Mexican Coffee Recipe, Brazilian Style

Mexican coffee recipe, Brazilian style! Who could ask for anything more? The Latin-Carribean way of drinking your bean juice! Check it out!

Mexican Coffee Recipe Brazilian Style

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.

A liqueur mojo is an option cocktail with a shot of liqueur. It may be served in a proper glass, usually with cream and sugar.

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.

Liqueur coffee is especially popular in Spanish Galicia. They consider it a traditional liquor. Nationally acknowledged throughout Spain as “carajillo”, it is prepared from a mixture of coffee, sugar, and strong distilled alcoholic liquor like orujo, aguardiente or rum.


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6 thoughts on “Mexican Coffee Recipe, Brazilian Style

  • 2016-09-12 at 12:24 pm

    Great post! I love the story behind how this amazing cup of coffee came to existence. Isn’t that the best way. Accidental Invention. I’m not much of a coffee drinker unless of course it taste like a dessert which this one seems to fit that bill. Excited to try it. Thanks for the recipe and great story behind it.

    • 2016-09-17 at 10:11 am

      Hello, Cary,

      Thanks for leaving your impressions. Cheers!

  • 2018-03-02 at 10:30 am

    Cool article. I enjoy a good cup of coffee and this sounds like a suitably exotic recipe.

    Like Cary comments above, I love the element of accident, with your daughter dropping the marmalade in your coffee. Sounds like a real “Eureka!” moment. Anyway, I will definitely give this recipe a try.

    Best, al

    • 2018-03-12 at 10:49 am

      Hahaha. Eureka! I hope Archimedes is reading this now, wherever he is… 

      Thanks for your kind comments. Cheers!

  • 2019-07-09 at 11:18 am


    Thank you for coffee recipe, I really really like the way you explained it, Me and my family will be trying it next week. I wonder if I can use Persian saffron in it… Maybe a twist in it? What do you think?


    • 2019-07-10 at 12:21 pm

      I’m generally all for experimenting. Start with very small amounts and keep increasing until you find that you crossed the line. Then come back and tell us what happened. Cheers!


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