Coffee Cheesecake is a delightful, sweet desert. An ultimate self-spoil moment, made extra special with Batavia Dutch Coffee! Cook the coffee until 2-3 tables spoons of coffee syrup are left over. Mix the syrup with whipped cream and cream cheese to give a delicious coffee taste to your cheesecake. The Santuario coffee is perfect for this. The Colombian Santuario grows in the Cauca region at a 1750 – 2100 meter height. The Santuario has a powerful, spiced taste and acidity. Santuario can very well serve as basis for a classic ice coffee or, as in this case, for a cold desert! To serve the coffee cheesecake in a glass, you will need cream cheese, whipped cream, sugar, biscuits and cocoa powder. In six simple steps you too, can make this delicious desert. Without further ado, this is how you can make Coffee cheesecake with Santuario at home! A special thanks to for the recipe.

What do you need?

  • 150ml of cold coffee
  • 3ts cane sugar
  • 250ml whip cream
  • 750gr white coarse sugar
  • 1 bag of vanilla sugar
  • 200gr fresh cream cheese
  • 6 Café noir cookies
  • 1ts cocoa powder

How to make this Coffee Cheesecake?

Step 1: Pour the coffee into a cooking pan and add the cane sugar to it. Leave the mixture cooking on high heat until you get a syrup. Let the mixture cool down afterwards.

Step 2: Whisk the whipped cream and sugars together. Add cream cheese and whisk until the mixture gets hard.

Step 3: Add the cooled down coffee syrup and mix until it gives a marble-like effect.

Step 4: Crumble the cookies and divide over the cups.

Step 5: Spread the cheesecake mixture on top of the cookie crumbles in the cups.

Step 6: Let the cups rest in the refrigerator.

Additionally, you could go the extra mile by adding a topping. For instance, a bit of whip cream, chocolate syrup, forest fruits or cinnamon. Adding a delicious topping really makes this desert great!