Easy to Make Coffee Cocktails

 

 

National Coffee Day is this Saturday (Sept. 29).  For all you coffee and liquor enthusiasts here are are a few coffee cocktails that you can indulge in to celebrate the national holiday.

 

Cherry Mocha Coffee

Cherry Mocha Coffee

1 package hot chocolate from nestle

3/4 oz. Cherry brandy

1/2 oz. Kahlua

3/4 oz. Godiva

Use an 8oz cup, add all the ingredients, stir and top coffee with whipped cream and enjoy!

Source: JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa

 

Brown Sugar Coffee Old Fashioned

 Brown Sugar Coffee Old Fashioned

 2 oz Makers Mark Bourbon
4 drops of Orange bitters
1 bar spoon brown sugar
½ oz black coffee
Splash of Cherry Marnier

In Mixing glass add bar spoon of brown sugar and bitters stir to make a syrup, add coffee, Cherry Marnier and Bourbon then ice and stir

Strain over ice in an Old Fashioned Glass

Garnish with a Grand Marnier Soaked Morello Cherry and an Orange Twist.

Source: JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort & Spa

 

Honeyffee

honeyffee

 1.5 oz. Honey Jack Daniels Whiskey
1 oz. Brown Sugar syrup
4 oz. Coffee
Lightly whipped unsweetened cream

Source: JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa


Nutty Irishman

Nutty-Irishman

1/2 oz Bailey’s
1/2 oz Frangelico
6 oz coffee
Topped with frothed milk
Crushed pistachios on rim of glass

Source: The Amway Grand Plaza Hotel

 

B52

B52
Cygnus Coffee
1/2 oz Bailey’s
1/4 oz Kahlua
1/4 oz Grand Marnier
6 oz coffee
Topped with whipped cream and a spiral cookie

Source: The Amway Grand Plaza Hotel

 

Andes Mint

Andes Mint

1/2 oz Peppermint schnapps
1/2 oz Crème de cacao
6 oz coffee
Whipped cream topped with whipped cream, chocolate shavings, and a mint leaf

Source: The Amway Grand Plaza Hotel

 

Café Brûlot

Cafe Brulot

If you are a more adventurist cocktail enthusiast and are visiting NOLA in the next few months, you spark your taste buds with Café Brûlot, a flaming coffee cocktail at Windsor Court Hotel.

Cocktail Bar at the Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans has debuted a new twist on the traditional flaming libation, Café Brûlot, comprised of coffee, orange liqueur, cinnamon stick, sugar, cloves and lemon peels. Traditionally, Café Brûlot is made in a flameproof bowl and ladled into cups, but at the Windsor Court each table receives their own personal serving in a special stand and beaker which is served to the guest still flaming. Café Brûlot became popular during prohibition as a way to hide alcohol sales/consumption.

 

 

Comments

  1. Sheila says:

    YUM~ They all sound good but I really want to try the Andes Mint one.

  2. I want, no I NEED the Nutty Irishman!

  3. Jennifer h says:

    Neat ideas! Thanx! :)

  4. Robin says:

    That cherry mocha coffee IS getting made at my house today….whether my husband likes coffee or not. That sounds SOOOOO good and it is national coffee day afterall, so we should totally celebrate :)

  5. YUM! Thank you for all these great recipes – will be great when I have a girly get together

  6. These all look amazing! But the Cafe Brulot? That looks like a science experiment! :)

  7. Anne says:

    These look great!

  8. Rachel says:

    Andes Mint? Yes please!

  9. I bet these would be just as tasty without the alcohol.

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