Spanish coffee

Indulge in the rich flavors of Spanish coffee with these delicious recipes. From classic cortado to creamy cafe con leche, discover how to make the perfect cup of Spanish coffee at home.
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Almost everyone loves coffee, booze, and fire. But the effect is synergistic when those three ingredients come together in one dazzling drink. Try this flaming Spanish coffee recipe to impress your friends with a fiery performance while simultaneously benefitting from the boost of coffee and the kick of a stiff drink.

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Michal Rábek
What is a Spanish latte, and how to make Cafe con Leche at home? Spanish Latte Ingredients: - 100ml scalded milk - 2 tbsp sweetened condensed milk - 2 shots of espresso To learn more about the best recipe for a Spanish latte; iced version included, read our blog article now! Espresso, Latte, Condensed Milk, Cafe, Juice, Barista, Juice Jam, Ingredients, Milk

What is a Spanish latte, and how to make Cafe con Leche at home? Spanish Latte Ingredients: - 100ml scalded milk - 2 tbsp sweetened condensed milk - 2 shots of espresso To learn more about the best recipe for a Spanish latte; iced version included, read our blog article now!

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Traum Kaffee Roastery
Spanish Coffee Review: Spanish Coffee Recipe

So, I get asked a lot, "How do you make a Spanish Coffee the correct way?". Well, there are so many variations, and everyone might have their preference on taste, but there are a few essential components to this wonderful drink, and once you follow these general guidelines, you can experiment which different variations depending on what you have available. The general make-up of a Spanish Coffee is as follows: 1oz Rum 1.5 oz Coffee Liqueur (Kahlua, Tia Maria, etc.) 0.5 oz Orange Liqueur…

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Jennifer Pepper
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Almost ten years ago, when I came to Spain, I couldn't just imagine a day without coffee - in a large mug with hot milk and sugar - now, I prefer tea, especially the green one - without milk and sugar:). At the beginning of my Spanish adventure, I lived in a small mountainous village in Almeria province, where I learnt a traditional way of preparing and serving coffee. From the beginning I used to drink café con leche - coffee with hot milk (more or less half and half) served in a teacup. I…

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Castoldimiriam