Mexican iced coffee

Time 2 minutes
Yields Serves 1
Mexican iced coffee
(Los Angeles Times)

In a cocktail shaker, stir together the condensed milk, if using, the liqueurs and the espresso or coffee.


Add ice to an 8-ounce glass and pour the mixture over.


Garnish with whipped cream, if using, and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.

From Josef Centeno, Opus Restaurant’s executive chef. Make the espresso or coffee ahead of time and cool. Patron XO Cafe tequila liqueur is available at some well-stocked wine stores. Tuaca is a vanilla- and citrus-flavored liqueur available at some wine and liquor stores. Add the optional condensed milk if you like your coffee with cream.

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