The combination of coffee with alcohol helps to warm up faster, which is especially necessary during the period of chilly winds, the first winter cold or at the first sign of a cold. In addition, thanks to caffeine, such alcoholic coffee with cognac, vodka, whiskey, brandy, liquor, wine, vermouth or rum, has the effect of invigorating intoxication.
Recipes and options for the preparation of alcoholic coffee with cognac, vodka, whiskey, brandy, liquor, rum, vermouth and wine, coffee punch recipes.
Coffee with Amaretto Liqueur.
90 g of Amaretto liqueur, 2 cups of Italian (strong) roasted coffee (plain or caffeine-free), a scoop of coffee ice cream, coriander grains. Pour Amaretto liquor into two wine glasses or cups made of heat-resistant material. Pour coffee on top. Garnish each glass with a scoop of ice cream and a grain of coriander. This unusual coffee originally completes Italian-style dinners..
. Heat cognac and liquor, pour them into a mug, add coffee, put whipped cream on top. Serve such coffee with cognac must be in beer mugs..
Boy-friend coffee with liquor.
45 ml of Dark Cream de Cocoa liqueur cream, 20 ml Peppermint peppermint liqueur, coffee, whipped cream to taste, 1 pc. cherries. Mix alcohol in a glass, add coffee prepared at the rate of 10 g per 100 ml of water, put whipped cream and cherry on top.
2 eggs, 60 g sugar, 150 ml red wine, 3 tbsp. tablespoons of ground coffee. Beat egg yolk with sugar well and add 100 ml of reddish. Prepare filtered coffee from 3/8 liter of water and ground coffee. Fill hot coffee with 4 cups in 2/3. Beat egg whites in a resistant foam and put it on a mixture of beaten yolk and wine, which should be added to glasses of coffee. In this mass, as it were, inject the remaining red wine. Serve with a straw.
Coffee with cognac, vermouth and eggs.
6 eggs, 50 g of powdered sugar, 500 g of cream, 500 g of milk, 500 g of red dessert vermouth, 250 g of cognac, 200 g of honey, 1 tbsp. a spoon with a top of finely ground natural coffee. Separate the proteins from the yolks, beat with a whisk, adding powdered sugar. Also whip the cream. Pour chilled milk, cognac, vermouth into the scallops, add yolks, honey and part of whipped cream.
Mix everything thoroughly so that the drink turns into a homogeneous mass in which not one of the components is visible. To better dissolve honey, it can be slightly warmed up. Pour coffee and cognac into glasses, each garnish with a “cap” of whipped cream and sprinkle abundantly with coffee powder.
Coffee “Eastern Secret” with wine.
3 teaspoons of freshly ground coffee, 2 cups of water, 1 cup of wine, 1 teaspoon of honey, 1 teaspoon of dried marigold inflorescences, 1 teaspoon of sugar. Mix coffee with calendula, pour into hot water, add sugar and quickly bring to a boil. Pour the wine gradually and bring to a boil again. Serve the drink in coffee cups, adding honey to each.
Coffee “Danish Prince” with vodka and a coin.
2 small coffee cups, 60 g of strong hot coffee (plain or caffeine-free), 60 g of vodka or caraway liqueur. Put the washed large coin on the bottom of the coffee cup. Pour coffee until the coin becomes invisible. Then add vodka or liquor to the cup until the coin becomes visible. Take out a coin and drink coffee, peeled in such an unusual way. You can lower the washed silver coin to the bottom of the coffee cup, which will then become a souvenir.
Coffee with cognac and liquor “Diabolo”.
20 ml of cognac, 20 ml of Grand Marnier liquor, 20 ml of Samouka liquor, 15 ml of sugar syrup, coffee to taste, orange (1 twist), whipped cream, 1 cherry. In an Irish coffee cup or tall glass, mix all of the above alcoholic drinks and sugar syrah. Add to taste freshly brewed coffee of moderate concentration (5%), mix thoroughly again, put whipped cream and cherry on top, decorate with a twist. A peel removed from an orange or lemon is called a twist in the form of a spiral, one end of which is lowered to the bottom, and the second is “fixed” on the wall of a glass of coffee with cognac and liquor.
