Mix all spice mix ingredients together. Set aside.
Place eggyolks in a heat-proof (non-metal) bowl and place it over a sausepan with simmering water.
Use a whisk to constantly stir the eggs. They should heat very slowly, so they don't get cooked. They are done when they reach 60°C (138°F). If you don't have a termometer, you can either use raw eggs and skip this step or see how you can troubleshoot in the notes.
Place the pasteurized eggs into a mixing bowl, add sugar and whip for 5 minutes, until slightly lighter (the pasteurized eggs don't get as fluffy as the raw eggs).
Add mascarpone and mix on medium speed.
In a separate bowl whip the whipping cream and fold it gently into the egg mixture.
Pour room temperature coffee onto a soup plate. Add rum and 3/4 of the spice mix.
Soak ladyfinger cookies on both sides in the coffee and rum mix. Less if you want less soaked tiramisu and more if you want a more soaked tiramisu.
Place ladyfinger cookies in a serving dish in one layer, covering the entire dish.
Spread half of the cream over.
Add a second layer of ladyfinger cookies on top and then spread the remaining cream over the cookies.
In a small bowl mix the remaining 1/4 of the spice mix with cocoa and sprinkle it on top of the tiramisu.
Place in the fridge to set for a few hours.
You can substitute the egg yolks with a chocolate spread like Nutella. You can add 2-3 TBSP, but omit the sugar.
This is also a nice kid-friendly version.
Recipe by Anja Burgar | Use your Noodles | www.useyournoodles.eu