Coffee “Borgia” – the smile of old Italy

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  • 21.01.2016

This coffee owes its name to the well-known Spanish-Italian family originally from Valencia. In a region renowned due to orange orchards, had the idea to add orange zest in coffee for getting a bright refreshing taste. Strong roasting of coffee beans gives to a drink one more feature – a bitter taste, softened with whipped cream.

Coffee “Borgia” requires a slow and thoughtful use. So if you want to enjoy all the subtleties of its flavor combinations, prepare a recipe for a lazy weekend, when only a concern you have is to cook some simple meals and enjoy the exciting conversations and books.

To begin, melt 20 grams of dark chocolate in a water bath or in the microwave, then pour into a warmed bowl. With help of the mixer or hand blender whip 30 ml of cream 20–23% fat until thick foam, mixed with a teaspoon of powdered sugar.

Cook serving espresso coffee from Porto Rosso Ristretto and stir in a cup with chocolate. All that is left to do is only pour whipped cream and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon grated orange peel and go to a small imaginary journey over the old Italy.