Do you take your coffee with milk, sugar or egg yolk? A cafe in New York has brought traditional Korean egg coffee to the U.S., where the baristas stir an egg yolk into your cappuccino.

The 'egg cappuccino' is made by separating the egg yolk from the whites and dropping it into the espresso. Then, cream is whisked into a foam that's poured on top and coated with cocoa. Looks tasty enough, but Twitter can't get over the fact that there is an entire raw egg yolk sitting in that coffee.

But some brave souls are open to it:

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