Cafe Au Lait Luzianna
The chicory coffee sets this apart from the usual cafe au lait/latte. You can buy it in larger supermarkets in cans (ground). Brew your favorite way. Prep time does not include brewing time. Add your favorite sweetener, if desired.
- Ready In:
- Combine milk and cream in a small saucepan (use one with a pouring lip if possible); bring just to a boil (bubbles will form around edge of pan), then remove from heat.
- Pour small amount of hot, brewed coffee into each coffee cup.
- Pour in remaining coffee and hot milk mixture at same time until cups are full.
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I was able to find Cafe du Monde Coffee and Chicory. However, since I don't have a coffee brewer or even press, I had to look up how to do this without one. I poured boiling water over it; steeped three minutes; stirred; steeped another three minutes. I then poured it through a very fine strainer into a cup that already contained the heated milk and cream. (Missed the part about pouring together.) Aak. BITTER. I don't know how much of this is my stupid brewing method or the chicory, as other people have commented that chicory is indeed bitter. However, it grew on me as I drank the cup. I do enjoy having a coffee drink with only some caffeine, however, versus a full load of it. I'm not feeling jittery at all. It's about like tea if terms of impact. ZWT9Reply
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