Prepare Irish coffee mousse: into a gourmet whip
pour 50 ml Sugar syrup
, 50 ml cold coffee, 125 ml liquid cream
and 25 ml whisky.5 min.
A short time before serving, prepare small pots: half fill with chocolate cream.5 min.
Add a layer of nuts and candied peel.
Fill almost to the top with chocolate cream.5 min.
And top with a layer of Irish coffee mousse.
Serve without waiting, otherwise nuts and grapefruit peel will lose their crunch.
Add a stip of candied grapefruit peel, and for example finger biscuits
If you don't have a gourmet whisk
, make a classic chantilly cream
with double or whipping cream (not pouring cream) that you mix with coffee+whisky+syrup, and then whip as usual. You can also use a simple chantilly.
You can replace Whisky by Bailey's, the mousse will be a bit less alcoholic.
If you will think that there are not enough photos of preparing mousse, you're right. I have forgot to take them when preparing recipe. I'll do it next time, I promise...
Source:Home made, but this recipe is warmly dedicated to my friend Conor from Dublin, who taught me how to make Irish Coffee in AltaMira a long time ago.
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