3 ways to turn coffee into dessert
(NC)—Some dinner party coffees are so eye-catching no dessert is necessary. Here’s how to do it with flare, from Europe’s most popular brand, Tchibo:
4 tbsp Exclusive Mild, smooth and rich roasted coffee
1 tbsp cocoa powder
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
4 shots (3 tbsp per shot) coffee liqueur
For 4 servings: Put coffee, cocoa and cinnamon in a coffee filter and brew 4 cups. In heat resistant glasses, or mugs, pour one shot of coffee liqueur each and add the mocha-cinnamon coffee brew. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle with cinnamon.
1 cup Exclusive full-bodied roasted coffee
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 shot (3 tbsp) Irish whiskey
Heavy cream, slightly whipped
For individual servings: Pour fresh brewed coffee into a pre-warmed, heat resistant glass to 3/4 full. Add brown sugar and stir until dissolved. Add Irish whiskey. Top with cream and serve immediately while hot.
1 shot (3 tbsp) almond liqueur
1 shot orange liqueur
Fresh-brewed Exclusive Decaffeinated full-bodied coffee
1 cinnamon stick
For individual servings: Pour almond liqueur into a heat resistant glass, or mug. Add coffee, top with whipped cream. Trickle shot of orange liqueur over cream and serve with a cinnamon stick.
Tip By Tchibo: Hard water affects the flavour of coffee, so it should boil well before use in all methods of brewing. Coffee connoisseurs make sure, however, that the water remains below boiling point once brewing begins. Serve coffee within 30 minutes for optimal taste.