Fancy a Brazilian
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.