Coffee with cognac “Devil’s nonsense”.
2 cinnamon sticks, 2 tbsp. tablespoons with a pile of ground coffee, 4 pieces of sugar, cognac, 1/2 liter of water or a little more. Boil a little more than 1/2 liter of water with cinnamon for 5 minutes, avoiding strong boiling, then remove the cinnamon sticks from the broth. From fine-ground coffee (powder) and “cinnamon” water, make good filtered coffee. Pour it into cups. In a preheated tablespoon, put a piece of sugar, pour cognac on it and set fire to it. After the flame goes out, add the contents of the spoon to the coffee. Repeat this procedure for each of the 4 cups of coffee with cognac.
Coffee with cognac, coffee liqueur and winter cocktail wine.
25 ml of coffee liquor, 25 ml of cognac, 25 ml of wine, 1/4 teaspoon of coffee. Mix coffee liquor, cognac, white sweet wine in a glass, then pour ground coffee on top, let stand a little. Such coffee with cognac is recommended for healthy people..
Irish coffee with whiskey.
100 g strong black coffee, 50 g cream, Irish whiskey to taste, sugar also to taste. Pour whiskey into a glass, add coffee and sugar, mix. Pour the cream over the handle of the spoon to form a layer, trying to make it so that the coffee and cream do not mix. Coffee is drunk through cream, preferably through a straw.
Cossack coffee with vodka and wine.
80 ml of strong coffee, 1 cup of vodka, 70 ml of wine, 1-2 pieces of ice, sugar to taste. Mix all the ingredients and pour into glasses. Serve chilled with ice. Wine is preferable to take red dry.
Kallipso coffee with rum and liquor.
10 g of coffee, 20 ml of rum, 20 ml of Tia Maria liqueur, 50-100 ml of water, cream. Mix alcohol in a glass. Make coffee according to a standard recipe and add it to a glass, put cream in the same place. Add coffee to the taste of the consumer, but consider that there is a rather significant percentage of alcohol.
Coffee with brandy “Canon”.
1 glass of cognac, coffee, sugar to taste. To the prepared cup of black coffee serve cognac in a cognac glass. Drink cognac and coffee alternately in small sips (each separately). Add sugar to taste in coffee with cognac.
Cappuccino international coffee with liquor and rum.
15 ml of Amaretto liqueur, 15 ml of Mexican Calua liqueur, 15 ml of Mayer dark rum, 15 ml of Vandermint liqueur, coffee express to taste. Mix all liquors in a tall glass and add coffee to taste.
Kyoki coffee with brandy and liquor.
15 ml brandy, 30 ml Kalua liqueur, freshly brewed coffee and whipped cream to taste. Brew concentrated coffee. Mix alcohol in a tall glass, adding coffee. Garnish with whipped cream.
Coffee punch “Copenhagen”.
1 cup of hot coffee, 2 teaspoons of sugar, 1 clove, 1 slice of cinnamon stick or slightly ground, 20 ml of rum. Pour freshly prepared hot coffee into glasses, put sugar and mix well. Then add cloves, cinnamon and heated rum to the coffee, leave for a while to infuse, and then serve.
Coffee with Royal brandy.
1 1/2 cups of strong hot coffee, 4 yolks, 4 teaspoons of honey, 4 tbsp. tablespoons of cognac, 8 tbsp. tablespoons of cream or unsweetened condensed milk. In each of the 4 cups put a yolk, add 1 tbsp. a spoonful of cognac, 1 teaspoon of honey and 2 tbsp. tablespoons of cream or condensed milk. Mix well with a spoon, which is left in a cup. Add hot coffee to the cups and serve.
3 coffee beans, 1 glass of brandy, 1 piece of sugar. Dip whole well-roasted coffee beans and refined sugar into chilled cognac. Drink cognac before sugar dissolves, then chew coffee beans with sugar.
Lada coffee with vodka.
10 g of coffee, 29 ml of Russian vodka (vodka can be of any name), 7 g of sugar, 100 ml of water. Pour freshly ground coffee into a coffee maker, pour cold water, bring to a boil, let it boil for 2 minutes, remove from heat. After 1-2 minutes add cold vodka to the coffee, pour another 1 minute into cups. Put sugar to taste and slightly vary the amount of vodka.
