Recipe by SILLYT
"This is a sweet coffee drink, for all you coffee lovers who want an extra kick in your java."
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3/4 fluid ounce
3/4 fluid ounce
Irish cream liqueur
1/2 fluid ounce
creme de cacao liqueur
brandy-based orange liqueur (such as Grand Marnier®)
hot brewed coffee
1 1/2 fluid ounces
I am one of those odd people that enjoy coffee while I am winding down to go to bed, this one is a keeper for me! A few cups of this at the office and ya might just like your boss! ;)~
Ohhhhhh, this was SO nice! I used less liqueur in general than called for, Godiva White Chocolate liqueur rather than creme de cacao and eliminated the Grand Marnier altogether (never did care for orange flavored liqueur). This really was a pleasant blend of flavors and an indulgent after dinner treat.
Very good recipe! If you like liqueurs, this is great. For those of you who don't like a really strong alcohol taste, try cutting the amount of liqueurs in half.
This was really good. I didn't have any creme de cacao liqueur, so I subbed Godiva liqueur and it turned out fine. I also went heavy on the whipped cream. YUM!!
I loved this! I didn't use as much chocolate as called for...I just hit my cup w/ a squirt or two. I had this as an after-dinner coffee & it was the perfect finish...thanks!
Yum! I'm not a coffee drinker and loved this!
The best coffee drink ever!
So tasty! Tastes like something from one of the coffee houses, but with a kick!
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