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Stupefying Coffee Drink Recipes That Your Table is Begging For

Coffee Drink Recipes
Throughout history, great men have vouched for the importance of coffee in their lives. Try out these awesome and easy coffee recipes, and you'll know why. Besides, it's always great to take a break from the everyday and mundane.
Ankana Dey Choudhury
Coffee is a beverage that can be enjoyed at any time of the day, and makes for one of the most versatile drinks. Just a few culinary tweaks here and there, and you can make it ideal for any occasion. Even otherwise, taking a break for the normal cuppa concoction is always a welcome break.
Coffee with Alcohol
Perfect for a cold, cozy evening indoors to keep the shivers away. But other than just Irish coffee, there indeed exists a few other variations which can satiate both liquor and coffee lovers alike. Here are some of them.
Hot Coffee with Rum Punch
Grog with blue flame
For a serving for two, you'll need,
  • Black coffee, 2 pints (strong)
  • Rum, a glass
  • Cloves, 6
  • Cinnamon, a stick
  • Orange rinds, 2 (finely pared)
  • Sugar, 2 tbsp.
Take a saucepan and put the orange peel, cloves, cinnamon, and sugar into it. Now, put the vessel on medium flame and gradually add rum. Keep stirring the solution gently, all the while keeping an eye that it doesn't catch fire. When it comes to a strong simmer, add the coffee, and voila! Serve it to people with shivering issues.
Café Brulot
For a group of four, you'll need,
  • Coffee, 2 cups (strong and hot)
  • Cognac, ½ a cup
  • Orange liquor by the likes of Grand Marnier, 2 tbsp.
  • Cloves, 4
  • Cinnamon, a stick (crudely snapped)
  • Orange peel, ½
  • Lemon peel, ½
  • Sugar, 4 cubes
Take a saucepan and put the orange peel, lemon peel, cloves, cinnamon, and sugar into it. Now put on a low flame and pour in the cognac and the orange liquor, and keep stirring gently. Now take a long match and set the concoction ablaze. Now pour the coffee in a circular motion over the flaming liquid. Do not stop stirring at the same time, until the flame subsides. Use punch cups to serve this drink and drink up.
Jedi Mind Trick
For a sherry glassful, you'll need,
  • Kahlua, 20 ml
  • Cognac, ½ a cup
  • Amaretto, 10 ml
  • Bailey's Irish cream, 20 ml
  • Vodka, 30 ml
Just mix everything together and pour over 2 - 3 ice cubes and nirvana!
All Canadian Coffee
Canadian Coffee
For a foursome, just gather,
  • Coffee, 3 cups (black and double-strong)
  • Rye whiskey, ½ cup
  • Maple syrup, ¼ cup and 4 tsp. separately (pure)
  • Whipped cream, ¾ cup
To prepare the topping, beat the cream and 4 tsp. of maple syrup together until soft mounds are formed and keep aside. Now take 4 goblets and pour equal amounts of maple syrup and whiskey into them. Pour the coffee up to 1 inch of the rim. Next spoon the topping over it and servez vous!
Brandied Chocolate Coffee Punch
Brandied Chocolate Coffee Punch
For a glassful, ensure that you have,
  • Coffee, 1 cup (prepared cold coffee)
  • Brandy, 2 tbsp.
  • Milk, 1 cup
  • Chocolate, 2 squares (semisweet and molten)
First, pour the coffee in an ice-cube tray and freeze to have coffee cubes. Now add the cubes to the milk, along with the molten chocolate and brandy. Now blend in a mixer until it becomes a frothy delight. Great for an evening with books to catch up on!
Coffee with Butter
Fresh fatty coffee
To make this smooth drink for two, you need just about,
  • Jamaican coffee, 45 g (freshly made)
  • Dark rum, 2 tbsp.
  • Butter, 2 tsp. (unsalted)
  • Cloves, 2 (whole)
  • Brown sugar, 2 tsp.
  • Nutmeg, ¼ tsp.
Place the butter in Irish coffee mugs and then pour the coffee into it. Stir in the brown sugar, followed by the rum, and a clove in each glass. Sprinkle some fine nutmeg for flavor and then drink up like there's no tomorrow! This is the drink you should make for a date and believe me, things will warm up.
Rich, Creamy Coffee
The joy of licking off the creamy froth resting on the upper lip, after a satisfying coffee sip is sheer unadulterated bliss! Go on and try some of the following coffee recipes with a twist to relive this joy every time.
Alexander Espresso
For a couple, grab
  • Coffee, 1 tbsp. (ground espresso)
  • Brandy, 2 tsp.
  • Water, 1 cup (cold)
  • Whipped cream, 2 tbsp.
  • Crème de Cacao, 4 tsp.
