Brazilian Black Magic Coffee

From the roots of an ancient African religion folklore, comes this Brazilian Black Magic Coffee recipe that will boost your wild side. Heat it up!

Brazilian Black Magic Coffee

My mother’s family, in the early 20th century, employed a freed slave old lady. She was an old African-Brazilian cook that was truly a sorcerer in the kitchen.

She introduced this recipe to my great grand father’s family and I can only imagine how those traditional Italian immigrants felt the first time they tasted it.

Brazilian Black Magic Coffee - Café Preto do Candomblé

Yield: 8 = 1 (1003 g)

Serving Size: about half cup

Calories per serving: 3

Fat per serving: 0.3

Carbs per serving: 0.1

Protein per serving: 0.3

Sugar per serving: 0.1

Sodium per serving: 7

Brazilian Black Magic Coffee - Café Preto do Candomblé

Cachaça is a type of Brazilian tequila made from cane molasses.

Ingredients

  • 10 ounces hot black Brazilian coffee ( freshly brewed)
  • 1/4 teaspoon chocolate extract, or to taste
  • 1/4 teaspoon hazelnut extract, or to taste
  • 1/4 teaspoon cachaça, or to taste
  • sugar, or subtitute, to taste

Instructions

  1. Pour fresh coffee into mug.
  2. Add the extracts and sugar.
  3. Add the cachaça.
  4. Stir and enjoy!

Notes

Numbers above are for the version without sugar.

The name in English is Brazilian Black Magic Coffee

I, myself, tried Brazilian Black Magic Coffee for the first time on a freezing night at our farm with some friends. The beverage took care of the cold completely. It is very strange to notice, now, that it took me so long to savor this exquisite African-Brazilian recipe.

 

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2 thoughts on “Brazilian Black Magic Coffee

  • 2016-08-01 at 1:26 pm
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    Great article. I like coffee. As a matter of fact I drink coffee three to four times a day. I have never tried Brazilian black magic coffee. Are there any benefits from that mixture compound? Is it good for weight loss? I think I’m going to try this Brazilian coffee recipe with my friends.

    Keep up the good work.

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    • 2016-08-05 at 3:27 pm
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      Hello, Karlo,

      Thanks for your kind words. Besides tasting good, I think you may get a little rush after the first or second sip, but oo much of it will probably get you drunk. haha. I have no information regarding weight loss unless its plain green coffee.

      Cheers!

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