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Prismatic Blade

Coffee with a kick

Created in 1815 by Ausano Ramazzotti, Ramazzotti Amaro Liqueur is Italy’s first bitter liqueur. However, Ramazzotti didn’t gain popularity until 1848, when Ausano opened a bar near the La Scala opera theater and started serving his amaro instead of coffee.

photo by eugenia uhl

Ingredients
4 ounces pour-over brewed Hey! Cafe Honduras El Jaguar Coffee
1 ounce Ramazzotti
3/4 ounce Siembra Azul Anejo Tequila
Float of Combier whipped cream

Directions
Warm the Ramazotti and tequila in a double shaker warming bath. Add the freshly brewed coffee and transfer to a warmed toddy mug.
Shake with Hawthorne shaker. Whip 3/4 ounce of Progress Dairy cream with half an ounce of Combier. Float on top.

1 serving

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