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Jan 07, 2006



Your choco-mocca liqueur looks delicious! Thank you for the recipe, I really enjoy preparing liqueurs :)


hey, nice photo! great sounding recipe too - as soon as I am settled in my new place I might just give one a go.


Hmmmm, I can vouch for the deliciousness of this stuff, beign the honoured recipient of a bottleful at Christmas!! Thanks for sharing the recipe Johanna - it really is great stuff. Now that's what I call festive spirit ;-)


Sounds very nice, I think I will make some and serve it when we have invited some nice people so that I can share the goodness!


Sounds like a truly comforting liquid. Being a (milk) chocolate AND coffee lover I will have to give this a try - very soon. Thank you for sharing. Take care, angelika

Joanna Cary

Hi Johanna, thanks for posting this, just the thing to make in a quiet moment so that we can drink it at the end of my birthday dinner in a couple of weeks, which I'm just starting to plan.

Hope all is well with you - happy and healthy 2006

Best wishes


Your blog it's wonderful!!
And I love chocolate..This recipe it's delicious!!

Chubby Hubby

Johanna, this sounds delicious. I'll have to try it sometime soon. Thanks for sharing.




Mmm. Sounds gorgeous. My sister-in-law would kill to taste this. I think I'll make us both a bottle to save any bloodshed.


Yipeee! You finally posted the long awaited recipe! Thanks very much for sharing. I WILL definitely try making this but not after a few questions:
- where can I get those bottles?
- and is there a reason why you used UHT milk and not fresh ones?
- is it okay to use brandy? 'coz I've got an open one already.



hey celia, i bought my bottles at kooks unlimited in eton street, richmond - i know you don't live too far, so maybe that's an options... or you could call them and get them sent.
I use UHT milk so it keeps up to 6 months in the fridge - regular milk would go off too soon (although i must admit that this liqueur never survives too long anyway ;0)
As for the brandy, you can, of course, use brandy - rum would work too!


I found you as I was Googling a recipe for cinnamon meringues. This recipe sounds divine! I can't wait to try it!!!

Thanks for sharing (I know it's an old post, but it looks like a goodie!)


Old post? You can say that again!
Thats what happens when your blog is about to turn seven!
But I still make this, its a keeper... Over 20 yrs and still love it!!

Sent from my iPhone

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