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Gran Paradiso Coffee Cocktail

Gran Paradiso Coffee Cocktail



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Give your cocktail a kick by adding a shot of espresso

Whether you serve this at a decadent brunch party or at the end of a dinner party, this powerful cocktail will thrill all your guests.

This recipe is courtesy of Joshua Mazza at Seamstress.

Ingredients

  • 1 Ounce hazelnut liqueur, preferably Frangelico
  • 1 Ounce mezcal
  • 1 Ounce espresso

Directions

Mix all the ingredients together and place in the freezer to chill for at least 15 minutes. When very cold, pour into a cocktail shaker and shake briefly to aerate. Pour into espresso cups and serve immediately.

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving163

Folate equivalent (total)0.3µg0.1%


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


VALLE D’AOSTA (AOSTA VALLEY)

Valle d’Aosta (Aosta Valley) is a tiny alpine region in the northwest of Italy bordering France to the west, Switzerland to the north, and Piemonte to the south and east. There is great skiing here, beautiful castles dotting the landscape, thermal baths, funiculars to panoramic viewpoints including that of Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc), Monte Rosa, and fantastic hiking in the Gran Paradiso.

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Gran Paradiso, Valle d’Aosta by Francesco Sisti

Due to the region’s geographic location and history there are strong French and Swiss influences here, which are reflected in the cooking. This has long been a border region that provided access to the other side of the Alps. Travellers coming through the valley and up into the mountain passes needed sustenance and lodging before continuing their journey through the Alps. That explains why the food here is hearty and warming. In the heat of summer some of the dishes may sound unappetising but I promise you after a long morning of skiing or mountain hiking, you will be more than ready for any of these foods.

Chamonix to Courmayeur by Mauro Fuentes Alvarez


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