The Queens take on a Pharisäeer Kaffee (German-rum coffee)

It has been suggested that the Pharisäeer Kaffee originated in the 19th century at a baptismal celebration. The father, a local German farmer, decided to add rum to the guest’s coffee as a surprise. This concoction was then topped with whipped cream to mask the odor of the alcohol from the unsuspecting pastor. The result was this lovely, soon to become a traditional, German rum coffee. Incidentally, do not stir this drink before imbibing. Traditionally, anyone caught stirring would be responsible for getting the next round. Enjoy!


Ingredients

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1 cup of strong dark coffee. TheQueenBean.com Dark & Spicy is an excellent choice

2 sugar cubes (or to your personal taste)

2 ounces dark rum (Jamaican is traditional but you can go with your favorite dark rum, I used golden Carribean rum)

Whipped cream

Cocoa powder for garnish

Heat resistant glass or mug


Directions

1) Add sugar and rum to your preheated cup.

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2) Fill your cup with coffee until it is about 90% full.

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3) Cover the top of your cocktail with whipped cream and sprinkle cocoa on top.

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4) Serve immediately. This drink is to be savored. Sip it through the whipped cream, Irish coffee style and be careful when you stand up.

5) Enjoy!!

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With thanks to:
https://ilikegermany.com/german-food/pharisaer/

https://www.thespruceeats.com/german-coffee-with-rum-recipe-1446818

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