Chicory Coffee refers to a coffee concoction from New Orleans of ground and roasted root of a European variety of chicory added to ground coffee in varying proportions. Adding the roasted root of chicory was originally used for reasons of economy, but the practice of drinking coffee with chicory remained and is now favored by many New Orleanians. It lends an added bitterness to the original taste of coffee..

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