Mexican coffee with tequila and liquor.
15 ml of tequila, 30 ml of coffee liquor, 150 ml of coffee, whipped cream to taste. Mix alcohol in a tall glass, beat them lightly, then add coffee. Put cream on top. This is the most exciting of all types of Mexican coffee..
Michelle coffee cocktail with vodka and coffee liqueur.
25 g of vodka, 25 g of coffee liquor, coffee and 20% cream to taste. Mix alcohol, dilute the mixture with ready-made coffee, pour cream and whip in a shaker. In the absence of a shaker, you can beat in a glass jar. Serve with a straw in champagne glasses.
Mocha Punch Coffee with Dark Rum.
1 cup whipped cream, 1 tbsp. teaspoon of granulated sugar, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, 500 g of chocolate ice cream, 1/4 cup of dark rum, 4 cups of freshly brewed coffee (plain or caffeine-free). Whip cream with sugar and vanilla. Add crushed ice cream. Freshly mixed coffee with rum. Pour all the components into a special punch bowl, mix well until foam appears, serve immediately, pouring into cups. The recipe is designed for 12 people. Such coffee is most appropriate for a dinner party..
Milk coffee with an anchor.
Filter the brewed black coffee and add to it the same volume of milk or cream, as well as sugar to taste. Put the drink in the refrigerator for the time necessary so that it is well cooled, but exclude freezing. Before serving, add vanilla liquor at a rate of 30 g per 200 g of prepared coffee to the chilled white coffee. Pour coffee into tall glasses and serve with a straw.
Drink “Nikolashka” with cognac.
40 g of cognac, 1 cup of lemon, sugar, finely ground coffee. Fill a glass with cognac, put a circle of lemon on the edge of the glass, cover the drink with a little sugar, sprinkle plenty of ground coffee on top. If desired, brandy can be diluted with freshly brewed coffee..
Neapolitano coffee with liquor.
500 g of whipped cream, 60 g of Galliano or Neapolitano liqueur, 4 cups of French or Italian roasted coffee (plain or non-caffeinated). Beat coffee in a mixer with liqueur in a dense foam. Pour into four heat-resistant wine glasses. Fill them to the top with whipped cream so that the layers vary in color.
Devil coffee with rum.
1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon, 2 teaspoons of rum, 3 grains of roasted coffee, 1 bud of cloves, 1 teaspoon of sugar, concentrated black coffee. Put all the ingredients in a cup, pour with ready-made boiling strong black coffee, close the cup with a saucer and insist for 5 minutes. Regarding this recipe, Talleyrand said that coffee is “hot as hell, black as the devil, pure as an angel and sweet as love”.
Porto coffee with port.
1 cup of strong cold coffee (ordinary or caffeine-free), 60 g of white port, 2 tbsp. tablespoons granulated sugar, 1/2 teaspoon grated orange peel, a little cinnamon. Combine all these components and beat in a mixer at high speed. Pour into chilled wine glasses or wine glasses. Usually such a drink is served to cobbe. According to gourmets, port wine and coffee combine perfectly to taste..
Russian coffee with vodka.
45 ml of vodka of any name, coffee and whipped cream to taste, 1 cherry from compote, 1 teaspoon of sugar. Mix vodka and sugar in a glass. Add coffee, depending on the desire of the consumer, stir. Put whipped cream and cherry in the form of a cap.
Rum Coffee Punch.
1 liter of strong coffee, 1/2 liter of sweet wine, 375 g of rum, sugar to taste. Mix pre-cooked hot coffee with wine and rum. Heat the resulting drink and add sugar at the request of those who are offered punch. The drink is usually not consumed during a hearty meal. Small sandwiches will be a good complement to the punch.
Coffee with cognac and rum “Royal”.
7-10 g of black freshly ground coffee, 1 cup of water, 1 piece of refined sugar, cognac, rum. Brew coffee according to the usual or preferred recipe. Pour a little cognac, rum or a mixture of it into a teaspoon, put a slice of sugar and hold a spoon over a cup of boiling coffee until it is warmed by the steam coming from the coffee, and the refined drink is saturated with alcohol. Then light it in a spoon.
