Specialities

Mozart Coffee

This is a creation of Goran Huber, coffee sommelier and Austrian master Barista. An exquisite coffee recipe which is reminiscent of the famous Mozart balls from Salzburg in terms of both appearance and taste.
Preparation: Slowly pour chocolate sauce and marzipan cream liqueur into a glass one after the other. Then add milk foam and, finally, an espresso (almost a small latte macchiato).

Ingredients

 

Chocolate sauce
Marzipan cream liqueur
Milk foam
Espresso
(The amounts vary according to taste and the size of the glass)

Baileys Cream Coffee

It's as though they were made for one another:
the combination of chocolate in liquid form, Irish cream liqueur made of whisky and cream (otherwise known as Baileys), topped with milk foam and espresso. Together they produce a recipe for wellbeing in liquid form.
Preparation: Slowly pour into a glass one after the other chocolate sauce and Baileys cream liqueur. Then add milk foam and, finally, an espresso (almost a small latte macchiato).

Ingredients

 

Chocolate sauce
Baileys cream liqueur
Milk foam
Espresso
(The amounts vary according to taste and the size of the glass)

Caffè Zabaione

Who doesn't know zabaione, THE Italian sweet par excellence? We adapted this recipe from the creamy and sweet treat and so created a coffee cocktail which, with a healthy serving of advocaat, already has the makings of a classic.
Preparation: Slowly pour chocolate sauce and advocaat into a glass one after the other. Then add the milk foam and, finally, an espresso (almost a small latte macchiato).

Ingredients

 

Chocolate sauce
Verpoorten advocaat
Milk foam
Espresso
(The amounts vary according to taste and the size of the glass)

Sweet Coconut Dream (with and without alcohol)

Here, the chocolate sauce, coconut liqueur, milk foam and espresso form a dream quartet for the taste buds. Hmmm... a coffee cocktail can hardly be any more delicious.
Preparation: Slowly pour chocolate sauce and coconut liqueur into a glass one after the other. Then add the milk foam and, finally, an espresso (almost a small latte macchiato).

Ingredients

 

Chocolate sauce
Batida de Coco
(or coconut syrup for an alcohol-free alternative)
Milk foam
Espresso
Desiccated coconut
for decoration
(The amounts vary according to taste and the size of the glass)

Peppermint Cream

Cold mixed drinks from a coffee machine? Today this isn't a contradiction. With the new milk system WMF Active Milk, you can easily whip up these cool cocktails at the touch of a button. The ice cube and syrup go into the glass, fill up with milk foam, and finish with a shake.

Ingredients

 

Syrup
(different types)
1 Ice cube
Cold foam
Chocolate sauce
for decoration
1 Espresso
(for coffee lovers)

Strawberry Fields

The numerous different types of syrup open up a multitude of cold mixed drinks which take some beating. In a flash you can create a Strawberry Fields, Peppermint Cream, Sweet Hazel, Banana Breeze or Vanilla Kiss – your imagination knows no bounds.
Depending on taste, you can then add an espresso so even coffee lovers are not left out.

Ingredients

 

Syrup
(different types)
1 Ice cube
Cold foam
Chocolate sauce
for decoration
1 Espresso
(for coffee lovers)

Pharisee

Delicious coffee creation with a shot! The emergence of the Pharisee goes back to the North Friesian Islands in the 19th century. But today it is still one of the classic bar recipes - and not only in North Friesland.
Put the sugar and rum in a glass and fill up with strong, hot café crème. Finish off with milk foam or lightly whipped cream according to taste.

Ingredients

 

Cream or Milk foam
2–4 teaspoonfuls of
Sugar
4 cl Brown rum
Café Crème

Espresso Sorbetto

The espresso sorbetto is to be enjoyed as a cool variation of the espresso. A small low-calorie sweet as a refreshment or dessert.
Let the espresso freeze, in an ice cube container for example, until it is solid.
Put the frozen espresso and the other ingredients into a mixer and blend them into a soft consistency.

