"Vodka is flavored with coffee and vanilla, then sweetened with brown sugar. Excellent for sipping, and makes a nice gift!" — SWIZZLESTICKS
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3 1/2 cups
instant coffee granules
1 (750 milliliter) bottle
Excellent recipe! I doubled the recipe and was a bit short on brown sugar, so had to use a cup of white sugar which may have made it slightly sweeter than actual Kahlua, but still good! I also used an extra 1/2 cup of ground coffee because I like a strong coffee flavor. Makes a very tasty White Russian and makes great gifts! My friends were very impressed and it saved me money on Christmas shopping, especially since I got a decent bottle of vodka on sale!
Meh. I'll save the time and effort and just go buy Starbucks Coffee Liqueur. I know for a fact it will taste great and won't have to worry about messing it up. Thanks!
I tried several coffee liqueur recipes on the internet and this is definitely the best. The difference is the brown sugar...makes the end result very thick and syrupy. I don't even like commercial Kahlua, but I can drink this straight. Try rum or brandy instead of the vodka. Enjoy!
TIS IS THE SECOND YEAR I HAVE MADE THIS RECIPE. IT IS VERY EASY AND MY FRIENDS CAN'T WAIT TILL IT IS FINISHED ! FILL LITTLE FANCY BOTTLES AND YOU HAVE A GREAT GIFT !
Fabulous, I used brewed espresso because I like a a more robust coffee flavour...in fact I have Cuban coffee beans and just brewed the coffee with the sugar in the Cuban style and then went from there.
I'd guess this would be great with a little less sugar and rum....next time!
This Kahlua is great! I enjoy it as white russian, but with skim milk instead of cream to cut down on calories and fat. It's really easy to make and I definetly recommend it!
this is the best recipe i've found for coffee liquor. i've made it several times now. it also makes great gifts, especially during the holidays.
This makes about 8 cups.
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