That post-dinner treat accompanying your coffee is surprisingly underrated. There are dinner parties that are so thoroughly planned out, with different courses and music and wine, and then after dessert, if you desire a coffee, it's served to you there on its own. That lonely cup of espresso needs company. It is the same for restaurants, I'm always slightly disappointed when that post-meal coffee does not come with a treat. Yes, I understand that there probably is a dessert that precedes the coffee, but limit that portion size, and you allow for something else to tingle your taste buds with the bitter coffee before you end the evening. You have two, three savory courses, you need at least two different sweet things as well in my opinion. Make a dessert - make it small and rich, and then have something else for that necessary shot of espresso at the end.
Chocolates, fudge, biscuits - take your pick. If you're busy like me, chocolate bark's perfect. Versatile, quick, and impressive. I like dark chocolate with my coffee, but that's because I like my coffee bitter, so i don't like having something like a piece of fudge awaiting to be melted into my coffee.
Toasted coconut flakes
Dried banana chips
Line a pan with parchment paper
Melt the dark chocolate over a double boiler and when melted and velvety smooth, take off heat.
Pour the chocolate into the pan and spread in an even layer.
Sprinkle coconut flakes and banana chips immediately onto the chocolate, drizzle with some honey, and refrigerate until firm, about 1 hour. Break into pieces and serve.