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This is a discussion on Orange Coffee: within the Coffee Drinks forums, part of the Coffee Addicts category; Originally Posted by PinkRose So, are you going out to buy a whole bottle of orange liquor, or are you buying orange syrup, or are ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkRose View Post
    So, are you going out to buy a whole bottle of orange liquor, or are you buying orange syrup, or are you just going to put orange juice in your coffee?
    I sincerely hope he doesn't drink the whole bottle first if he does :S

    Orange juice in the coffee... Haven't tried that, just the liqueur. Something else to experiment with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyMugsHalfFull View Post
    You have mentioned elsewhere that you worked as a Barrista, so you can vouch for orange liquere in coffee... What would you recommend as a liquere? I am no expert, and just basically throw in what I can find.. But what is the official one used?
    I just squeezed the juice from half an orange into the cup, and then added the other ingredients. You can add orange flavored syrup if you prefer. To ratchet up the decadence, you can add whip cream on top, and then sprinkle orange zest. Makes for a really nice presentation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkRose View Post
    So, are you going out to buy a whole bottle of orange liquor, or are you buying orange syrup, or are you just going to put orange juice in your coffee?
    So first of all, I am really sorry for replying pretty late in this thread. This thread actually lost somewhere among other threads and I just found out that i had to post in here.
    This past week, what I did to make orange coffee was that I put some orange juice into my coffee and ruined a whole cup of coffee, lol......I mean as soon as I put orange juice into the coffee, it got curdled and turned into something strange, which could not be orange coffee, not even the coffee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by topher View Post
    make sure what you are using doesn't contain citric aci. It will curdle the milk. You have to be careful with Monins Irish cream as well. It contains citric acid and will make lattes chunky. I suggest using Godiva liqueur and cointreau liqueur...it will warm you up.
    Lol, OMG, I wish I had read your post before trying that. I actually ended up doing exactly what you feared, lol, lol....... The coffee drink got completely curdled and my coffee fun was ruined as I had to make another fresh cup of coffee.
    What a man I am, lol.......
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    Did you put orange juice into your coffee, or did you buy an orange syrup that has citric acid in it?

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    I'm glad Halloween has already passed. I don't know about an orange coffee drink.
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    hi,
    it's good thank for shearing...

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    I read the concept of orange coffee and tried it. Really it taste good. Thanks for sharing the new concept. I read the recipe of orange and try it immediately.

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    I think Maxwell has got a instant coffee with orange flavor, pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyMugsHalfFull View Post
    Halloween is upon us, and I wanted to share a recipe that was pretty darned good for orange coffee

    Take your favorite roasted coffee and add a dash (1 oz or less, depends on your personal taste) of orange liqueur. Sounds weird, tastes great.

    It also goes really well with pumpkin pie


    You can add whipped cream to the top if you want, but I like it with just the orange.

    For those who are more adventurous you can also add a dash of cinnamon or nutmeg to the mix too.
    Unfortunately Halloween gone past but I just taste it there in my friend's home at new year night.It was really unique in taste.It make me really fresh too.

 

 
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