Piedmontese Bicerin: Recipe

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RECIPES | Lavazza recently sent us one of their new coffee pod machines, the A Modo Mio ‘Tiny’, and we decided to integrate it into a recipe. Lavazza is from Turin, in Italy’s Piedmontese region, and it is here where the traditional hot drink Bicerin originated. It’s a simple, tasty drink containing espresso, hot chocolate, and milk. It’s based on the 17th century drink Bavareisa Torinese, with the ingredients being layered rather than mixed.


Preparation Time: 10 minutes / Cooking Time: nil / Serves: 1


Ingredients

  • 50ml (1 pod) espresso
  • 50ml hot chocolate
  • 50ml full cream milk

Method

  1. Pour the hot chocolate into a glass.
  2. Pour the espresso slowly over the top of the glass, being careful not to break the layer.
  3. Pour the milk slowly over the top of the glass, being careful not to break the layer.
  4. Serve immediately

 Notes

You can use heavy cream instead of milk if you want a more indulgent drink – this method is quite popular in the USA. If you mess up the layering just stir everything together and enjoy the drink, which will now be a Bavareisa Torinese.

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