What alcoholic beverage is best mixed with coffee?

What alcoholic beverage is best mixed with coffee?

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  1. Brandy, Kahlua, Irish Whiskey Irish Cream Rum with Kahlua & so many more options. Look online you’ll find 100s of alcohol based coffee drinks

  2. Honestly there is no magic bullet here. My favorite alcohol to mix with coffee is Baileys. Hands down a personal fave during the holidays.

  3. Vodka due to how thin it is, vanilla vodka with a bit or amaretto is always good, shake it in a shaker and add some whipped cream, you got yourself a deal breaker.

  4. I’d go for Brandy. It doesn’t need to be V.S.O.P (Very Special Old Plonk) but just an own brand from a local supermarket. I usually have it as my last drink before bed. However, the coffee itself needs to be of good quality.

  5. I don’t know about coffee but someone I knew used to mix a few tablespoons of Johnny Walker into his nightly hot chocolate. He said it helped him sleep.
    I don’t know if Johnny Walker is good mixed with coffee though. The “classic” mix that I hear that goes well with coffee is a few teaspoons of Baileys.


  6. Now you have the classic ones:
    Irish coffee : half coffee half Irish whisky . Which half is bigger only depends on your percentage of Irish blood.
    Viener coffee : A kind of cappuccino with brandy/cognac, not as much as the Irish version. I discovered it in Munchen in an Austrian coffee restaurant and appreciate it ever since.
    Vodka + coffee is a NO-NO for me since real genuine vodka ( Polish, Russian or whatever) has its own flavour when it is very cold. Pour alcohol in coffee… yeah, as you wish … but waste good quality ice cold vodka and good quality hot coffee to mix …. better rethink your options.


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  8. One half cup very strong (espresso)coffee..a day old is even better. One shot Kahlua and one shot Bailey’s . If it was a really hard night, throw in a shot of cheap vodka. Oscar will rise again..I promise.

  9. If you’re anything like me, the idea of mixing vodka and coffee immediately makes you pull a face. But, hear me out. With this cardamom coffee concentrate, vanilla simple syrup, heavy cream, and some vodka, this cardamom and vanilla coffee cocktail from offbeat and inspired is rich, robust, and delicious.
    2. Rum
    I’m sure you’ve already heard of mixing rum and coffee. But, have you ever thought of creating a coffee milkshake? That alone sounds too good to be true. Add in some whipped cream and salty chocolate-covered coffee beans, and I’m drooling. Needless to say, this coffee and rum milkshake from a cozy kitchen is sure to please.
    3. Hazelnut Liqueur
    Coffee and hazelnut are a perfect pair. So, it’s really no surprise that this creamy boozy iced coffee from averie cooks looks nothing short of delicious. Topped with some whipped cream and chocolate savings, this drink is positively decadent.
    4. Bourbon
    This kicked up latte from endless simmer has extra bold coffee, rich butterscotch, and — of course — bourbon. With that classic latte foam and some tasty butterscotch drizzle, coffee cocktails don’t get much better than this.
    5. Kahlúa
    You had to know that this coffee-flavored liqueur would appear somewhere on the list. After all, what could be better than mixing coffee with more coffee?
    6. Whiskey
    Of course, you could always opt for the standard Baileys, with its combination of cream and whiskey. But, if you’re craving a little something extra, give this recipe from I am a food a try. It’s surprisingly simple, with just Vietnamese coffee and straight Irish whiskey.
    7. Tequila
    Tequila is one booze you might not have thought of mixing with coffee. It seems more well-suited for margaritas. But, with coffee, cream, and cinnamon sugar, there’s no denying that this drink is absolutely delicious.
    8. Brandy
    This creamy milkshake uses a vanilla cognac. Have you ever wondered what exactly cognac is? Quite simply, it’s a type of brandy produced only in the Cognac region of France. Fancy, right? Think of this frothy and cool milkshake as the adult spin on your favorite childhood treat.


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