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Kahlua Coffee Jelly

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Japanese Coffee Jelly (kōhii zerii) is one of the most popular dessert served in most coffee shops and restaurants in Japan during the summertime. I remember I had one when I was in Japan many years ago. For our hot weather here, I think it is also very suitable to make this Coffee Jelly to ease the heat. I've tweaked the recipe by adding kahlua liqueur into the coffee and I've also changed the cream (some used whipped cream or condensed milk)  for the topping to soya milk together with kahlua liqueur to make it more boozy. This Coffee Jelly is not very sweet and has a little bitter taste because I've used the Nescafe classic (stronger black coffee instant powder). So mind you, this is an adult's dessert or for coffee lovers and definitely not suitable for kids.




Kahlua Coffee Jelly


    Ingredients: makes about 6-7 cups
     600ml Water
     15g Gelatine powder (1 tbsp + 1 tsp)
     5 1/2 tbsp Sugar
     2 tbsp Instant coffee powder (Nescafe classic)
     1 tbsp Kahlua liqueur

     Topping
     100ml Soya milk (reduced sugar)
     1 1/2 tbsp Kahlua liqueur

     Method:
  • Soak gelatine powder with 2 tbsp water, set aside.
  • Boil water with sugar and reduce heat to medium and add in the gelatine. Stir till gelatine melted and bring to boil again.
  • Turn off heat, add in coffee powder, stir well and lastly add in Kahlua liqueur. Then pour into moulds or cups. Leave to cool and chill to set in the refrigerator.
  • For topping: Mix the soya milk and kahlua liqueur together and add about 2 to 3 tablespoons of the mixture over the coffee jelly when serve.

Enjoy & Have A Wonderful Weekend!

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  1. Wah ... nice clicks and yummy dessert. Where did you buy the glass ware?

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    1. I bought these cups at PH long time ago.

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  2. i shall try this because i bought a bottle of kahlua and dont know how to use it... hihih thanks for the recipe...

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  3. This cool jelly is suitable for this hot hot weather~

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  4. 喜欢这样的甜品。。。。。。 回来才研究研究。。。。

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    1. 这个甜品不是每个人能接受,因为它不是很甜。

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  5. Hmmm I have couple of bottles of Kahlua ... Time to make this jelly with a booze!

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  6. Hi Ann, that's a very luscious and refreshing coffee jelly. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Very classy presentation. :)

    Have a nice day.

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    1. Hi Amelia, thank you very much for your nice words :)
      Have a happy weekend!

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  7. I also like your version of the kahlua-coffee jelly!, I want 2 bottles please!

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  8. AnnCoo~~
    最近天气热爆!!
    来杯Jelly~~

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    1. 真是热到爆!赶快过来,我跟你share!

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  9. 吃了这个甜品会不会有醉的感觉?哈哈哈!

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    1. 哈哈。。。我没醉,不过咖啡太浓了害我晚上睡不着!

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  10. 那个被子真好看
    还有那块蓝蓝的布
    喜欢喜欢:)

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    1. 要不要我寄给你?我还有多余。。。

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  11. Will be so nice to serve at a party. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Yes, this is so easy to make for party.

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  12. Oh I would love to go to Japan and not just for this jelly. But I would definitely like to try it.

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    1. I heard that you can find this coffee jelly at Starbuck but the topping is whipped cream instead.

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  13. I love jelly, with kahlua in it must be very nice!

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  14. Love the coffee, khalua and soy milk combination. This looks refreshing!

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  15. Ann, I'm very "suaku" never heard of this dessert before. I like Irish coffee, so I suppose I will also appreciate this dessert too... Thanks for sharing this, today I learn something new.

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    1. Li Shuan, This coffee jelly has a unique taste, not sweet but bitter and boozy. I also love Irish coffee very much.but good coffee here is very expensive.

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  16. Ann, the comment box is working now. Nice dessert but too strong coffee gives me the jittery. But I know my husband would love it. Thanks!

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    1. Ai Li, Wonder which browser are you using now? This coffee is a little strong to me. Can't sleep after having it :)

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  17. This is a combination of so many good things!

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  18. Sounds delicious! Also nice that it is not too sweet.

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  19. Look good... And the cups look adorable. where did you get them?

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    1. I got the cups from PH long time ago.

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  20. Ann , so refreshing and really delish - double dose of coffee in a dessert makes my mouth water :D Photos look awesome as always !

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  21. Such awesome clicks Ann! Very creative. I'm an adult, so I'm eligible to have a bit of your 'strictly for adults' dessert!

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    1. Cheah,sure sure! Please help yourself :)

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  22. I had them in coffee shops before too. Yours looks very easy and tasty! Thanks for sharing, Ann!

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    1. Thanks Lokness! Good to have this cool treat in our hot weather :)

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  23. 我来迟了。。。
    虽然我平日很少喝咖啡,但这个甜品一定也ngam我的!

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    1. 这甜品有点苦因为有加咖啡酒,你真的会喜欢吗? 呵呵。。。不要醉倒就好 :D

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  24. Oh...this Kahlua Coffee Jelly is so beautiful. I agree with you, jelly is the best treat in hot days. I just post a jelly recipe today too, but a different kind. I love that you add Kahlua in it, must be delicious. :)

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    1. Amy, I like your Jasmine tea jelly. Looks so cute and pretty!

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  25. 这个时候来杯甜点最适合了
    尤其是用这个可爱的杯子来吃
    幸福死了(^ ^)

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    1. 那块地过来啊!我随时可以做给你吃。

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  26. with coffee, after eaten this jelly, sure has a lot of energy, hehehe

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    1. Ya lor, I cannot sleep after having this jelly.. :DD

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  27. What lovely coffee jelly! The kahlua topping sounds really tempting, Ann.
    You too have a great weekend!

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  28. Ann,
    好美味的咖啡奶冻!!
    天气好热,来一杯肯定很棒!!

    mui

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    1. Mui Mui, 怎么好像好久没看到你上贴子?很忙吗?

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    2. Ann,
      谢谢您的关心.
      最近我家宝贝们考试, 我也有点忙.
      就偷偷懒咯!! :p


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  29. 好久没上来了,一来就被你这咖啡果冻吸引了我!食谱我拿走了,多谢啦!

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    1. 没关系啦,我知道你很忙。有空一定要过来喝喝茶,好吗?

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  30. 我除了和鲸鱼一样,
    喜欢杯子,桌布,也喜欢咖啡奶冻,
    皆因我是咖啡皇后呢,何况你家的奶冻好诱人啦!。。。。。。。。:)

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    1. 呵呵。。。原来你是咖啡皇后,那我一定要请你多吃几杯。

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  31. Love the presentation. Think I've only tried this once a long time ago, and it was good. Will try your recipe soon. Thanks for posting!

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  32. how unique to have some boozy jelly at a party! nice presentation too, ann!

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  33. Hi Ann, could I substitute gelatine powder with agar-agar?

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    1. Hi Susan, yes you can but the texture will be different.

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