Why Not Make Every Day National Coffee Day with Awesome Coffee Cocktails
Why not make every day National Coffee Day! Starting with a rich cup of joe in the morning and a coffee cocktail after dinner coffee lovers can now have many reasons to celebrate our favorite brew.
Who needs National Coffee Day on September 29th when, in our minds, it’s a national coffee holiday every day? This year, renew, reuse and recycle old trends by mixing your leftover morning coffee into rejuvenating cocktails for a fun night out with friends!
Toast to the caffeinated craze with these coffee cocktails from Kerrygold Irish Cream Liqueur, Fernet-Branca, Carpano Antica, Crystal Head Vodka, Koskenkorva Vodka,Tequila Avión and Lock Stock & Barrel.
1 ½ oz. Crystal Head Vodka
½ oz. Caffè Borghetti coffee liqueur
1 freshly brewed espresso shot
Chocolate shavings or coffee beans
Pour Crystal Head, coffee liqueur and espresso into a shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously to create froth then strain into a martini glass.
Chocolate shavings or finely crushed coffee beans
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Mint Mocha Spiked Coffee (created by Pam Wiznitzer)
1.5 oz. Kerrygold Irish Cream Liqueur
1 oz. Brancamenta
3 oz. cold coffee
.5 oz. Koskenkorva Vodka
.5 oz. Homemade Recycled Coffee Liqueur
.2 oz. Brown Sugar Simple Syrup
Measure ingredients and shake vigorously. Fine strain in a cocktail glass and serve. Recycled coffee liqueur: After brewing coffee, take the grounds and add them in 2 cups of vodka. Let sit for 12 hours and filter 3 times. Add 3.5 ounces and stir until sugar dissolved. Bottle in a heated bottle and keep in a cool and dark place. Keep for 6 months.
Not My Irish Coffee
Fernet-Branca, Brandy, White Crème de Cacao, Cold Brew, Simple
Syrup, housemade Fernet-Branca infused whipped cream, Scrappy’s Chocolate Bitters, shaved
1oz Tequila Avión Reposado
1oz Tequila Avión Espresso
1oz Chilled Coffee, Chilled Espresso, or Cold Brew Coffee
.25 Agave Syrup
Combine ingredients in a shaker tin, add ice, shake, and double strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with coffee beans or nothing at all.
The Third Man
Coffee-infused Santa Teresa 1796 rum, Cocchi di Torino, Fernet-Branca, Bénédictine, Angostura bitters, Orange oils, Flambéed coffee beans.
Topsy Turvy (by Jeremy Oertel)
2 oz. Carpano Antica Formula
1 oz. Lock Stock & Barrel Rye
1 tsp. Caffè Borghetti coffee liqueur
1 dash Mole Bitters (preferably Bittermens)