When the weather gets colder there's something so comforting about boozy coffee and a fireplace. A White Russian and an Irish Coffee are essential coffee cocktails, but have you ever tried a cold brew coffee cocktail? What about an Old-Fashioned flavored with coffee? Join us as we get our caffeine and alcohol buzz on.
Coffee Cocktails To Serve All Season Long
The Big Lebowski's drink of choice, the White Russian is a cocktail recipe comprised of vodka, coffee liqueur, and half-and-half or heavy cream. If you want more of a coffee drink, add a touch of espresso or ice coffee. Skip the cream and you've got yourself a Black Russian cocktail.
Enjoyed with Jameson Irish whiskey, hot coffee, cream, and brown sugar, this 19th century classic cocktail is warm and easy to drink.
Boozy Whipped Coffee
Coffee lovers have fallen for dalgona coffee. Add a boozy element to your brunch with the addition of Kahlúa.
Brazilian Iced Coffee
Sweet and creamy, this after-dinner drink is mixed in a cocktail shaker with espresso, sweetened condensed milk, coconut rum, and dark rum and garnished with ground espresso beans.
Amaretto, brandy, hot coffee, oh my! This afternoon pick-me-up is sweeter than a plain cup of joe.
Kahlua and Baileys Iced Coffee
Strong coffee, Kahlua, and Baileys make this chocolate concoction irresistible! It tastes like a mocha with the addition of coffee and whipped cream.
Baileys Frozen Mochaccino
More of a think ice cream than drink, this coffee cocktail recipe features Baileys, strong coffee, sugar, and whipped cream. I bet this would taste amazing with a hint of hazelnut chocolate spread or a garnish of chocolate coffee beans.
Long Island Iced Coffee
You're the barista at your home coffee shop (which also happens to be the kitchen). In a glass combine Baileys, Kahlua, vodka, rum, tequila, and brewed coffee with ice cubes. This is one latte you can't enjoy at the office.
Classy and a flavor that won't quit, Espresso martinis combine vodka, coffee, and vanilla simple syrup into a delicious treat.
Tequila Coffee Cocktail
Who knew tequila and coffee paired so well together?
Warm yourself up with this cocktail of Canadian whiskey, coffee, and maple syrup. While it may be served chilled, its got a kick that'll add some heat.