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Jan 07, 2006

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melissa_cookingdiva

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

Andrew

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

Jeanne

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 ;-)

Ilva

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!

angelika

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
Joanna

Gourmet

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

Chubby Hubby

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

fiordizucca

excellent!

Anna

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.

celiaK

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.

cheers!

johanna

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!

Miel_Abeille

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!)

johanna


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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