Mexican coffee recipe, Brazilian style! Who could ask for anything more? The Latin-Carribean way of drinking your bean juice! Check it out!
My cousin Didi went to Mexico just to ride the donkeys. After a few years there, she returned with the original recipe for this drink. A few hours of experimentation and we came with this new secret formula, Mexican Coffee Recipe Brazilian Style, after my daughter accidentally dropped some mango marmalade inside my mug.
What can I say? She’s a culinary genius!
You can try this recipe with any commercial or gourmet Brazilian coffee.
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Liqueur brewsters are all alternatives to what is generally recognized as Irish coffee, hot Java with whiskey and a coat of non-whipped cream floating on top.
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