Fancy a Brazil­ian

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A new blend of cof­fee beans by cof­fee whiz­mas­ter Derek Townsend is a lit­tle bit sweet and a touch ex­otic, with a whole lot of nutty punch go­ing on. So, nat­u­rally, the blend re­quires an ex­otic punchy name: Meet Kara­joz Brazil­ian Blend. As if that wasn’t ex­cite­ment enough, Kara­joz has come up with not-for-break­fast Brazil­ian cof­fee cock­tails (for four). Make four cups of cocoa (usual method), and 11⁄ cups of cof­fee us­ing the Brazil­ian Blend. Put the hot cocoa and cof­fee in a jug, add 250ml rum or brandy. Whip 125ml cream with 1tsp sugar un­til peak­ing. Pour liq­uid into cof­fee cups, top with a spoon­ful of whipped cram and a dust­ing of cin­na­mon. Han­dle with care.

2Kara­joz Brazil­ian Blend beans, plunger and espresso ground, avail­able in 200g packs at most supermarkets, $8.70.

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