Wine-Infused Coffee Exists and Now All Your Dreams Have Come True

Goodbye Starbucks Cold Brew, hello wine-infused iced coffee.

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If you thought coffee was for morning and wine was for evenings, think again, friends. The heroes at Molinari Private Reserve (opens in new tab)—a Napa Valley café—have created wine-infused coffee. WINE COFFEE. (Winoffee?)

By taking wine and roasting it with coffee beans, some geniuses at the reserve have made a wine-infused blend that smells like wine but tastes like coffee with a hint of blueberry. The MPR website (opens in new tab) says the more milk you add, the more the coffee tastes like wine. They also suggest letting the coffee sit, because, like wine, the longer it sits, the better it tastes. And, if you're feeling wild, you can chill the coffee overnight for a wine-infused iced coffee. Goodbye forever, Starbucks Cold Brew.

You're not going to get drunk off of this, because the wine is infused in the coffee for flavor than anything else, but that's still pretty damn great. Select stores around Napa Valley will be selling the ~wine coffee~ and it's also available online (opens in new tab).

Molinari Reserve, $20

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