There are many different theories about the discovery of coffee. One of this stories told by a shepherd in Ethiopia somewhere around 850th year. One morning this shepard noticed that some of his goats after eating small red berries are especially vivid.
When he later met a couple of monks, he told them about it.
The monks tried the fruit immediately, but they were disappoint about the bitter taste of the berries and throw them into the fire.
After this spread out a delicious aroma, gently they made a decoction from the roasted fruit now. So enthusiastic about the flavor and the effect they praised the new drink as a gift God because he helped them during their prayers to stay awake.
4 cups of strong coffee Mami's Gran Crema Coffee
120 grams of dark chocolate
4 tablespoons of whipped cream
4 tablespoons of cream
Sugar (to sweeten)
a dozen puffs
Prepare a mocha coffee. Melt in a saucepan, over medium heat (not to fry), chopped dark chocolate . Prepare 4 cups and add some cream. Once the coffee is ready, pour it into the cups. Sweeten with some sugar and then mix the melted chocolate with coffee. Then spray in each cup some whipped cream. Eventually, with a colander, sprinkle on each cup some cocoa powder and then sprinkle it with some cinnamon. Serve the coffee with puffs with honey or apricot jam.
Take a glass of 0.20 liters and preheat it with boiling water. Then insert a teaspoon of brown sugar and a shot of Irish whiskey (you can use such as Jameson or Bushmills). Then add a cup of weak coffee and stir until the sugar dissolves. Meanwhile, pour the cream into a shaker and begin to shake for about ten seconds until the cream is not mounted slightly. Then add the cream with a spoon, without stirring!
The Irish Coffee should be drunk without stirring his coffee with cream.
Biscotti al caffè
200 g of wheat flour
175 g of butter
75 g of sugar
Half cup Mami’s Caffè Dolce Vita ristretto
50 g of Mami's Chocolate powder
Half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder
2 teaspoons baking powder
A pinch of salt
2-3 tablespoons of milk
Soften the butter cut into pieces at room temperature or microwave. Then work the butter in a bowl with a whisk together the sugar and cinnamon until the mixture is creamy. Add half cup of strong coffee. Then add the cocoa powder and a pinch of salt. Continue to beat with a whisk and stir in the flour and baking powder, if at this point the mixture is a bit 'hard, add a few tablespoons of milk. Mix everything well. Distribute spoonfuls on the plate of the oven giving a rosette shape. Cover the baking tray and bake for about 10 minutes in oven at 180 ° C.
Spaghetti al caffè
For lovers of coffee and pasta, that's a winning combination: spaghetti with coffee.
Ingredients (for 4/5 People)
400 g spaghetti number 5
200 g of cooked ham
60 g of butter
1 stalk of celery
Half a glass of red wine
A cup of Mami's Coffee Amabile coffee
Grated Parmesan cheese
Salt and Pepper
Take a pan, add 60 grams of butter and sauté the celery, carrot and shallot well chopped. Once the browned add the ham into cubes (or crushed). Add some red wine and continue to cook until it evaporates. Add salt and pepper to taste and then pour half a cup of coffee. Cook for about 5 minutes. Cook the spaghetti. Once drained (we recommend keeping it al dente) season the spaghetti with Grana Padano cheese (or Parmigiano Reggiano, depending on your taste) and mix with the sauce to coffee. Mix well and serve spaghetti with coffee piping hot.
Caffè Magia d’inverno
1 teaspoon hazelnut cream (Nutella)
1 teaspoon honey
Pinch of ginger
Pinch of cardamom
A strong Mami's Coffee Amabile espresso
Mix a teaspoon of hazelnut cream (Nutella), a teaspoon of honey with a pinch of ginger and cardamom to obtain a thick cream, then pour it into the cup. Add a shot of strong espresso coffee and milk foam as in a cappuccino. Dilute some hazelnut cream with espresso. Then add this mixture to the milk foam as decoration. Stir well and drink.
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