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Hobbes

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Today I received a gift from a good friend of mine who lives in Italy, she sent me a Bialetti moka pot. It was much appreciated and I can't wait to try it out, but in a seperate envelope she sent me what looks like a martini shaker, although I can't imagine why. Is it used for coffee in some way?
 
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Hobbes

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Nevermind, I found out. It's for making "shakered" coffee as my friend put it. You put coffee, ice, milk and Bailey's inside a martini shaker and shake it all up.
 

Pulcinella!

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Shakerato, is what they call coffee beverages, shaken over ice. Same thing as your standard dink shaker for Martini's.
 

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it sounds delicious, is possible to be used Sheridan´s instead of Bailey´s? and who much coffee do you use? :wink:
 
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I'm guessing you could get recipes off the internet, but I've made it a couple times now and I just put in whatever fills the shaker a little over half.
 
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