Putting Blue Cheese in Coffee
You asked for cheese, so I bring you cheese.
So let’s say you order a pizza and two dipping sauces. You eat the pizza, dipping all the way, but in the end you still have half a blue cheese dipping sauce left over. What could you possibly do? Well, when you run a blog called Putting Weird Things in Coffee, the answer is obvious.
Mind those leftover pizza crumbs!
It looked okay at first. I eagerly anticipated the smooth, creamy, savoury goodness. Then I stirred.
It immediately became a curdled mess. The smell was oddly familiar, not unlike vomit after the drunken inhalation of late-night street pizza.
I couldn’t just dump it without at least one sip, so I bravely filled the cup and plunged in.
As soon as my lips hit the coffee, I knew it wasn’t going to end well. It was a multi-step experience; the top layer of curdled blue cheese had a sour taste that hurt my tongue. Then the actual coffee broke through and added some earthy bitterness. I forced myself to swallow, but now I’m regretting it, because it’s been half an hour since that sip and both the taste in my mouth and the feeling in my belly resemble having just gotten my guts forcibly ripped from my body, through my mouth.
All in all, I don’t recommend putting blue cheese in coffee.