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Peanut Marzipan Carajillo.
An easy, refreshing recipe

Carajillo is a mixture of coffee and liquor that has become very popular in coffee shops. The original preparation fuses espresso with Licor 43, and due to high demand there are now several different versions of this drink: one of them is the peanut marzipan carajillo.

Licor 43 takes its name from the 43 natural botanical ingredients it is made from, which are typical of the Mediterranean Riviera. It has notes of honey, vanilla, nuts and is a perfect match for the coffee in carajillo. Peanut marzipan, a traditional Mexican treat, adds another layer of sweetness.

Peanut marzipan carajillo is ideal to sip on after a meal or to cool off on a hot afternoon. Here are the steps to make it:

Ingredients

  • 2 whole peanut marzipans, crumbled
  • 50 milliliters or 1.7 oz of Liquor 43
  • 50 milliliters or 1.7 oz of almond milk
  • 50 milliliters or 1.7 oz of espresso
  • Ice
  • Honey

Method

1. Place one of the crumbled marzipans on a plate and, after having previously dipped the lip of the glass in honey, rim the glass with the marzipan.
2. Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice, and add the Licor 43, almond milk, the other crumbled marzipan, and espresso. Shake very well for a few seconds to break up any chunks of marzipan.
3. In the rimmed glass, add ice to taste.
4. Pour the contents of the shaker into the glass and enjoy.
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