How to make tequila brewed with coffee ?
Have yourself a tequila brewed with coffee, since you probably need a drink, or coffee, or both! So rather than having multiple coffees, have a taste of this drink.
Courtesy of Dan Jones’ book Tequila: Shake, Muddle and Stir, via Esquire
Coffee drinks mixed with spirits are in. Make yourself a good tequila brewed with coffee and flavored with vanilla following this recipe.
Tequila Brewed with Coffee Recipe
- 1 split vanilla bean (bean)
- 20 oz of white tequila
- 1/2 oz freshly ground coffee
- 1/2 oz of simple Demerara syrup* (7 oz of water/ 1/2 oz of cane sugar or granulated sugar (raw) / 1 tablespoon of corn or gold syrup -optional-)
1. Boil the water in the pan and gently add the sugar. Lower the heat and stir constantly with a wooden spoon for 3 to 5 minutes until all the sugar is dissolved and the syrup is clear.
2. Turn off the heat and allow to cool. Although flowing, pour into a sterilized glass jar or through a funnel into a sterilized glass bottle with stopper. Adding a spoonful of gold syrup to the cooled mixture will help keep it smooth. Store in the refrigerator for up to six weeks.
Cocktail recipe :
- Add a vanilla pod to your tequila and let it steep for 24 to 72 hours (check daily, as you want a mild vanilla taste; if you leave it too long, it becomes too floral).
- When your vanilla infusion is ready, remove the vanilla pod, then add the ground coffee and shake it well. Place the tequila in the freezer for at least 72 hours.
- Pass through a coffee filter, then add a little syrup to taste. Shake well.
Enjoy your tequila brewed with coffee at anytime, in the morning or in the afternoon after a long day! Discover more coffee cocktails here.
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