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Café Brulot Stand and Bowl - Size Options


Solid copper and bronze Café Brulot Stand and Bowl choose from our 32 oz or 48 oz. The interior of the bowls are silver plated and the diameter of the (32oz) bowl is 8 ¼” and the (48oz) is 9 ½” diameter. Crafted in a heavy gauge copper, these bowls are a faithful reproduction of the Brulot sets used by Antoine’s Restaurant in the late 1800’s. The devil legs are made of solid bronze.

The Café Brulot Ladle is silver over copper with backolite handle is dishwasher safe. Silver soldered so it is heat resistant. It is the very best one made today anywhere.

NOTE: Drop ship item lead time 1-2 weeks. 

Café Brulot Diabolique, or “Devilishly Burned Coffee,” was invented at Antoine’s Restaurant in the late 1880s by Jules Alciatore, the son of the restaurant’s founder. Today in New Orleans, Antoine’s, Arnaud’s, , Brennan’s, and Galatoire's all serve Café Brulot.

Recipe for Café Brulot - Serves 6

  • 2 sticks of cinnamon
  • 8 whole cloves
  • Peel of one orange
  • 1 ½ tablespoon of sugar
  • 3 ounces of brandy
  • 3 cups of strong hot black coffee

Place the cinnamon, cloves, lemon peel, sugar and brandy in the bowl. Place a sterno container on the tray under the bowl, light and heat on an open flame. When the brandy is hot, but not boiling, ignite the mixture with a match. Using the ladle, stir the liquid for about 1 minute. Then pour hot coffee into the flaming brandy and then ladle into the brulot cups.