The thick coffee, in two small gilt-edged cups and with that bitter bite of near-burnt Arabic chicory, has gone cold.
The specific gravity of an infusion of chicory is also much higher than that of coffee.
A scent came from her, too—but faint, as ever was the scent of chicory flower.
I have heard of chicory; isn't it used as a substitute for coffee?
In some countries they mix them with coffee just as chicory is used in Europe.
It will be interesting and useful to trace the history of the trade in chicory from its first introduction.
How may the presence of chicory in ground coffee be detected?
This corolla occurs in many composite plants, as in the florets of dandelion, daisy and chicory.
Then disappointed and vexed, Jack turned to chicory as if it was his fault.
Many habitual coffee drinkers cannot tolerate the use of chicory, which is a doubtful improver of coffee.
late 14c., cicoree (modern form from mid-15c.), from Middle French cichorée "endive, chicory" (15c., Modern French chicorée), from Latin cichoreum, from Greek kikhorion (plural kikhoreia) "endive," of unknown origin. Klein suggests a connection with Old Egyptian keksher. The modern English form is from French influence.