Archive for the ‘Liqueur Coffee’ Category


Nitrogen Infused Coffee from the Tap

Imagine asking from something from the tap on a hot summer day. Now imagine that what you get is cold coffee with a creamy feel to it. That would be nitro coffee. Esquire says that if you drink this it will be best iced coffee you have all summer. How It’s Made Cold-brew coffee infused [...]

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Maple Syrup Coffee Liqueur

Those who love coffee, rum and North Woods maple syrup will be pleased to know there is a maple syrup coffee liqueur. Liqueur coffee comes with various sources of alcohol but Ardilla Negra from the Black Squirrel Distillery is the first use of maple syrup for this purpose. Buffalo Rising reports that a local distillery [...]

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Does Coffee Reduce the Risk of Cirrhosis?

A couple years ago we wrote that you can treat cirrhosis with coffee. According to newly reported research drinking two cups of coffee a day can reduce the risk of dying from cirrhosis by sixty-six percent. Researchers looked at a variety of caffeine-containing drinks but it turns out that you can only treat cirrhosis with [...]

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Marijuana Coffee

Who would have thought, marijuana coffee is now commercially available. Of course you need to be in a state where selling cannabis and cannabis products is legal. Think of marijuana coffee as a variant on liqueur coffee, something to relax you and something to pep you up in the same cup. Fox News reports on [...]

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What Is a Bronx Bomber?

No. We are not asking about Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig or Babe Ruth. The Bronx Bomber we refer to is a coffee drink with alcohol. The Bronx Bomber is a summer drink but you will be forgiven if you make it in the depths of winter. Our preference is to make [...]

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Add a Little More Zip to Your Chocolate Mocha Latte

Chocolate mocha latte is a popular coffee house coffee. A way to add a little more zip to your chocolate mocha latte is to add an ounce of two of Kahlua. You probably will not get the Kahlua with you mocha at the coffee house but you can make it at home. And, don’t forget [...]

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Café de Olla

There is a traditional way to make coffee in Mexico. The coffee is made in a clay pot, thus the name, pot coffee, café de olla. The drink is made with ground coffee, cinnamon and unrefined whole cane sugar called piloncillo in Mexico and panela in most of the rest of Latin America. The preparation [...]

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Cold Brewed Coffee

On a hot day you might like to enjoy a cold brew, cold brewed coffee that is. Cold brewed coffee is steeped in room temperature or even cold water for half a day. It can be served cold or hot. Cold brewed coffee is not iced coffee, which is regular coffee poured over ice to [...]

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Varieties of Liqueur Coffee

There are probably as many varieties of liqueur coffee as there are liqueurs. We would like to suggest that you make any or all of them with healthy organic coffee, preferably one of the Colombian organic coffee brands. Here is a list of some of the varieties of liqueur coffee and then we present a [...]

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