The Mezcal Frozen Hot Chocolate

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Thai Street Food Michelin Star - GIANT CRAB OMELET at Jay Fai (ร้านเจ๊ไฝ) in Bangkok, Thailand!

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Frozen Hot Chocolates are great, but try my Mezcal Frozen Hot Chocolate!

Blow Torch:


1 Hot Minute Chocolate Bar (roughly 2 ounces)
3 fluid ounces Mezcal (or Tequila)
1 Tbsp light blue agave
3/4 c whole milk
1/2 c heavy cream
3 c ice

Use a peeler to shave some chocolate for garnish and set aside shavings. Chop the remaining chocolate bar into small chunks. Melt chocolate on medium low to low heat over a double boiler. Once chocolate is melted take off heat and wipe the bottom of the bowl (to remove moisture). Incorporate agave, Mezcal, milk, and cream into melted chocolate. Add ice and chocolate mixture into blender - blend until smooth. Portion into glasses.

1/4 c heavy cream
splash of vanilla
light blue agave (to taste)
grated cinnamon (to taste)

In a medium to large bowl whisk cream to stiff peaks. Add vanilla. To taste, add agave and cinnamon.

Dollop whipped cream onto frozen hot chocolate. Sprinkle with chocolate shavings. Push mezcal-soaked cinnamon stick into drink and torch the top of the stick until fragrant. ENJOY!!!



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