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And we are back with chef José Andrés.
So you have three daughters, is that right?
I have three.
And I don't know how many I have ready.
Now, are they getting homeschooled?
They are getting homeschooled, oh yeah.
All right.
Who's that next to you?
Come over here.
Tell Ellen.
I'm Carlota.
Nice to meet you.
Hi, nice meeting you.
So do you also cook?
Does everyone in that house know how to cook?
We try.
But he's the one that cooks.
We're the ones that eat.
So you're cooking.
You're dancing every night together.
So you're trying to make it as fun as you can at home.
You are the inspiration, Senorita.
Every time we see you and you explode
with your smile, with your beautiful eyes,
with your movements and the rhythm of music--
so we began.
We haven't done, because we love Lin-Manuel, and haven't
done-- as an immigrant myself, it has inspired us so much.
So I told my daughters, I want to cook the entire Hamilton
cook in one recipe that is easy, affordable,
with things that anybody have.
So we've been having a blast at home, singing to Hamilton--
or me singing to Hamilton-- and cooking crazy recipes.
I love it.
I love it so much.
All right, so we're making a cocktail.
What is this cocktail that you're making?
We like fruits and vegetables.
And I mean, we are drinking tequila or mezcal.
We are supporting the local farming community.
We're not drinking.
I'm not doing it for the drinking.
So this is the recipe.
I love coffee.
And I think you like tequila.
I like coffee.
I like tequila.
You like both?
OK, great.
So I like coffee and tequila, too.
So me, Sunday morning brunch, I go and I put coffee grinds,
fresh coffee.
But I don't heat the water anymore.
Cold water with coffee one night in the refrigerator,
and what you have is an infusion of coffee
without all the bitterness.
And it's a new way to drink coffee.
Because coffee is telling me, José, I am roasted once,
but I don't want to be heat again.
So I listened to my coffee.
And that's what I did.
I put cold water in the coffee one night.
Coffee's happy.
Coffee is celebrating life.
And coffee is ready to make a cocktail.
Do you get it?
How many beans do you put in there?
I grind the coffee, and I put like three, four tablespoons
for one quarter, one quarter of a quarter.
So wait.
The beans don't want to be heated,
but they don't mind being grinded?
The champagne.
They-- the beans like to be grinded because it's almost
like you are tickling them.
So you go and you pour the coffee.
You see?
This is the coffee.
Are you with me?
I'm with you.
And then you want to add a little bit of acidity.
And I have lemons here.
And you put a little bit of lemon juice.
Listen, I'm not going to give you a recipe.
Recipe is so pre-Coronavirus.
It's so 20th century.
Do whatever you want.
Change the recipes.
You make your own recipe.
Everybody should have their own recipe for life.
You can do whatever you want.
You're free to do whatever you want.
I think he's had some coffee already.
And then you go and you put a little maple syrup.
You don't have maple syrup, you can put some simple syrup.
You don't have simple syrup, you put some marmalade.
You don't have marmalade?
Do whatever you want, something sweet.
And you put a little bit, like this.
And in this moment, you go and you mix everything.
Are you with me?
I'm with you.
In this moment, you have a glass with ice.
Are you with me?
Open the bottle.
Open the bottle.
Don't want to be afraid.
We have Ellen.
We are live.
Open the bottle.
I just don't know how to open it.
You are 21.
Oh my--
Oh my God.
OK, and in this moment, Ellen--
Sounds good.
--you put the coffee with your maple syrup
in the glass with the ice.
Are you with me?
And then you bring the beautiful sparkling wine
from Barcelona, Catalonia.
And this is an homage to all the people of Spain and Barcelona,
that they were going through this Corona.
And you put the sparkling cup in the glass.
They can look at the bubbles.
The bubbles are full of happiness.
They are saying, oh my God, the coffee,
the sparkling wine together?
Then you have a little bit of a lemon peel.
The smell, you squish it.
All the oils go in the cocktail.
You add some more ice.
People of America, you are waking up
in the morning, brunch.
Oh my God.
The coffee is saying thank you, José,
for bringing me back to life.
That is a fantastic-- who would have thought to do that?
It sounds-- I can't see it, but it sounds delicious.
It looks delicious.
Before we go, you tweeted something.
I don't know if you had already had several of these or not.
But when this is all over, you said
that all doctors and nurses can eat at your restaurants
for free for a year.
Once we are open and we go back to normal,
we should celebrate those heroes.
And the least I can do is yes, if they
come to my restaurant, those doctors, those nurses,
I'm promising you, they're going to be eating for free.
Because that is the least we can do for them.
You have my word on that.
I agree with you.
What an amazing thing to do.
Thank you so much.
You are a wonderful man.
And I can't wait to see you again and give you a hug.
And thanks for teaching us how to drink in the morning.
Love you, Ellen.
Thank you.
Hasta luego.
Thank you for everything you're doing.
We love you.
Love you.
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José Andrés Makes the Perfect Coffee Cocktail for Brunch

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林宜悉 published on July 3, 2020
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