Brazilian Hot Buttered Toffee Coffee

buttered-toffee-coffeeA great thick ice cream drink Brazilian coffee recipe with a little bit of alcohol to make it a hot and cold.

Brazilian hot buttered toffee coffee has a worldwide inheritance, just like Brazil; A drink full of contrasts from the country of syncretism. Check it out!

 

Try different types of commercial or gourmet Brazilian coffee until you find the right one for this recipe and for you.

Hot Buttered Toffee Coffee Brazilian Style

Ingredients

  • 4 oz. coffee mocha ice cream
  • 6 oz. hot Brazilian coffee
  • 2 tbsp butterscotch topping
  • 2 tsp almond liqueur
  • whipped topping
  • 1 tbsp toffee pieces
  • 1 small pinch of cinnamon
  • 1 tiny pinch of powdered cloves

Instructions

  1. Put a spoon ice cream into a large coffee mug.
  2. Pour the coffee in.
  3. Add the tiny pinch of powdered cloves
  4. Stir slightly.
  5. Pour on the butterscotch topping and almond liqueur over ice cream.
  6. Pinch of cinnamon.
  7. Garnish with whipped cream
  8. Sprinkle of toffee chips and a bit more cinnamon.

Our butter toffee coffee has it all: Ice cream, coffee, almonds and touch of Gabriela spice. That’s the face of Brazil; a little bit of every culture.

That’s what we love about it.

This is a great Brazilian coffee drink for people that don’t want too much alcohol in a hot tropical summer weather.

 

4 thoughts on “Brazilian Hot Buttered Toffee Coffee

  • 2016-06-13 at 7:55 am
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    Oh my goodness I can almost taste this already!
    Do you just leave the brazillian coffee black and unsweetened before adding the ice-cream?
    Could you use butterscotch schnapps instead of the butterscotch sauce?
    I really like the sound of this for a dessert. I will give it a go at my next dinner party.
    Thanks, Kris

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    • 2016-06-13 at 7:21 pm
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      Hi, Kris,

      Wow! I think those seem to great ideas for new coffee dessert variations! Will have to test them out.

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing them.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-09-06 at 8:49 am
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    Hi There Buddy,

    Thanks for this excellent recipe and rather “Italian” sort of way of enjoying a coffee. It does sound to me a little like an Italian Affogato but with a Brazillian twist.

    I actually very much like my coffee cold, how do you think this would go if I replace the “Hot coffee” with nice iced coffee?

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    • 2016-09-10 at 7:12 am
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      Hello, Derek,

      I think it can be a fantastic option. Why don’t you try it out and come back to tell us what you think?

      Cheers!

      Reply

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