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Greggs white coffee. How to make?

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Hi Guy's recently tried Gregg's white coffee and fell in love lol. As I'm a student I can't afford to buy one everyday plus its not local to me. Can someone tell me how to make Gregg's white coffee at… Read More
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3w, 3d agoPosted 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Hi Guy's recently tried Gregg's white coffee and fell in love lol. As I'm a student I can't afford to buy one everyday plus its not local to me. Can someone tell me how to make Gregg's white coffee at home. Don't have any fancy machines.
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3w, 3d agoPosted 3 weeks, 3 days ago
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#1
I don't know about Greg's but if u put 2 tsp coffee ur sugar in a mug
Boil mug of milk at slow heat (use blue milk)
Once near boiled the cream comes on top of milk pick it up from a spoon and put it in ur mug,
Now use the spoon to make all three a paste for good 5 min at least the colour of paste should turn into slight coffee colour like in a shade card
Now pour boiling milk and stir and u got your self a lovely frothy latte
#2
Since you are a student and probably don't have much to do most days of the week why don't you get a part time job down the Greggs. That way you can learn thier secret and let us all know.

Edited By: 666FU on Apr 06, 2017 05:58
#3
I'd try putting spoon of coffee in a cup and pour boiling water in. Then add milk and sugar if needed.
#4
666FU
Since you are a student and probably don't have much to do most days of the week why don't you get a part time job down the Greggs. That way you can learn thier secret and let us all know.

Greggs require ability to work from 6am to 6pm regardless of how many hours a week the job is you must be able to work anytime within that or no interview for you.
#5
In answer to the OP why don't you just Google white coffee, then experiment until you find one you like it may even be better then greggs

http://yorkcoffeeemporium.co.uk/blog/flat-white-example-page/
#7
Use a cafetiere and experiment
#8
Or buy these.
#9
You are a student. Drink normal coffee. Use the experience as a reward or incentive when you graduate.
#10
missleading
Have never been in Greggs. :(
Try half a mug of instant Asda Gold Roast coffee, topped up by a carton of Ambrosia custard which has been warmed for 30 secs in the microwave.
I have to ask, why are you trying to answer a question related to Greggs coffee then?

it's like the answers on Amazon, "I don't know, I don't own this Toaster"
#11
1 heaped coffee, 1 coffee whitener, milk, 2 sugars lovely.
#12
Try swapping the milk for condensed milk.
#13
missleading
dataload
missleading
Have never been in Greggs. :(
Try half a mug of instant Asda Gold Roast coffee, topped up by a carton of Ambrosia custard which has been warmed for 30 secs in the microwave.
I have to ask, why are you trying to answer a question related to Greggs coffee then?
it's like the answers on Amazon, "I don't know, I don't own this Toaster"
He's asking how to recreate a flat white?
Can someone tell me how to make Gregg's white coffee at home
if you've never been, you don't know what it tastes like..
#14
If you sign up the the "Greggs Rewards App" you'll get a free coffee (don't forget to ask for a large) when signing up, if you make it your birthday the next day, you'll also get a free cake tomorrow.
#15
for fecks sake let's all get down to Greggs and try one
#16
dataload
missleading
dataload
missleading
Have never been in Greggs. :(
Try half a mug of instant Asda Gold Roast coffee, topped up by a carton of Ambrosia custard which has been warmed for 30 secs in the microwave.
I have to ask, why are you trying to answer a question related to Greggs coffee then?
it's like the answers on Amazon, "I don't know, I don't own this Toaster"
He's asking how to recreate a flat white?
Can someone tell me how to make Gregg's white coffee at home
if you've never been, you don't know what it tastes like..

Do you need to try every single latte, cappuccino...?
#17
missleading
dataload
missleading
dataload
missleading
Have never been in Greggs. :(
Try half a mug of instant Asda Gold Roast coffee, topped up by a carton of Ambrosia custard which has been warmed for 30 secs in the microwave.
I have to ask, why are you trying to answer a question related to Greggs coffee then?
it's like the answers on Amazon, "I don't know, I don't own this Toaster"
He's asking how to recreate a flat white?
Can someone tell me how to make Gregg's white coffee at home
if you've never been, you don't know what it tastes like..
Do you need to try every single latte, cappuccino...?
only if you want to be able to answer a question about a specific latte / cappuccino

if someone asked me how to recreate a big mac, I couldn't say "never had one but get some aldi burgers and ketchup, it'll taste the same even though I don't know what a big mac tastes like"
#18
missleading
dataload
missleading
dataload
missleading
Have never been in Greggs. :(
Try half a mug of instant Asda Gold Roast coffee, topped up by a carton of Ambrosia custard which has been warmed for 30 secs in the microwave.
I have to ask, why are you trying to answer a question related to Greggs coffee then?
it's like the answers on Amazon, "I don't know, I don't own this Toaster"
He's asking how to recreate a flat white?
Can someone tell me how to make Gregg's white coffee at home
if you've never been, you don't know what it tastes like..
Do you need to try every single latte, cappuccino...?
Your username is very appropriate ;)

Unsure why the best answer is the first one yet has the most down votes.....

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