I offer one of the many options for coffee-Glasse. Classic coffee-Glasse consists of chilled coffee with a scoop of ice cream. The origin of the recipe is still under debate. Some experts believe that the birthplace of cold coffee was mountain Austria, others refer to the recipe to French cuisine. It can be said that coffee Glasse was popular in Parisian coffee shops in the first quarter of the last century. From Europe, coffee and ice cream moved to America and Japan. And today, this recipe remains popular. Each country has its own options for preparing a recipe.
Mix coffee with sugar, pour cold milk and bring to a boil over low heat, stirring. Don't boil! Let stand for 20-30 minutes. Then bring to a boil again, cool and strain through the coffee filter.
Fill the chilled high glasses with half of the cooled coffee, pour the liquor equally, put in each glass on a ball of ice cream. Serve with straws. Ice cream top sprinkle with grated chocolate, decorate with canned cherries or fresh berries.