This Brazilian Coffee Affogato recipe is a tropical variation of an already classic drink turned dessert. Check out the amazing topicality!
This affogato os one pf the best tasting coffee desserts I have tried and done at home.
Easy enough to execute, it only takes a little preparation time for the cold brew to get ready.
Since the coffee flavors are obtained without heat, the results are smoother, but you can still use leftover strong coffee with great results.
You can use the coffee concentrate straight on ice cream or gelato for a classic Italian treat – affogato.
A great Italian treat with a little tropical charm.
- 2/3 cup medium-coarse ground Brazilian coffee
- 3 cups cold water
- a pinch o cinnamon
- a pinch of cloves
- 2 scoops vanilla ice cream
- Some orange syrup, or any desnse orange liqueur of choice
- 2 tablespoons shaved dark chocolate
- Whisk together ground coffee, cinnamon, cloves and cold water in a small bowl.
- Cover and let rest for 12 to 24 hours.
- Whisk and filter into a bowl.
- Place ice cream scoops in cups.
- Pour over a generous spread of syrup.
- Pour gently a desired amount of cold Brazilian coffee over the ice cream.
- Garnish with the chocolate.
Amounts are just a suggestion. This recipe should entirely done "to taste".
“An affogato (Italian, “drowned”) is a coffee-based dessert. It usually takes the form of a scoop of vanilla gelato or ice cream topped with a shot of hot espresso. As the drink has evolved it is now perfectly acceptable to have multiple scoops of ice cream. Some variations also include a shot of Amaretto, Bicerin or other liqueur. It is considered one drink, not a combination of coffee and ice cream. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, “affogato” entered the English language by 1992.”
Affogato. (2016, September 12). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 21:52, September 30, 2016, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Affogato&oldid=739091482