White Coffee Recipe

A picture of =auto(("B")

What is White Coffee?

White Coffee is a unique and lesser-known coffee preparation that originates from Malaysia. Unlike the traditional dark roasted coffee beans, White Coffee is made from coffee beans that are roasted at lower temperatures, resulting in beans with a lighter color. This gentle roasting process gives the coffee a milder and nuttier flavor profile compared to regular coffee. White Coffee is often enjoyed with sweetened condensed milk, creating a creamy and satisfying coffee experience.

How to Make White Coffee at Home:

Making White Coffee at home requires specially roasted white coffee beans and sweetened condensed milk. Here's how to make this delightful coffee treat:


  • White coffee beans (available pre-roasted or roasted at a lower temperature)
  • Hot water
  • Sweetened condensed milk


  1. Grind the white coffee beans to your preferred consistency, similar to how you would grind regular coffee beans for your preferred brewing method.
  2. Boil water to the desired temperature, typically between 195°F to 205°F (90°C to 96°C).
  3. Prepare your coffee maker or coffee brewing equipment of choice.
  4. Add the ground white coffee to the filter or brewing chamber.
  5. Pour hot water over the coffee grounds, and let it steep and brew for a few minutes.
  6. Meanwhile, prepare a cup with sweetened condensed milk to your taste preference.
  7. Once the coffee is brewed, pour it into the cup with the sweetened condensed milk.
  8. Stir well to mix the coffee and condensed milk, creating the classic White Coffee.
  9. Enjoy your homemade White Coffee, and experience the unique flavor and creaminess that sets it apart from regular coffee.

White Coffee offers a distinctive taste and a delightful combination of gentle coffee flavors and the richness of sweetened condensed milk. It's a special coffee treat that you can enjoy whenever you desire a milder and creamier coffee experience.