Are you a coffee lover? Then I have the perfect cocktails for you too try. Whether you like your coffee hot, or cold you are sure to love these cocktails. With the weather getting colder by the day, nothing is more satisfying to warm up with than a pipping hot cup of coffee. So, I have gone out found some cocktails for coffee lovers, hot, or cold, I’m sure that you will want to cozy up to a warm fire and sip the cold away. For the last recipe that I have, is perfect for those of you that have a sweet tooth. The next time you are out to dinner, reach for one of these, and skip dessert. Keep an eye out for recipe number eight.
Remember that every ingredient that is listed for these recipes is on sale, you can save $8.00 on any order of $30.00 or more. I love bringing these sales to you every weekend. The more we can stick it to the man, the happier I am.
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Kentucky Bourbon Stout:
1) 1 ounce of Bourbon
2) 1 ounce of coffee liqueur
3) 6 ounces of chilled stout beer
To Make; Pour the bourbon and coffee liqueur into a highball or tulip glass. Slowly pour the stout beer into the glass that you chose. Serve immediately, and enjoy. If you want this one warm, do not chill the beer. Or try a different recipe, sorry, stout beer is not that good warm if you ask me.
Jagermeister Cold Brew Coffee:
1) 1 ounce of Jagermeister Cold Brew Coffee
2) 1 ounce of bourbon
3) 1/2 an ounce of cold brew coffee
4) 1/2 an ounce of simple syrup
5) Ground cinnamon for the garnish ( optional ) but recommended
6) Whole coffee beans for the garnish ( optional )
To Make; Add Jagermeister Cold Brew Coffee, Bourbon, cold brew coffee, and the simple syrup into a cocktail shaker. Add some ice to the shaker as well, and shake until well combined. Strain the mixture into a chilled martini glass. Fill a mason jar, half full of with heavy cream, shake until thick and frothy. Float the shaken heavy cream on top of the cocktail, garnish and enjoy.
Bushmill Irish Coffee:
1)1 ounce of Bushmills Original
2) 3/4 of an ounce of Rich Demerara Syrup
3) 3 1/4 ounces of Sumatra coffee
4) Fresh whipped cream
To Make; pour all the ingredients into a 6 ounce Georgian Irish coffee glass. Leaving half an inch of room for the cream. Top this cocktail with freshly whipped heavy cream.
1) 1 tall Pumpkin Spice Latte
2) 2 ounces of Vodka
3) 1 ounce of Kahlua Coffee Liqueur
4) 1/2 an ounce of whole milk or heavy cream
To Make; Order a tall pumpkin spice latte however you like it. Sneak a few sips just to tide you over, then pour the rest into an ice cube tray, enough to make four or five cubes. Once, frozen put the ice cubes into a rocks glass. Add in the vodka and Kahlua. Finish with the whole milk, or heavy cream. Ps. Heavy cream will add richness to the drink. Stir and enjoy.
1) 1 1/2 ounces of Belvedere Vodka
2) 2 ounces of your choice of milk
3) 2 ounces of cold brew coffee or espresso
4) 1/2 an ounce of natural maple syrup
5) A few ice cubes
6) A pinch of sea salt to balance it all out ( optional )
To Make; Add all ingredients into a cocktail shaker. Shake well and serve in a highball glass over ice. You can also enjoy this cocktail warm. Just lightly heat the coffee or the espresso, and leave out the ice cubes. Maybe hold onto a couple of the ice cubes, in case you got the coffee or the espresso too hot. Plus you can use a shortcut and go to sonic, and buy an espresso shake to make the process a little easier. It will be our little secret.
1) 1 ounce of Dark Rum
2) 1 ounce of Coffee Liqueur
3) 1 ounce of Creme de Cacao
4) 2 ounces of cream of coconut
5) 2 ounces of whole milk
6 Chocolate Syrup to garnish ( do not skip ) you will be sorry if you do.
To Make; Combine all ingredients in a blender with 1 cup of ice, and blend until smooth. Pour into a hurricane glass and drizzle the chocolate syrup over the top. And enjoy.
1) 1 ounce of Buttershots Liqueur
2) 1/2 ounce of Irish Cream Liqueur
To Make; Pour 1 ounce of Buttershots Liqueur into a shot glass. Gently pour the Irish cream Liqueur over the back of a bar spoon to layer the two ingredients. This important for the visual effect.
Instead of dessert, ask for one of these the next time you are out to dinner.
1) 3/4 of an ounce of Creme de Menthe Liqueur
2) 3/4 of an ounce of Creme de Cacao Liqueur
3) 1/4 of an ounce of heavy cream
To Make; Add all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with some ice. Shake until well combined, then strain the mixture into a chilled martini glass. Enjoy.
Remember that everything listed above is all on sale.
Please remember to drink responsibly and never drink and drive, the life you save may very well be your own. Plus I am tired of going to funerals. So, do not make go to another one. Before I leave you tonight, I want to remind you of my last article, the one about alcoholism. Like I said I am an alcoholic, but I still enjoy a cocktail or two once in a while. If you think that you have a drinking problem, like explained in my last article. Please seek help from a professional that has experience in handling that type of situation.
Once you get a handle on your drinking problem, and learn not to go overboard with it, you too can enjoy a cocktail or two once in a while. Have a blessed weekend my friends. Sincerely John D.