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· Artisanal coffee liqueurs. Matthew Foster is the 2019 USA Coffee in Good Spirits Champion and manager of The Annex, a specialty coffee shop in St. Louis, Missouri. He believes that the best at-home cocktail recipe is the easiest one. He says that a good artisanal coffee liqueur is an easy way to elevate almost any coffee cocktail, making them incredibly versatile.
· For the whipped coffee preparation, combine coffee, sugar in a large bowl. Add 2 tbsp of hot water & whisk with an electric beater on high for 3 mins (you can see the coffee is starting to change color). At this point, the coffee becomes thick. You can also add a little water if the mixer is concentrated enough to mix.
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· While Cape Velvet Cream is made with brandy, coffee and cream, Amarula is made with sugar, cream and the fruit of the African marula tree. Amarula has more of a fruity caramel flavor. I imagine it would be tough to make homemade Amarula liqueur, as it would be difficult to replicate the flavor of the marula fruit.
· It’s soft serve coffee ice cream with a shot of espresso in a glazed donut cone. You can check it out here. The store also sells amazing-looking cupcakes with rainbows, donuts on top, and sugary goodness. I think I am in heaven. When I go back next year to visit my grandma in Tampa I am 100% stopping to get something from this bakery.
· Add 2 tablespoons of coffee. Screw the press on tight ensuring that the coffee is packed well. Boil your water and pour your hot water into the coffee press. Wait for 5 minutes. This press drips very slowly. When the brewing has completed, stir the coffee well. Add 2 tablespoons of condensed milk into an empty glass.
· Wrap the coffee cozy around the cup. Lay flat the hair elastic. Mark the spot for the button on each side. Hand stitches the button at the same time with the one on the opposite side. Your coffee cup cozy is ready to use. When you want to show the reverse side, flip the sleeve for the finger to the opposite side.
· Once sugar dissolves add milk powder batter. Cook till milk thickness in consistency or for 8 minutes. After 8 minutes turn off the heat and keep on stirring till the mixture cools down a bit. Let the milk cool down completely and then add to the mixer with mango puree. Next add malai and blend for 1-2 minutes.
· While the brioche was soft and fluffy, I personally preferred a thicker cut with a more chewy texture, which would be a nice contrast to the crunchy pumpkin seeds and pomegranate. The only dessert on the menu is the Waffle-licious ($13) made from 3 pieces of waffles with seasonal berries, peaches, almond flakes and coffee caramel.
· Tanjong Pagar which means “cape of stakes” in Malay, is a historically-rich district located within the CBD of Singapore. Surrounded by office buildings, there are plenty of food choices including vibrant bars, Korean BBQ restaurants, and hawker centres such as Amoy Street Food Centre and Tanjong Pagar Food Centre, as well as cafes for brunch, desserts, and coffee.