«Previous Post Next Post» Feb 2, 2007 Café Brûlot (Creole Coffee) This zesty, flaming concoction has long been the signature after-dinner drink at New Orleans' venerable Creole restaurant, Galatoire's. Beverages Cajun/Creole Classic Winter Easy Liqueur Wine & Drink Spirits 1 Comment Save Print Email Enlarge Credit: Christopher Hirsheimer SERVES 8INGREDIENTS 3 cups strong coffee Peel from 1 navel orange (preferably in one long spiral) Peel from 1 lemon (preferably in one long spiral) 12 cloves 2 sticks cinnamon ½ cup brandy ¼ cup orange liqueurINSTRUCTIONS 1. Stud orange peel with cloves and place with lemon peel in a small saucepan. Add cinnamon, brandy, and liqueur and gently warm, without boiling, over low heat for 5 minutes. 2. Strain brandy mixture into a large bowl; discard cinnamon and lemon peel. Using a long-handled match, carefully flame brandy mixture. 3. When flame subsides, pour hot coffee in a steady stream into brandy mixture over orange peel. Strain into small cups and serve. Save Print Email This article was first published in Saveur in Issue #22 Subscribe now «Previous Post Smoking Salmon in a Wok Next Post» Domaine Stéphane Aladame Montagny Les Coères 2003 More from Saveur.com Bellini Croquembouche (Caramel-Glazed Cream Puffs) Gougères (Cheese Puffs) Duarte's Tavern Champs-Élysées Cocktail Related Links Recipes Crumb Coffee Cake Cafe Brulot Articles Artisanal Loaves in New Orleans Comments (1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2013-03-13 This is a recipe for CafÃ© BrulÃ´t. Your Comments Please log in to leave a comment. Not a member yet? Sign up here. User Name * Password * Forgot your user name or password?