The combination of milk, half-and-half, and melted white chocolate gives rich flavor and smooth texture to this hot beverage.
A topping of whipped cream is an indulgent plus for many coffee drink recipes.
Make this citrus-flavored coffee from a mix of ground coffee, brown sugar, cinnamon, and grated orange peel. Keep the mix
on hand for a quick treat, or package it in jars and give as gifts. To make the coffee a little more "spirited," you can add
a splash of homemade coffee liqueur.
Coffee punch is a holiday specialty served throughout the south for brunch or a holiday open house. This one is extra rich
and creamy because it has eggnog in addition to two types of ice cream. One online reviewer states that it's a "perfect after-dinner
Cloves and cinnamon steep with dark roasted coffee and sugar for a special warm finale to any holiday dinner party. Amaretto
liqueur is stirred in at the finish for guests in the mood for a little holiday cheer.
Pralines and cream make a Southern style coffee that adds a sweet finish to any festive celebration. To keep it simple, the
praline flavor comes from praline liqueur and the coffee is sweetened with brown sugar.
Instant coffee, chocolate syrup, and a little sugar make the base for one wicked coffee drink. Make it up ahead of time and
add ice cream and a splash of ginger ale just before serving at girls-only gatherings.
Freeze strong brewed coffee in ice cube trays so it's always at the ready to blend up into this light mocha frappé. Made with
two percent milk, guests will feel positively indulgent without really going overboard.
Louisiana pirate Jean Lafitte is credited with this rich coffee brew spiked with cinnamon, cloves, citrus rind, brandy, and
orange liqueur. Igniting the liqueur helps "cook" in the citrus flavor and makes for a showy holiday tableside drink.