What’s a better way to keep the party alive than with spiked coffee? The mixture of caffeine and alcohol is a popular option for those looking to enjoy a combination of the world’s most popular vices. Of course, you may be most familiar with an espresso martini, so today, we’re introducing you to a few new spiked coffee recipes.
Keep the party going and keep the drinks flowing! These five popular spiked coffee concoctions for the 21+ crowd are perfect for a weekend celebration.
- 1.5 oz Anchor Distilling Christmas Spirit
- .5 oz espresso
- .25 oz Tempus Fugit Spirits Crème de Cacao
- .25 oz Tempus Fugit Spirits Crème de Menthe
- .5 oz heavy cream
- 2 dashes Angostura bitters
Shake well and strain over new ice into rocks glass. Garnish with a mini candy cane.
- 1 oz Kahlúa 1 oz
- Absolut Vodka 1 oz cream
- Top with Cola
Shake the alcohol and cream with ice. Strain into a short glass with lots of ice, but make sure not to fill it to the brim. Leave some space to top it off with cola.
The ODB (Old Duck Blind)
- 16 oz hot coffee
- 8 oz Knob Creek Bourbon
- 2 oz cream
- 2 oz Grade B maple syrup
- 1 pinch cinnamon
- .25 teaspoon Mexican vanilla
Pour 4 oz of above mix heated with cappuccino machine steamer into tempered glass coffee mug. For foam, dry shake heavy cream mixed with a few drops of Kahlua. Layer it over the top, dust with a pinch of sugar and torch it from the top lightly so as not to break the glass.
Cold Brew Cabana
- 1.5 parts Havana Club Añejo Clásico rum
- .75 part cold brew
- .5 part Giffard Banana Liqueur
- 3 drops of ginger bitters
- 1 drop of vanilla extract
Shake all ingredients together with ice and strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with a banana chip.
- 2 oz vanilla vodka
- .5 oz cream de cocoa
- 1 oz Kahlúa
- 1 scoop vanilla ice cream
Add two ounces of vanilla vodka, half an ounce of creme de cocoa, and one ounce of Kahlúa into a shaker. Drop in about 3 ice cubes. Close the shaker and shake until the liquid is chilled.
Pour mixture into a martini glass and top it off with vanilla ice cream. Serve with a spoon and enjoy.
[Thank you to https://www.townandcountrymag.com/ for the recipe inspiration!]