Cafe Brulot refers to a coffee cocktail with brandy and various spices which was born in New Orleans . Cafe Brulot is a traditional New Orleans flaming brew consisting of coffee blended with spices, such as cinnamon and clove; orange and lemon peel and brandy. It is generally made in a flameproof bowl and ladled into cups. In French, Brulot means "burnt brandy". To make Café Brûlot, spices such as cinnamon and clove; lemon, orange, and sugar are steeped with strong coffee, then flambéed with brandy. It is generally served in special pedestaled cups. Cafe Brulot is pronounced "ka-fay broo-loh".

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