I drink coffee but the less it tastes like coffee the better I like it. This one is perfect for a winters sit by the fireside. Cooking time is however long it takes your coffee pot to brew the coffee. This is really sweet as written, feel free to alter the sugar amount to your own taste.
PS. Big mugs are really called for here.
This is the basic recipe. Feel free to add a 1/2 cup of chocolate chips, chopped nuts, chopped dried cherries or anything else you feel would go well with coffee. As of March 5 '07 I have reworked the ingredient amounts
From Ghirardelli. If you can get the ingredients I just know this would be fantastic in either version. The first two ingredients are correctly ask for in the () marks. Zaar wouldn't accept them as ask for so I put cocoa and caramel in. I really don't know how long it would take to make so time is a guess.
As the leaves change to glorious rust and pumpkin and ruby reds in regions blessed with a "true autumn", the desire for something spicy to drink while watching the theatre of the changing leaves is definitely on order. This drink makes the grade, and then some.