Ganache Chocolate Chapel Street - always a little bit better than you expect them to be... always: I love the almonds cakes they serve their coffees with - very delicate and very russian desert:
ha...ad where can with you go without the VBT NEW
IF ONLY NEW if only Brunetti was made out of cabbage not chocolate...
There are more coffee varieties for us to explore
Mazagran Mélange Mocha Moka Palazzo Pharisäer Pocillo Red eye Red tie Ristretto Rüdesheimer kaffee Turkish coffee Vienna coffee White coffee Wiener Melange Yuanyang or Ying Yong MAZARGAN (coffee beverage)
Mazagran (also called café mazagran, formerly spelled masagran) is a cold, sweetened coffee beverage that originated in Algeria. Portuguese versions may useespresso, lemon and rum, and Austrian versions are served with an ice cube and include rum. Sometimes a fast version is achieved by pouring a previously sweetened espresso in a cup with ice cubes and a slice of lemon. Mazagran has been described as "the original iced coffee"
History and origin. It has been stated that the drink's name probably originated from a fortress named Mazagran in Algiers, Algeria which in 1837 through the Treaty of Tafna was granted to France. At the Mazagran fortress French colonial troops consumed the beverage, which was prepared with coffee syrup and cold water. It has also been stated that the drink's name and invention may have originated from French Foreign Legion soldiers who, during the time of the siege of Mazagran, Algeria during the 1840 war, used water in their coffee in the absence of milk or brandy and drank the beverage cold to counter the heat.Furthermore, French colonial troops near Mazagran were served a beverage prepared with coffee syrup and water. When the soldiers returned to Paris, they suggested to cafés to serve the beverage and the notion of it being served in tall glasses. Upon this introduction, the beverage was named café mazagran. In France, coffee served in glasses is referred to as "mazagrin".
Preparation and varietiesMazagran is prepared with strong, hot coffee that is poured over ice, and it is typically served in a narrow, tall glass. It has also been described as "coffee taken with water instead of milk", in which coffee is served in a tall glass along with a separate container of water to mix in with the coffee
The beverage has also been described as sweetened "Portuguese iced coffee" that is prepared with strong coffee or espresso served over ice with lemon.Sometimes rum is added to Portuguese versions of the beverage, and it may be sweetened with sugar syrup.
In Austria, mazagran coffee is served with an ice cube and prepared with rum. The beverage is typically downed "in one gulp".
In Catalonia, is made with ice coffee and lemon
In the mid 1990s, Starbucks and PepsiCo developed a line of flavored carbonated mazagran beverages named "Mazagran" that were prepared with coffee.After a short trial run in California in 1994, the beverage was discontinued after failing to catch-on with consumersA useful new by-product of Starbucks' research and development of mazagran was a coffee extract that could be used in various coffee-flavored products.The coffee extract was later used in the preparation of pre-mixed, bottled Starbucks' frappuccino beverages that are sold in grocery stores.The extract is also used in the company's bottled double shot and iced coffee beverages.
TWO BIRTHDAY BOYS
two birthday boys: Yoshi Lis and Tosha at Brunetti Born one day apart they look cute-alike, but one is enjoying himself with coffee and chocolate eclair and the other is saying: "one thing I do not understand - why You can invite your friends over for a birthday party and I can't???"
I WAS MADE IN ITALY...
... well, almost... Maltese... well, almost,,, my mum was a toy poodle by birth..." Tosha's day out for coffee and introducing himself to locals... and us breakfasting...