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[PHOTO] Zagreb Cafe Offering Multicoloured Coffee

Multicoloured coffee at Cafe Sjedi 5 (photo credit: Sjedi 5)

Multicoloured coffee at Cafe Sjedi 5 (photo credit: Sjedi 5)

Cafe bar Sjedi 5, which opened its doors earlier this month in Zagreb, has something on the menu to brighten up the day – multicoloured coffee…

Sjedi 5 on Tkalčićeva street is the only cafe currently in the Croatian capital serving multicoloured coffee. The colourful coffee designs, which is nothing new abroad, is created by adding food colouring used for cakes to steamed milk. The colouring is edible but does not have any flavour or smell and is basically only a decoration for the coffee.

Sjedi 5 currently use four colours – red, green, blue and yellow – with the baristas adding their own personal designs to make the ‘happy’ coffees.

The price of the multicoloured coffee is exactly the same as the ordinary coffee – 10 kuna.

Sjedi 5 plan to also offer on the menu multicoloured crepes over the winter and have already done a test batch. The cafe boasts that all products they serve, besides Coca-Cola, are Croatian.

(photos: Sjedi 5/Facebook)

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