Here you need to be very careful and watch that the blazing sugar drips directly into the cup and does not spatter (coffee prepared in this way does not have an intoxicating effect). When the flame begins to fade, pour the contents into a cup and rinse a spoon with a burning mixture in it. The very procedure for making such coffee with cognac looks very impressive, especially if everything happens with the candles extinguished or in low light. Served such coffee with cognac at gala dinners and has always been a success..
Rubin coffee punch with wine.
12 g of coffee, 25 g of sugar, 50 ml of red table wine, 150 ml of water. Brew black coffee, strain, dissolve sugar in it, pour in the selected wine, bring to a boil, but do not boil. Serve in cups or glasses with cup holders.
Brandy Coffee Punch.
6 eggs, grated zest of one lemon, 1/2 cup of granulated sugar, 3 cups of strong cold coffee (plain or caffeine-free), 2/3 cup of brandy or cognac. Beat the eggs with lemon zest until the mixture is light and foamy. Without stopping the whipping, slowly add sugar until thickened. Stir slowly, pour in coffee and immediately add brandy or cognac. Serve in chilled glasses. It looks like a foaming drink with a delicate sweet taste. It is considered to be especially festive and served, for example, at Christmas.
Mix 200 g of freshly roasted natural coffee and 3/4 liter of water and make coffee. Dilute 850 g of sugar in 3/4 liter of water and boil it with half a stick of vanilla. When the coffee and vanilla syrup have cooled, mix them together, remove the vanilla from the syrup and add 1 liter of 96% alcohol to it. Let it brew for 3-4 days, strain and bottle. The longer the liquor stays in the bottle, the better its quality..
Coffee with Cocoa Liqueur.
2 cups of strong cold coffee, 2 teaspoons of sugar syrup, 60 g of cocoa liquor, 2 tbsp. tablespoons of whipped cream, 1/2 teaspoon of cocoa powder, 1/2 teaspoon of grated orange peel. Brew strong coffee according to the usual recipe and cool it. Mix it with sugar syrup and liquor. Pour into tall glasses, filling them just above half. Then fill the glasses to the top with whipped cream, and sprinkle cocoa powder and grated orange zest on top of the cream. Such a drink will be enjoyed on a hot summer day.
Coffee with beer and brandy..
2 tbsp. tablespoons of granulated sugar, 4 ice cubes, 1 cup of strong cold coffee (plain or caffeine-free), 1 cup of a porter / beer mixture (50:50), 60 g brandy, 1/4 cup sweet whipped cream. Put sugar, ice cubes in a mixer glass, pour coffee. Beat at medium speed for 20 seconds, then add a mixture of porter with beer and brandy. Continue whipping for another 5 seconds. Pour the drink into 2 tall glasses, put an ice cube in each of them, cover with a “cap” of whipped cream.
25 g of cognac, 25 g of Coffee liqueur, 250 g of lemon juice, a slice of lemon, 100 g of ready-made weak coffee. Pour the first three components into a pre-warmed glass, dilute with hot coffee and mix with a spoon. Decorate the prepared drink with a slice of lemon. Serve in a tall glass or highball glass.
Black Beauty coffee with dark rum and ice.
30 g of strong dark rum, 120 g of black coffee (ordinary or caffeine-free), 2 teaspoons of powdered sugar, crushed ice. Put crushed ice in large heat-resistant glasses, tapering upwards, then pour rum and black coffee, stir well, sprinkle with powdered sugar. The recipe appeals to alcohol lovers more.
Shotpansky coffee with liqueur and whiskey.
20 ml of Drambuy liquor, 20 ml of Scotch Scotch whiskey, coffee to taste. Mix alcohol in an Irish coffee cup, add freshly brewed coffee as desired.
Jamaica coffee with liquor.
20 ml of Mexican liqueur “Kalua”, 20 ml of rum liqueur cream “Manera”, coffee and whipped cream to taste. Mix together the indicated alcoholic drinks and coffee in a tall glass or cup. Top with whipped cream.
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