I love coffee, and most of the time, I drink it black. When I first heard of Mr. Black I was intrigued and sought it out, having to go to the next state over to find it! I was not disappointed. I set out to create something to have a depth of flavor that complimented the delicious coffee notes and brought even more dance to the finish. Yellow Chartreuse is such a sweet and delightfully complex flavor and the combination of the Benedictine's herbs and citrus brought about a beautiful ending.

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Ingredients

 50 ml Mr Black Coffee Liqueur
 30 ml Yellow Chartreuse
 30 ml D.O.M. Benedictine
 3 dashes Orange Bitters
 3 drops Chocolate Bitters
 2 tbsp Soft whipped vanilla cream
 2 dashes Dried Valencia Orange Peel

Directions

1

Mix 500ml of heavy cream with 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract and 1 table spoon of powdered sugar to make the "Soft Whipped Vanilla Cream" It's really whipped cream in it's adolescent stage. Can be prepped ahead of time and lasts for a bit in the fridge.

2

Add Mr. Black, Yellow Chartreuse, Benedictine, orange bitters, and chocolate Bitters to shaker.

3

Fill with ice and hard shake for 20 seconds. (This aerates the liquids to make them almost resemble a nitro style coffee)

4

Pour though a Hawthorne strainer into a serving glass. (I used a Martini style, but it would look great in a coupe as well).

5

Top with the soft whipped vanilla cream and sprinkle (not one of the options for quantity) with the Valencia orange sprinkles.


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