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Jamaican coffee


Jamaican Coffee Ingredients

  1. Ground coffee 3 teaspoons
  2. Water (filtered) 3 cups
  3. Sugar 3 teaspoons
  4. Salt at the tip of a knife
  5. Orange (medium) 1 pc.
  6. Lemon 1/2 pcs.
  7. Rum 3 tbsp. spoons
  8. Powdered sugar 1/3 cup
  • Main Ingredients: Orange, Lemon, Rum, Coffee
  • Serving 3 servings
  • World Cuisine Hawaiian Cuisine

Inventory:

Sharp knife, Stove, Coffee Turk, Saucer, Cooking pan, Strainer, Glass cup

Making Jamaican coffee:

Step 1: We make coffee in the Turk.

Pour coffee into the Turk 3 teaspoons ground coffee, then put there the same amount of granulated sugar and on the tip of the knife salt. Mix the mixture well and put on low heat when a slight heat appears, add the right amount of water, in our case 3 cups. We bring the coffee to a boil, remove from the heat and mix well the thickening that has risen from above, put it on low heat again, wait until it boils again and a couple of bubbles appear and remove from the heat. Cover with a saucer and let it brew for 5 minutes.

Step 2: Prepare an orange and lemon for coffee.

Wash the orange and lemon under cold water and cut into thin slices. We shift the sliced ​​citruses into the pan for literally one minute. Pour over the finished coffee and put on a slow fire. As soon as the liquid boils, add rum and powdered sugar, mix the mass well until the powdered sugar is completely dissolved. As soon as the powder in the pan dissolves, remove immediately from the fire.

Step 3: Serve Jamaican Coffee.

Pour the finished coffee into glass glasses through a strainer and decorate with lemon slices. Jamaican coffee is ready to drink. Good appetite!

Recipe Tips:

- - Jamaican coffee can be garnished with whipped cream or other fruits.

- - In this recipe, coffee of normal strength was used. The taste of coffee depends on the degree of roasting of the beans, but coffee brewed from ground beans of medium roasting is better combined with the taste of rum and citrus.

- - Rum in the recipe, if necessary, can be replaced with cognac or a special coffee balm. The main thing is that the harsh taste of alcohol felt good in the composition of coffee.