Canadian Coffee - A Wonderful Coffee Recipe
Canadian coffee is Warming and comforting decoction! I am sure this would be wonderful in Canada on a cold snowy day. But then it is Summer in India and I still relish my coffee creations. As a result, this gem was created last evening in succession to Alexander Espresso the evening before. It seems it is going to be a serious coffee week.
The maple syrup and whipped cream are amazing in this concoction. The taste of whisky isn’t too strong since the maple syrup really mellows it out.
Canadian Coffee & Ice Cream
If you have no whipped cream, think about using some ice cream and mix the maple syrup into it. Trust me. It’ll be really yummy! As Cafe Alessandro, Canadian Coffee can also be used as a wonderful end to a meal!
Historians argue that a man by name captain John Smith introduced coffee to North America.
However, accounts of this statement, coffee is also claimed to have been in existence before the captain arrived in Canada. In the early days of Canada, coffee houses abounded. They served coffees, alcohol and other beverages.
So, do Canadians have a national coffee drink? Apart from their favourite maple-flavoured espresso, Canadians don’t really have a national coffee drink shows my countless browsing of available webpages. They love their coffee, period. This seems to be a part of the genesis and romance of both the Canadian Coffee & Maple Syrup.
But do try the following recipe of Canadian Coffee or Canada-fied Irish Coffee. This twist is spiked with Canadian Rye whisky and a drizzle of maple syrup. It is then topped with maple-laced whipped cream, of course for super deliciousness.
Recipe of Canadian Coffee or Canada-fied Irish Coffee
|what goes in?||what kinds?||how much?|
|Maple syrup||1/4 Cup|
|Rye Whisky||1/2 Cup|
|Freshly Brewed Coffee||Hot & Strong||3 Cups|
|For the topping|
|Whipped heavy cream||3/4 Cup|
|Maple syrup||4 Tablespoons|
- Get your ingredients ready.
- Take your Moka Pot and brew really strong coffee with water.
- While the coffee is brewing, whip heavy cream with maple syrup.
- Whip up soft mounds; set it aside.
- Warm the 4 coffee mugs. The easy way to do this: let hot water sit in the mug, then empty it out.
- Divide maple syrup and rye whisky among 4 coffee mugs.
- Pour in coffee to 1 inch of top; spoon topping over coffee.
- Top with a collar of the whipped heavy cream by sliding the dollop gently over the back of the spoon.
- Serve hot.
Recipe Notes - Canadian Coffee
- You may garnish the Canadian Coffee with chocolate shavings however this is optional.
Lightly whipped will give you a frothy cream collar on top. If you want to pile the cream high, you’ll need to whip it to medium-stiff peaks.
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