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“CHOCOLATE MACADAMIA” On Ice

“CHOCOLATE MACADAMIA” On Ice

ICED CHOCOLATE MACADAMIA NUT LATTE

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 ½ TBSP (1 ¼ OZ) TORANI
  • CHOCOLATE MACADAMIA NUT SYRUP
  • 1 CUP (8OZ) MILK
  • 2 SHOTS ESPRESSO*, CHILLED
  • ICE

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. COMBINE CHILLED ESPRESSO*, MILK AND TORANI IN A TALL GLASS FILLED WITH ICE AND STIR WELL. *CAN SUBSTITUTE 1/2 CUP STRONG BREWED COFFEE

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http://www.torani.com

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Signature Matcha

Signature Matcha

But first, coffee… with beloved LA-based caffeine purveyors Alfred serving coffee, their signature matcha and easy food to take away in the lobby.

ALFRED MATCHA: MADE IN THE SHADE
In American café culture, Matcha is the biggest sensation since the adoption of specialty, locally-roasted coffee.

The green powder has snuck into lattés, popping up in your Insta feed between one and 3,457 times daily, and its traditional form – as tea – is undergoing a renaissance in every coffee shop from Koreatown to Kansas.

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Cocktail Coffee Drinks

Cocktail Coffee Drinks

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DIRECTIONS

Irish coffee was invented in 1943 by Joe Sheridan, the chef at the oldflying-boat base at Foynes, County Clare, near the present site ofShannon Airport. Sheridan invented this drink as something warming and welcoming to give the tired passengers when they got off the warm plane into what was very likely to be cold, wet and windy weather.

Nowadays, Shannon Airport often tries to take the credit for the invention of the drink…but as they say in Ireland, “even the dogs in the street” know better. The only recognition Joe Sheridan seems to have received is in the naming after him of the Irish coffee liqueur, Sheridan’s, and the fact that the 24-hour airside bar at Shannon (across from the famous Shannon Duty-Free, first duty-free shop in the world) has also been named “Sheridan’s”.

Many variants of this drink have evolved over many years, but this is Joe’s original recipe, as reported by Irish food researcher and celebrity cook Biddy White Lennon.

Steps

1

Heat the glass. Add the whiskey, add the sugar and the hot coffee.

2

Float the cream on top of the coffee. To do this, pour into a spoon rested just on the surface of the coffee: let the cream flow into the bowl of the spoon and overflow onto the coffee. Lift the spoon as the cream builds up, so that a layer of cream builds up on top of the coffee.

Do NOT try this in coffee without sugar in it: it’s the presence of the sugar that allows the cream to float successfully.

3

Serve. The coffee is supposed to be drunk through the cool cream, not stirred in.

Enjoy!

http://www.realirishdesserts.com

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LOST PET POSTING!

LOST PET POSTING!
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Lost pet posting

 
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A MAN AND HIS DOG…

Just hangin’ out…

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Being a Boba Barista

Being a Boba Barista

The fast-growing drink trend, called “boba,” that originated in small tea shops from Taiwan during the 1980s has made its way across the Pacific Ocean to America and is gaining popularity rapidly.

The boba (aka the tiny, chewy black balls at the bottom of the drink) is made from tapioca, which is a gluten-free starch extracted from the root of a cassava plant. The actual drink is made from a tea base mixed with milk and flavoring. source

Boba Pearl Coffee Milk

Are you a coffee lover? Do you want drink coffee milk with chewy texture in it? You can trying this recipe at home. Try this simple boba pearl coffee milk, which is consist of coffee, milk, palm sugar syrup, and boba pearls in it.

Course Drinks
Keyword boba, coffee, milk, pearl
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 2 glasses

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Cook raw boba pearl according to package direction. Set aside. Or you can use ready to eat boba pearl.
  2. In a small saucepan bring to boil palm sugar and water until all palm sugar has been dissolved and the texture is syrupy. Turn off the heat and let cool at room temperature.
  3. In a glass add 1,5 tbsp boba pearl. Fill the glass with ice cubes fully. Add 125 ml espresso and half of the palm sugar syrup. Add milk until the glass full.
  4. Boba pearl coffee milk is ready to serve.

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Black Jack Coffee Recipe

Black Jack Coffee Recipe

Ingredients :

– 3/4 oz brandy
– 3/4 oz kirschwasser® cherry brandy
– 1 cup cold coffee
– 1 tsp sugar
Use a “In glass” for Black Jack drink recipe

stir over ice cubes in a small highball glass, and serve.
Serve in “Highball Glass” Garnish: No

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