What is "white coffee"?

This is generally a proprietary coffee that a few coffee shops have started to sell. The general consensus is that it is seriously under roasted coffee. The advertising hype that goes with it would agree with this assumption although the people selling this product will not say anything about how it is made. Because un/bairly roasted beans are extremely hard a special grinder is required to grind the coffee.

One of the common claims about white coffee is that it is higher in caffeine than normal coffee. Coffee loses caffeine by volume as it is roasted so it probably does have more caffeine by volume. By weight caffeine content actually goes up so the caffeine content by weight is probably lower. One theory that has been proposed (but once again this is a gauess and probably varies from shop to shop) is that the blend may be all or mostly robusta to boost teh caffeine.

In Australia a white coffee or a "flat white" can be any number of different espresso and milk of coffee and milk drinks.

In the US and UK you will from time to time hear coffee with milk or cream referred to as white coffee.

White coffee can also refer to a cup of instant with a dash of cold milk.

If you are interested in trying white coffee try a search on Google.

Comments

The Best White Coffee I ever tried

I always drink white coffee, the taste is strong and rich. There are so many brands out there. But the only brand of white coffee that satisfy me is BEVANDA. The taste of the BEVANDA premium white coffee is really awesome and perfect. I couldn't taste that elsewhere after I tasted it from a friend house. Unfortunately you cannot get it easily in the supermarket or hypermarket, but luckily I found that they got an online shop (http://shop.bevandavending.com), I'm buying online every week now, and the shipping fee is FREE in Malaysia! ^^ 
Here is the official site of BEVANDA: http://www.bevandavending.com

BEVANDA White Coffee

Yes, I bought the white coffee from BEVANDA. Their White Coffee is really good one. And their service is very good, I received the white coffee from them on the next day after I purchase. Thumbs up!!! Love their white coffee.

Where to find white coffee

You can find white coffee called white knuckle in this amazing little coffee shop in Troy, Montana It's amazing ---- it's under roasted giving the coffee a wonderful nutty flavor.. The town is small, very very small right on the Montana Idaho border about 144 miles from Spokane, WA. The scenery is gorgeous there as well. You can also do a google search for white lightning coffee... It's also pretty good.

I first tried white coffee in

I first tried white coffee in Libby, MT, not too far from Troy. Hav'A'Java was the hut. It was great! I had it as a white chocolate frappe. The combination of the nutty flavor of white coffee and white chocolate was amazing.

Troy MT coffee

That wound be Main Street Perk and they are  exactly the  reason I googled white coffee!  So nice to see someone else noticed!

Boot Knock'n Good!

First time I had white roast coffee was at Main Street Perk in Troy, MT. They're the reason I'm searching white coffee now! Great shop, great coffee and sandwiches.

White coffee

This is funny. We were just camping over by Troy. We had to run into town and we got some white coffee. We have now spent the last few days trying to find a place as good as the one in Montana. Amazing place.

ReBoot, a half coffee shop

ReBoot, a half coffee shop and half computer repair center makes a mean white coffee drink in Spokane.It's right across the street from the Fred Meyer on Thor.  

White coffeeeee

You can find it at Cash and Carry in Spokane Valley.. Going there tright now to pick some up.. Happy java everyone!

I also found it in the cash

I also found it in the cash and carry on division in Spokane Washington. Thanks to you and this forum. My girlfriend has been talking about it non stop and can now make her the white coffee she always raves about for far les than $5 per drink.

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