Rüdesheimer Kaffee

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Rüdesheimer Kaffee
Type Mixed drink
Served Hot
Standard garnish

Chocolate flakes

Standard drinkware
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Irish coffee mug
Commonly used ingredients
  • 125 cl hot, black coffee
  • 3 cubes of sugar
  • 4 cl Asbach Uralt brandy, or cognac, or armagnac
  • Whipped cream sweetened with vanilla sugar
  • Dark chocolate shavings for sprinkling
Preparation Flambée brandy and sugar in Rüdesheimer cup to dissolve sugar. Add hot coffee and top with whipped cream; garnish.

Rüdesheimer Kaffee is an alcoholic coffee drink from Rüdesheim am Rhein in Germany invented in 1957 by the German television chef, Hans Karl Adam (de).[1] It is a popular drink in coffee houses.[2]

Asbach Uralt brandy and sugar cubes are added to a cup. In Rüdesheim, a cup that is specially designed for this beverage is used. The brandy is flambéed and stirred for a minute until the sugar dissolves. Strong coffee is added, followed by a topping of thickly whipped cream sweetened with vanilla sugar. Chocolate flakes are scattered onto the cream as a garnish.[3][4]

External images
1. Cup of Rüdesheimer Kaffee
2. Preparing to flambée the brandy
3. A Rüdesheimer Kaffee cup

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Rüdesheimer Kaffee Ruedesheim.de. Retrieved: 2012-11-20.
  2. ^ Nadia Hassani: Spoonfuls of Germany. Culinary delights of the German region in 170 recipes. Hippocrene Books, New York NY 2004, p. 188. ISBN 0-7818-1057-4.
  3. ^ Rüdesheim Coffee Asbach.de. Retrieved: 2012-11-20.
  4. ^ Cruising the Rhine Travels and Traditions, 2008.

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