Bizcocho Borracho is a Spanish dessert.
Ladyfinger cookies are soaked in espresso and either brandy or rum, then laid out in layers with custard and bitter chocolate between the layers.
Instead of custard, you may also find sweetened mascarpone cheese.
Bizcocho Borracho is generally layered to a height of about 2 ½ to 3 inches (7 ½ cm) tall.
Bizcocho means “biscuit or cake,” and borracho translates as “drunk.”