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Mixing chocolate and coffee cocktails

Ewald Notter joins us to celebrate coffee by creating a latte using tumeric ginger genache and a drink with a mix of coffee, whisky and ice cream.

Ewald Notter from Dote Coffee Bar joins us to celebrate coffee by creating a latte using tumeric ginger genache and a drink with a mix of coffee, whisky and ice cream.

Turmeric Ginger Latte

The turmeric ginger latte combines beautifully with espresso or coffee for a spicy, warming morning pick up but it is equally enjoyable without the caffeine. Whether you enjoy it with or without coffee, this drink highlights the anti-inflammatory, antioxidant benefits of both turmeric and ginger.

Ingredients:

-2oz turmeric ginger ganache

-3oz milk, almond milk or coconut milk

-1-2 oz espresso or coffee 'concentrate' of your choice

Directions:

1 Measure 2 oz of turmeric ginger ganache into your favorite mug.

2 Warm milk of your choice to approximately 150 degrees. Do not boil.

3 Pour heated milk over ganache and whisk to combine.

4 Extract a single, one oz shot of espresso and add to the ganache and milk mixture. If you do not have a home espresso maker, brewing a strong coffee in a french press or pour over can make an equally tasty drink.

5 Add between 1-2 ounces of brewed coffee, or more to taste. Enjoy!

Whiskey Double Dark

This boozy coffee cocktail combines three classic, strong flavors for a perfect winter warmer. Topped with whip cream and shaved chocolate, it stands on its own as a fabulous dinner party dessert.

Ingredients:

-2oz honey dark chocolate ganache

-2oz milk

-1oz coffee

-1oz whiskey

-fresh whipped cream

-chocolate shavings

Directions:

1 Measure 2 oz of honey dark chocolate ganache into your favorite mug.

2 Warm milk of your choice to approximately 150 degrees. Do not boil.

3 Pour heated milk over ganache and whisk to combine.

4 Extract a single, one oz shot of espresso and add to the ganache and milk mixture. If you do not have a home espresso maker, brewing a strong coffee in a French press or pour over can make an equally tasty drink.

5 Add between 1-2 ounces of brewed coffee, or more to taste. Add 1oz whiskey. Top with fresh whipped cream and shaved chocolate. Enjoy!