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Jazzman Java

Discussion in 'Jazz Recipes' started by Wade Cornell, Nov 27, 2011.

  1. Wade Cornell

    Wade Cornell Senior Member

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    Hey, it's a cafe! How about some coffee?

    Best to start with a good coffee, but even an ordinary or instant coffee will taste better with the following:

    1. One cup/mug of coffee 2/3 full (long black espresso using PNG Segri A beans is my choice)
    2. Add two tablespoons of either Frangelico or Kahula Hazelnut liquor
    3. Add two tablespoons of fresh pouring cream

    Pick up plus leveller perfect for playing smooth jazz (not that I play that stuff myself!).
     
  2. visionari1

    visionari1 Senior Member

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    Welcome Wade, to cafe sax

    I think I know ya, your out in the whatakeries near Auckland

    Cheers from further south
    Jimu


    Cheers & ciao
    Jimu

    "Together We Create Beauty"
     
  3. Wade Cornell

    Wade Cornell Senior Member

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    Hi Jimu,

    Not sure when/where we met. I'm not often in Nelson. Were you up at my place? I have field trips here for forestry and tree crops. Could have been then?

    Cheers,

    Wade
     
  4. TomMapfumo

    TomMapfumo Well-Known Member

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    I'll have to join you doth for a Double Espresso Macchiato one day................................
     
  5. Wade Cornell

    Wade Cornell Senior Member

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    Thanks Tom,

    Long way to come for a coffee, but if you're ever around we'll fix you up.

    Cheers,

    Wade
     

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