Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins
Really delicious! Rose water can be used as a substitute if you find it hard to get orange blossom water. From the Nescafe Cocktail Menu cookbook.
- 1 1⁄2 teaspoons nescafe red mug instant coffee granules
- 6 tablespoons Nestle sweetened condensed milk (regular)
- 1⁄4 teaspoon orange blossom water
- 150 ml hot water
- 1⁄2 teaspoon chocolate, grated
- Combine everything in a blender.
- Pour into a mug.
- Sprinkle with grated chocolate and serve hot.
Yum! I followed the advice of a previous poster and used half and half with a little sugar. I think this would have been too sweet with condensed milk. Thanks for posting this!
Nice and diffrent made it twice, was out of orange flower water so once i served it hot with rose water. The second time served it as an ice cofee with flower water. DH and i both prefered it cold with the flower water.Thanx Char:)
Niiice. I made a couple substitutions- namely, I used real coffee and substituted the sweetened condensed milk with half and half and a little sugar. I just bought some orange water to try use for Orange Fruit Salad with Cinnamon (#87323), so I've been looking for other things to use it in too since I've got this whole big bottle! This is really yummy- there is just enough orange blossom water to give this a wonderful delicate floral flavor without making you feel like you're drinking perfume. I thought when I sniffed the cup before I sipped this that it wouldn't have any orange blossom flavor at all, but it certianly does! Very nice. I grated some high quality dark chocolate on top and I think its a very nice touch- it combines well with the orangey flavor. Thank for for a lovely coffee drink Charishma! It makes you feel very exotic and elegant to sip this! Highly recommended- a great recipe for my 400th review! ;)