There's a myth that the Sámi people (indigenous people) in Sweden likes to have salt in their coffee. This is in honor for them, and every Swede who likes their coffee pitch black. The idea is to get a dominating taste of coffee, the salty syrup and walnut brings a slight fudgetaste. Finally the touch of orange brings out the flavors. The nitro really makes this into a supersmooth easy drink to indulge.

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Ingredients

 60 ml Cold strong coffee
 40 ml Mr Black Coffee Liqueur
 7 ml Walnut liqueuer
 2 dashes Black walnut bitters
 1 drop Orange blossom water
 10 ml Salt simple syrup
 Orange peel

Directions

1

Stir all the ingredients with ice in 20 seconds

2

Pour it into a Nitro Isi Sifon (not the sifon for whipping!).

3

Use one canister. Shake the Sifon shortly, let sit for a minute.

4

Pour into chilled glass and squeeze an orange peel on top of the glass, swipe the peel alongside the edges.

5

Serve with caramelized sugar

Salt Simple Syrup
6

100 ml sugar
100 ml water
two teaspoons of seasalt


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2 Comments

  1. roxyb73 14 October 2021 at 5:23 pm

    Oft looks strong! But I got most things to try this. Just not walnut bitters. Could I up the liqueur and use another bitters ?

    • lindamankefors 22 October 2021 at 4:27 am

      It is strong, which is the point, Swedes love their coffee “black” and strong haha. But you could certainly up the liqueur, choose a choclate bitters instead? Think that would work.

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