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Licor 43 Panna Cotta with Coffee Syrup

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Licor 43 Panna Cotta
4 Gelatin Sheets
300 ml Heavy Cream
20 ml Milk
75 gr Caster Sugar
100 ml Licor 43 Orochata
Coffee Syrup
300 gr Crystal Sugar
2 tbsp Instant Coffee
200 ml Water

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Licor 43 Panna Cotta with Coffee Syrup

  • 30 min + overnight
  • Serves 4
  • Easy


We discovered Licor 43 about one year ago and since then it became our little Sunday treat. With coffee, in cakes, with cold orange juice and a lot of other possibilities. But for a few weeks, the entire story changed, when our local liquor store, ‘t Fust introduced us to the new Licor 43: Orochata. We were charmed on the spot. A delicious citrus flavour, a creamy texture and a hint of cinnamon. Just perfect for cooking!


Only one sip was needed before I decided that this new Licor 43 will be the star of my Sunday dinner. As a delicious dessert, very easy to make and incredibly sophisticated: Panna Cotta with Hot Coffee Syrup. And of course, lots of Orochata. And if you are just like me and you love to cook with wine, vodka, whiskey or liquor, stay tuned, because ‘t Fust helped us discover us a lot of new tastes that we just fell in love with.


Check more about Licor 43: Orochata here and here

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Panna Cotta

Fill a bowl with cold water and submerge the gelatin sheets. Let them sit for 10 minutes. In a sauce pan heat the cream together with the milk and the sugar, until you notice tiny bubbles on the sides of the pan. Squeeze the water from the gelatin sheets and drop them in the hot cream mixture. Add the Licor 43 Orochata and mix gently until everything in incorporated and the gelatin has melted. Pour the liquid into 4 ramekins and let them rest overnight.


Serving the Panna Cotta

To serve the panna cotta and take them out of the ramekins fill up a bowl with hot water and dip the ramekins in hot water. Use a sharp knife to loosen the edges and flip.


Coffee Syrup

Dissolve the instant coffee in hot water and add it into a sauce pan. Pour the sugar on top and let it dissolve on low fire. Turn the heat up and start mixing until the syrup will become thick. This step might take up to 20 minutes. Let it cool off for 5 minutes and pur it in a glass container. Pour on top of the panna cotta just before serving.



I am Adriana and I love food, as you can probably see from what I cook. I like to bake and I like to experiment with new tastes, and my 2016 resolution is to try to cook healthy and special meals every day.

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