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A relaxing after dinner coffee laced with brandy and creme de cacao. If you decide to serve it topped with fresh cream, it's practically a dessert! This recipe is for 8.

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IngredientsServes: 8

  • 250ml coffee liqueur, such as Kahlua®
  • 250ml brandy
  • 125ml creme de cacao
  • 1 pot coffee (enough to serve 8)
  • whipped cream, to garnish
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate sprinkles (optional)

MethodPrep:10min ›Ready in:10min

  1. Divide the coffee liqueur, brandy, creme de cacao and coffee between 8 coffee mugs. If you like, garnish with a dollop of whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles or a dusting of cocoa powder.

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We often enjoy this wonderful coffee drink on cold nights in front of the fire. Leave off the whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles and add a scoop of quality vanilla ice cream. You'll think you died and went to Heaven! Thanks Renee-20 Feb 2003

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The hot beverage contains three sugar cubes, local German Asbach brandy which is heated and set alight. (I was able to find this brandy at my local liquor store.)

Strong coffee is added next, and the drink is then topped with a vanilla sugar sweetened cream and chocolate shavings. It is a hot and creamy, delicious treat!

On our excursion, I loved to see the Rüdesheimer coffees being made right in front of us. Because there was a group of us from the AmaWaterways cruise, it was even more spectacular. We watched as the waitresses prepared over 20 cups at once!

Stirring the flaming brandy in the authentic Rüdesheim coffees.

I was so taken with this exceptional coffee drink that I bought one of the special Rüdesheimer coffee cups and saucers online when I came home. When I was visiting my cousin in England, I was so excited to find another cup and saucer at an antique shop!

I cannot recommend the AmaWaterways Enchanting Rhine River cruise enough. Everything was top notch and all of the excursions, like the one into charming Rüdesheim, were all planned for us (and included in the cruise).

Here is the original recipe, along with step by step photos, for this unique coffee beverage.

– Warm the brandy by using the double boiler method or warm it in a pan (never bring to a boil!).
– Place 2-3 cubes of sugar in an original Rüdesheimer Coffee cup, pour over 4cl of the well-heated Asbach and light it by using a long match.
– Stir with a long-handled spoon to dissolve the sugar completely.
– Let it burn for about 1 minute, then pour in hot coffee to about 2 cm below the rim.
– Top off with a scoop of whipped cream and sprinkle with grated chocolate or cocoa.

One of the BEST German Coffee: TSCHIBO

Important Product Information
In Germany you can purchase the brandy Asbach Uralt everywhere. Unfortunately not in the USA.
You can find Asbach Uralt at and stores or any other German specialty stores.
Online purchasing is limited and varies from state to state. For online shopping visit the website below to find a list of Asbach Uralt suppliers:

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2 cubes of sugar
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– Place 2 cubes of sugar in the original Rüdesheim Espresso cup together with 2cl of Asbach and ignite using a long match.
– Stir with a long-handled spoon to dissolve the sugar, then fill with hot espresso up to approx. 3/4 under the lip of the cup.
– Top with whipped cream and spread grated chocolate over the cream.

Rudesheimer Eiskaffe – Iced Coffee

4cl Asbach Uralt
3 scoops of vanilla ice cream
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Grated dark chocolate

– Place 3 scoops of vanilla ice cream in an original Rüdesheimer Coffee cup and pour over 4cl of Asbach.
– Pour in ice-cold coffee and fill up to just below the rim.
– Top with a scoop of whipped cream and sprinkle with grated chocolate.

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.5 shot Grand Marnier
.5 shot Kahlua
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1 oz Luxardo Cherry Liqueur
.25 oz Cinnamon Syrup

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