How to make Jahe Tubruk in Coffee Talk

Jahe Tubruk is a coffee-based drink that's packed with ginger. Here's how to make it in Coffee Talk.

Coffee Talk is, by and large, a relaxing game. Listening to conversations and serving beverages to warm the belly and soul. However, occasionally you’ll be asked to make a drink that you’ve likely never heard of before. Green teas, genmaicha and espressos are one thing, but knowing how to make a Jahe Tubruk is another entirely. Thankfully, where there is an internet, there are folks like us who’ve been there are done it already. If you want to know how to make Jahe Tubruk in Coffee Talk, simply scroll down the page.

How to make Jahe Tubruk in Coffee Talk

How to make Jahe Tubruk in Coffee Talk
 
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Jahe Tubruk is a drink requested by pop star Rachel’s father. It’s a coffee-based drink that’s laced with ginger, and if we were into coffee ourselves, it honestly sounds pretty great. To make Jahe Tubruk in Coffee Talk you need to use the following three ingredients:

  • Coffee
  • Coffee
  • Ginger

Jahe is ginger in Indonesian, and the drink is likely inspired by the tastes of developer Toge Production’s team in Indonesia. It’s a simple recipe with a double coffee base that’s topped with ginger. However, if you haven’t heard the name before then it’ll probably throw you into a bit of a panic. Don’t be afraid to experiment a bit in Coffee Talk, as you’re given a generous five chance to make the drink requested. That said, you can always come back here for more recipe tips if you’re ever unsure. Unlike Coffee Talk, we’re always open

So you’ve now learned how to make Jahe Tubruk in Coffee Talk, but there are many more drinks out there. So if you’re interested in learning more about Coffee Talk, allow us to serve up a few fine links below for you to sample:

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