pleasure Jaci! It’s really good coffee!

  4. Quinn says:

    Awesome coffee taste and IBS fix, virus dropper, feeling better after one week steady daily moroccan coffee. I fill dissolvable capsules and add to my hot coffee in the morning two double 00 moroccan coffee spice everyday. Loving it super easy to do daily telling all my friends. Great recipe thank you very much.

    1. Valerie Azinge says:

      Oh wow! I’m glad to hear! Thank you very much for your feedback

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