* Louisiana Coffee Recipes * Louisiana coffee is the main ingredient for these recipes. It is a dark roast coffee often with an added flavor of chicory in it. Chicory is a type of plant that grows wild in areas such as the Mediterranean and New Orleans. The leaves are used for… Continue reading Louisiana Coffee
This one is a classic. Milk or cream makes an excellent complement that tames the coffee flavors down to mellow, warm comfort.
* Buttered Rum Coffee Recipe * Ingredients: 1/3 c Ground coffee 1/4 ts Freshly ground nutmeg 1 1/4 ts Rum extract 1/8 ts Liquid butter flavoring How To: Place coffee and nutmeg in a blender or food processor fitted with a steel blade. In a cup, combine remaining ingredients. With processor running, add… Continue reading Buttered Rum Coffee
Try a spin on a dessert-time favorite.
Experience this delightful mix of spice and flavor to naturally enhance your cup of coffee.
Amaretto is a sweet Italian liqueur that originated in Saronno. Amaretto tends to be a little thick and excessively sweet straight out of the bottle.
This one is a spin on a favorite of mine at McDonald’s, the Sugar Free Vanilla Iced Coffee. The brown sugar in this recipe adds a touch of molasses flavor to the coffee. Using instant coffee is forgiven in this case, many flavored coffees mask the taste of the coffee anyways. Alpine Carnival Ingredients:… Continue reading Alpine Carnival Coffee Recipe
* Canadian Coffee Recipe * The maple syrup is a signature taste of something considered distinctly Canadian in origin. I am not a big fan of alcoholic beverages, but the whiskey probably adds another kick if the caffeinated goodness isn’t enough. Canadian Coffee Ingredients: ¼ c Maple syrup; pure ½ c Rye whiskey 3 c… Continue reading Canadian Coffee Recipe
Alexander – a cocktail of equal parts of gin, creme de cacao (chocolate liqueur), and cream. Then, came the Brandy Alexander where the brandy replaced the gin. Finally, followed by Coffee Alexander with chocolate liqueur was substituted by coffee liqueur. This is also a popular dessert drink centered in the Oregon area of the United States. Alexander Espresso Ingredients: 1… Continue reading Alexander Espresso
This article discusses how to make a cup of café de olla, and tells a short story about its historical origins. Café de olla is a drink steeped in Mexican history. During the early days of the Mexican Revolution in 1910, soldaderas, also known as adelitas, supported soldiers by cooking, cleaning, and setting up camp. They prepared café de… Continue reading Cafe de Olla