Ingredients

 

For 4-6 people
350 ml Espresso
4 Sugar cubes
450 ml low-fat Milk

Caffè con Ghiaccio

An ice-cold alcohol-free coffee cocktail: The basis of the caffè con ghiaccio (ghiaccio = ice) is also a latte macchiato. Indeed, a serving of crushed ice and a shot of maple syrup goes into the glass first of all.
The special, not too sweet, flavour of the maple syrup gives this coffee that certain something. Of course, it is also possible to experiment with
other flavours, i.e. different types of syrup. A splendid alternative to the traditional iced coffee.

Ingredients

 

1 Espresso
Milk
Milk foam
Crushed ice
Maple syrup

Iced Coffee

Treat yourself with a refreshing and creamy iced coffee: the coffee for spooning, the coffee for a sweet tooth, the coffee to spoil yourself with. Put two scoops of vanilla ice cream in cold filtered coffee and top with creamy whipped cream and
chocolate shavings.

Ingredients

 

Cold filtered Coffee or
Café Crème
2 scoops of vanilla ice cream
Cream
Chocolate shavings

Classics

Espresso / Ristretto

Espresso is the epitome of coffee.
The mediterranean drink par excellence, a small but powerful taste of Italy. Espresso simply has more:
more aroma, more taste, more substance.
High pressure is used in the preparation of espresso and this creates the characteristic, compact, hazelnut brown "crema", the sign of a good espresso.
An espresso is typically served with a glass of water.

Ingredients

 

7–9 g ground
espresso beans, according to taste
25–40 ml hot water
(double espresso = double quantities)
With a ristretto, the amount of water used is approx 20 ml and often less, with the same amount of coffee ground

Espresso Macchiato

If you like your espresso milder, squirt some milk foam in a cup and finish off the drink with an espresso shot. The white milk foam specks "macchia" gives it its speckled appearance and transforms it into a "macchiato". Serving an espresso macchiato in a glass also creates a visual highlight.
It is typically served with a glass of water.

Ingredients

 

1 Espresso
Some Milk foam

Café Crème

The café crème, also called Schümli, is freshly prepared with a coffee bean roasted under pressure until blonde using the so-called piston brewing process.
A good café crème is also decorated with a nutbrown "crema". A true classic, whether with a squirt of coffee cream or drunk neat.

Ingredients

 

8–10 g ground
Café Crème beans
125–150 ml
Hot water, depending on the size of the cup

Cappuccino

A popular alternative today to espresso is the quintessential Italian cappuccino. It made its first appearance in coffee bars all over the world a long time ago.
Served with a sweet biscuit, the speciality coffee can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
Its name which translates as "small cap", comes from the cowl, the "cappuccio" of the habit of Capuchin friars.
The basis of any cappuccino is plenty of fresh milk foam into which is put an espresso.

Ingredients

 

1 Espresso
Plenty of fresh Milk foam (In Italy, a cappuccino is only dusted with cocoa powder if requested)

Latte Macchiato

Originally a child's drink in Italy, the "speckled milk" is served at drinking temperature. A latte macchiato consists of a layer of hot milk and milk foam between which an espresso "lays" after a brief period. Thus the three characteristic layers are created.

Ingredients

 

1 Espresso
Milk
Milk foam

Café Latte

The mildest form of milky enjoyment among the speciality coffees is the Café Latte. This comprises one half hot milk and in contrast to the cappuccino and latte macchiato, uses the milder café crème bean. A light creamy foam completes the drink.

Ingredients

 

1/2 Café Crème
1/2 Hot milk
Some Milk foam

Filtered coffee

The definitive German coffee classic is and remains the filtered coffee. Also, or perhaps precisely in the era of the speciality boom, it still retains a large fan base and is the basic breakfast drink par excellence. In contrast to most speciality coffees, filtered coffee is prepared without a great deal of pump pressure and the brewing water instead flows gently through the coffee grounds.

Ingredients

 

Filtered coffee grounds
Hot water

Milk Choc

Virtually no other drink imparts such a feeling of wellbeing as a hot chocolate does. Children love them anyway and perhaps most adults love them also for this very reason.
It brings back cosy memories of safeness, warmth and contentment. Sweet, rich, creamy – the embodiment of chocolate in liquid form. The high point is a covering of milk foam or fresh whipped cream.

Ingredients

 

Drinking chocolate
Hot, fresh milk or hot water
Milk foam or whipped cream

 

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