Epcot Food & Wine Festival’s Godiva Chocolate Liqueur Iced Coffee
Epcot's Food and Wine Festival will soon be over for another year, leaving us longing for ways to capture the wonderful world flavors that we experienced again. Today we've got a great guest post by Angie as she reflects on the ambrosia she found during the festival and how you can capture a little bit of that magic all year long.
After walking around Epcot's Food and Wine festival on a humid day, your thirst needs to be quenched. You're longing for something sweet, ice cold and a little "spirited". Make your way to the Belgium Marketplace Booth, where you can cool off with a satisfying sample of Godiva's Chocolate Liqueur Iced Coffee.
This drink combines three of my favorite tastes: coffee, chocolate and liqueur. I'm not sure if it's the Florida sun or because I was standing in the most magical place on earth, but my glass of Godiva was the perfect mix of thirst quencher and delectable dessert.
If you're looking to take some of this ambrosia home with you, try this recipe to recreate Godiva's Chocolate Liqueur Iced Coffee at home!
Godiva Chocolate Liqueur Iced Coffee Ingredients:
- 2 ounces Godiva chocolate liquor
- 1 ounce half and half
- 1/2 ounce simple syrup
- 4 ounces hot coffee
- Chocolate sauce for drizzling
- Whipped cream for garnish
Method of Preparation:
- Take first 4 ingredients put into shaker with ice & shake for 30 seconds then pour into glass & garnish with whipped cream & chocolate garnish
- Recipe for Simple Syrup
To make simple syrup, combine 1 cup sugar and 1 cup water in a small pan over medium heat. Cook, stirring, until sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat and cool completely before use.
Thanks so much to WDWFG Guest Author, Angie L., for sharing her favorite sip from Epcot's Food and Wine Festival with us! If you'd like to read more about her trip to the Food & Wine Festival you can find Angie's fantastic trip report in our forums. Have you had a perfect time and place at Disney World where you had a drink that hit the spot of near perfection? Share it with us below!