A hot chocolate is a delightfully indulgent drink, one to warm you up when feeling blue. But, great as it is, sometimes you need to spice your chocolate up a bit further. As your customers will teach you, in times of need, you need to learn how to make a Spanish Sahara in Coffee Talk. Not sure how to go about that? Don’t worry your barista brain, in this guide we’ll take you through how to make Spanish Sahara in Coffee Talk.
How to make Spanish Sahara in Coffee Talk
This ridiculously rich drink — also known as a Spanish Hot Chocolate in real life — is best served with churros, as you’ll want something to dip into the thick, velvety mix. In the real world it can be flavored with vanilla, sugar or cinnamon, but to make Spanish Sahara in Coffee Talk you’ll be using a kick of ginger. Here’s the Spanish Sahara recipe in Coffee Talk:
Spanish hot chocolate is made with cornstarch as opposed to a regular milk and cocoa mixture, giving it an extremely thick texture. Interestingly, the Spanish Sahara name in Coffee Talk refers to the Province of the Sahara, or rather the name it used to have when ruled by Spain as a colony throughout most of the 1900s. Spain didn’t relinquish its claim to the area until 1975, and it’s been contested by Morocco and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic since.
You’ve now learned how to make Spanish Sahara in Coffee Talk, but if you’re after any more recipes, be sure to check our complete list of drink recipes in Coffee Talk. If you’re after specifics, we can also teach you to make the following drinks too: