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Coffee Cocktail Recipes You Can Make For Any Occasion

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When coffee and alcohol combine, you’ll surely get an interesting treat. Yes, you love coffee, and you also enjoy a little cocktail here and there. These coffee cocktail recipes are not your average nightcap recipes – you can drink them anytime you want and for any occasion you wish. The following are five recipes which are a marriage of the world’s most beloved beverages.

 

Recipe 1: Coffee-Choco Vodka Twist

You might remember a White Russian drink while enjoying this cocktail. It is a delectable blend of coffee liqueur, chocolate milk, and vodka. Yum, all throughout the night.

(Nutritional Info: 438 kcal, 2.6 grams fat, 37.5 grams carbohydrates, 3.8 grams protein, 96 mg sodium, 10 mg cholesterol)

Servings: 1

Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

–    2 fluid ounces coffee liqueur

–    2 fluid ounces vodka

–    4 fluid ounces chocolate milk, add more as desired

–    Ice cubes (as much as you want)

Instructions:

  1. Pour ice in a pint glass
  2. Then pour coffee-flavored liqueur and vodka over the ice.
  3. Top it off with chocolate milk.
  4. Stir everything and bottoms up!

 

Recipe 2: French Vanilla Martini

Your favorite French coffee and classy martini combined – and you have a winning drink! You may use decaf coffee if you want to drink this all night. Let coffee beans float on top as a garnish for the coffee lover in you.

(Nutritional Info: 127 kcal, 0.3 grams fat, 6.7 grams carbohydrates, 0.8 grams protein, 22 mg sodium, 0 mg cholesterol)

Servings: 2

Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

–    2 fluid ounces brewed espresso

–    1 fluid ounce coffee liqueur

–    2 fluid ounces vodka

–    2 fluid ounces vanilla-flavored soy milk

–    ½ cup ice cubes, add as desired

Instructions:

  1. Pour some ice in a cocktail shaker.
  2. Then pour espresso, coffee-flavored liqueur, vodka, and soy milk over the ice.
  3. Cover the cocktail shaker and shake everything well.
  4. Strain the drink and pour into two martini glasses.
  5. Enjoy!

 

Recipe 3: Cola Mocha Love

This is a no-fuss drink which you can make in a minute. This simple and sweet formula can give you a boost anytime of the day. Bottoms up to sugar and caffeine rush!

Servings: 1

Preparation Time: 1 minute

Ingredients:

–    2 fluid ounces cola-flavored carbonated beverage

–    2 fluid ounces coffee liqueur

–    Ice cubes

Instructions:

  1. Fill three-fourths of a highball glass with ice cubes.
  2. Pour in coffee-flavored liqueur.
  3. Top it off with cola.
  4. Stir everything and enjoy!

 

Recipe 4: Baileys Coffee Ice Cream Punch

If you love coffee, ice cream, and Baileys, then this drink is for you. This cocktail is perfect for Sunday morning brunches or binge Fridays. This is the ultimate comfort food in a drink. The recipe serves 6 people, so you might want to make this one for an after-party.

Servings: 6

Preparation Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

–    12 cups brewed coffee

–    12 fluid ounces Irish cream liqueur

–    1-pint French vanilla ice cream

Instructions:

  1. After brewing coffee, fill each large glass or big cup with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
  2. Pour just enough Irish cream liqueur over each scoop of ice cream. Make sure that each scoop is lightly coated with the cream liqueur.
  3. Fill half of each cup with brewed coffee.
  4. Serve the cocktails with available condiments (Irish cream, sugar, half-and-half) for the guests to add according to taste.

 

Recipe 5: Irish Coffee Boom

You will never get another wonder boost than combining piping hot coffee with Irish whiskey. This can make cold evenings warmer than a purring fluffy cat.

Servings: 1

Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

–    6 fluid ounces hot coffee

–    1 ½ fluid ounces Irish whiskey

–    1 tablespoon sugar

–    ¼ cup whipped cream

–    1 teaspoon white sugar, add more to taste

–    Chocolate syrup

Instructions:

  1. Sprinkle sugar on a plate.
  2. Wet the rim of an Irish coffee glass using a moistened paper towel. Then dip the rim in the sugar on the plate, coating it evenly.
  3. Pour Irish whiskey into the coffee glass.
  4. Fill it up with coffee, up to ½ inch from the top.
  5. Add in sugar and stir well.
  6. Top the beverage with whipped cream and drizzle with chocolate syrup.

 

Note: If you prefer to make your own signature coffee liqueur, you might want to check out this recipe list for a coffee liqueur recipe you can adjust according to taste.

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