Pousse-café

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Pousse-café (French, literally "coffee-pusher") may refer to:

  • a digestif, an alcoholic beverage consumed after the coffee course
  • a layered drink composed of several layers of differently colored liqueurs

1 ounce raspberry syrup 1 ounce maraschino 1 ounce vanilla 1 ounce Curacao 1 ounce yellow chartreuse 1 ounce brandy or cognac Pour ingredients, one at a time, into glass. Use extreme care so that they will not mix but remain in layers. (New American Cookbook. 1941)