  • Cinnamon, 1 (3" long)
  • Chocolate, 1 (semisweet and grated)
Make espresso in the usual manner with coffee and water and then add the cinnamon to it, after breaking it into small pieces. Keep aside for slight cooling. Now, add the brandy and Crème de Cacao to it, all the while mildly stirring. Then pour this into demitasse cups. Now beat the cream and add a scoop of it as a topping on each cup. Now generously add chocolate gratings or curls on it and your treat is ready.
Black Forest Coffee
For a goblet, take care to have,
  • Coffee, 6 oz. (freshly brewed)
  • Chocolate syrup, 2 tbsp.
  • Maraschino cheery juice, 1 tbsp.
  • Whipped cream, 1 tbsp.
  • Maraschino cherry, 1
  • Chocolate, ½ (semisweet and grated)
Simply blend together coffee, chocolate syrup, and cheery juice. Add a dollop of whipped cream on top and sprinkle some chocolate gratings on top. Place a cherry on it and it's ready to be enjoyed.
Orange Coffee
For a cozy twosome, you should have,
  • Coffee, 1 cup (strong)
  • Hot chocolate, 1 cup
  • Orange, 2 slices
  • Whipped cream, 1 tbsp.
  • Cinnamon, a dash
Blend together coffee and chocolate. Next pour this into cups, each wedged with an orange slice. Top with cream and sprinkle with cinnamon. A baby could prepare this!
European Coffee
For 2 people, you need to have,
  • Coffee, 1 cup (strong)
  • Egg white, 1
  • Vanilla extract, ¼ tsp.
  • Half and half, 2 tbsp. (half cream and half milk)
Whip the egg white until soft mounds form and then add the vanilla extract. Continue beating until mixture stiffens. Pour it into mugs and then pour the coffee on it. Use the half and half as the lathered topping.
Coconut Coffee
For a group of eight, you should have,
  • Coffee, 4 cups (hot brewed)
  • Cream of coconut, 15 oz.
  • Whipped cream (sweetened)
  • Half and half, 2 cups
Commingle cream of coconut and half and half, and boil them together on medium flame. Stir constantly and add coffee, when boiling. Top with whipped cream.
Cold Coffee
So, on a summer morning, to tingle your family's taste buds, try out these delectable cold coffee recipes and freshen them up.
Frappe Iced Coffee
For a mugful, get in place,
  • Instant coffee, ½ tsp.
  • Sugar, to taste
  • Water, ½ tsp.
  • Milk
  • Ice cubes
Take a shaker and add coffee, water, sugar, and ice and then give it a nice vigorous shake. Pour into flutes and see to it that the top is frothy. Next pour the milk as per your liking. Tweak the ingredients to suit thy taste buds!
Coffee Soda
glass full of cola flavored soda and ice
For a glassful, gather,
  • Coffee, ½ cup
  • Cola, ¼ bottle
  • Orange, a slice
Pour coffee over ice cubes and then the cola. Garnish with orange slice and there you are.
Iced Coffee
Iced Latte
For a drink for one, you need to grab,
  • Coffee, ¼ cup (freshly brewed, chilled, and pretty strong)
  • Milk, ½ cup (chilled)
  • Ice, ¼ cup (crushed)
  • Cream, ½ tbsp. (thick)
  • Chocolate, a little (plain and grated)
  • Sugar, to taste
Layer a glass with crushed ice and pour cold coffee into it so that it fills ⅔ of the glass. Now add the milk and sugar. Scoop out a helping of fresh cream and place the blob on top. Dust some chocolate shavings on top and serve with a long spoon.
Ice Cream Mocha Coffee
For two people, you need approximately,
  • Coffee, 4 tbsp. (ground to dust)
  • Milk, 2 cups
  • Water, ¼ cup (hot)
  • Cream, 2 scoops (sweetened and whipped)
  • Chocolate ice cream, 2 scoops
  • Club soda, ½ quart
Mix coffee and milk with hot water and stir till it becomes a uniform solution. Now place a blob of ice cream in both the glasses and then pour the coffee solution over it. Now fill the remaining part with soda, up to the brim and squeeze out fresh, sweetened cream on top. Mmmmm!!!
Cola-Coffee Float
What you need for a two servings of this are,
  • Coffee, 1¼ cups (sugarless and cold)
  • Cola, 500 ml
  • Cream, 75 ml (not thickened)
  • Vanilla ice cream, 2 scoops
Coalesce coffee and cream and fill two tall glasses with the admixture, up to half. Add a layer of ice cream and then gently pour cola from top. Serve with a long spoon.
With 400 million cups of coffee being drunk everyday, and Americans, Germans, and the French consuming 65% of it, coffee indeed takes a very special place in the hearts, or more precisely, tongues and minds of earthlings.