1/2 cup Tea (Earl Grey or Yellow Label)
1/2 cup Bailey's irish cream
1 splash Whisky
Make some tea, put it in the cup, half full. Fill up with Baileys to taste. Add a splash of Whisky (optional) to taste
1 cup strong Coffee
4 cl Aquavit
By taste Sugar
Pour the coffee in an ordinary coffee cup. Add the aquavit. Add sugar by taste. Stir and have a nice evening (morning)
Strong, black ground Coffee
Prepare a pot of coffee at a good European strength. In the ground coffee, add 2 or 3 freshly ground cardamom pods. Sweeten while hot, then cool quickly. Serve in highball glass over ice, with cream. To get the layered effect, place a spoon atop the coffee and pour the milk carefully into the spoon so that it floats on the top of the coffee.
4 cl Licor 43
Fill with Coffee
Put liquer and coffee into mug. Pour cream gently over the coffee, don't let them mix.
5-6 oz Coffee
1 oz Bailey's irish cream
1 oz Kahlua
2 splashes Butterscotch schnapps (Buttershots)
Fill coffee mug 3/4 full, add Irish cream, Kahlua and then Butterscotch Schnapps.
2 oz Kahlua
2 oz Cognac
4 oz strong Espresso
Mix congac, kaluha, and espresso in a parfait glass and stir gently. Top with whipped cream. Serve.
1 oz Peppermint schnapps
1 oz Amaretto
3 oz Irish cream
Fill with 3 oz Coffee
Please add in order from light to heavy finishing with coffee. No mixing required.
6 oz black brewed Coffee
2 oz Bailey's irish cream
2 oz Kahlua
1 splash Frangelico
Pour coffee over crushed ice,or small ice cubes,in blender. Add all other ingredients and blend on high speed until desired consistency.
1 oz Caramel
1 shot Apple schnapps
2 shots Espresso
1 shot steamed Milk
In Irish coffee mug pour chilled caramel, then slowly pour one shot of chilled apple shnapps over caramel. Slowly add steamed milk, pour espresso through steamed milk exceedingly slowly, top with whip cream or foam. It should come out to be a 4 layer happily alcoholic Latte.
6 tblsp Fine ground whole, rich Coffee beans?
1/4 tsp Coriander, ground
4-5 whole green Cardamom pods, ground
Place the coffee and spices in the filter cone of your coffee maker. Brew coffee as usual, let it cool. In a tall glass, dissolve 1 or 2 teaspoons of sugar in an ounce of the coffee (it's easier to dissolve than if you put it right over ice). Add 5-6 ice cubes and pour coffee to within about 1 inch of the top of the glass. Rest a spoon on top of the coffee and slowly pour whipping cream into the spoon. This will make the cream float on top of the coffee rather than dispersing into it right away.