Top-ranked recipe named "Hubers Famous Spanish Coffee"
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"This is wonderful, I think you need to use fake whipped cream not real whipped cream because our sugar cubed fell to the bottom. Excellent drink, I don't think you need more than one or two unless you want someone to tuck you into bed!!!!"
Dip the rim of an 8- to 10-ounce glass in lime juice and then in sugar. Add the rum and Triple Sec. With a long match, carefully light the liqueurs, swirling the glass to melt the sugar on the rim. Pour in the Kahlua and then add the coffee. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle with nutmeg. Serve immediately. NOTES : Hubers Alex Perez is generally regarded as the Baryshnikov of Spanish Coffee. He has been serving as many as 200 of these flaming drinks a day for 17 years. He sent along his recipe as well as some tips for achieving the drama that is as essential to the presentation as the whipped cream. Recipe by: Hubers (Portland, Oregon) Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #864 by LBotsko@aol.com on Oct 25, 1997
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sburris 5 years agoThis is wonderful, I think you need to use fake whipped cream not real whipped cream because our sugar cubed fell to the bottom. Excellent drink, I don't think you need more than one or two unless you want someone to tuck you into bed!!!!
karolel 5 years agoCan anyone tell me what a 'ds' is? As in the measurement for the Triple Sec? What would the equivalent be?
CCheryl 5 years agothank you for this recipe, i cant wait to try it, you have just the best recipes on here, keep um coming il let you know how it turns out, CCheryl
anafruin 5 years agoMmmmmm!!
ceedub001 9 years ago
promfh 9 years agoYou can also add a flaming (rum soaked) sugar cube on the top of the cream for an extra flourish.
LadyJay 9 years agoI have to admit at 6:30 in the morning I was not about to light anything on fire, so I did not add the rum, but even without the flaming rum it sure makes a heck of a cup of coffee!
ceedub001 9 years agoI've drank a many of these on a cold winter night while visiting the 'City of Roses' (Portland). Hubers and Alex are the best!!!
promfh 9 years agoThis is something my wife and I have enjoyed for years.