Prepare regular coffee with the brand or kind of your choice. Brew it slightly strong - otherwise it may be too diluted.
I used easy melting gelatin that doesn't need soaking. You could also use kanten!
While the coffee is still warm, mix in the gelatin and sugar (if you'd like), and dissolve completely. Set aside until it's slightly cooled.
Transfer into cups and chill in the fridge.
While the coffee jelly is chilling, warm milk and combine with gelatin and sugar. Mix thoroughly to dissolve. Set aside until it slightly cools down.
Pour the milk jelly over the hardened coffee jelly... and chill again in the fridge.
Voila! Please mix the sweet milk jelly and slightly bitter coffee jelly, and enjoy!
Story Behind this Recipe
Don't you crave chilled desserts during the upcoming hot season. I wanted to make coffee jelly for coffee lovers.
You won't feel any bitterness or sweetness when it's chilled enough, so I recommend you make both jellies taste rather strong. For a jiggly and chewy texture, add roughly 5 g of gelatin to about 300ml of liquid!