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  1. #11
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    I fixed the typo in her title for this thread. It was driving me crazy every time I saw it.


    Quote Originally Posted by eldub View Post
    Who is How?

    And just what did you know last year?

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    My friends who owned a coffee shop recently brought me a one liter bottle of coffee liqueur from Mexico. Like Mexican vanilla, it's more concentrated and tastes better than what I can find in the US. I've been making chocolate ice cream with it. Mmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by kahu View Post
    My friends who owned a coffee shop recently brought me a one liter bottle of coffee liqueur from Mexico. Like Mexican vanilla, it's more concentrated and tastes better than what I can find in the US. I've been making chocolate ice cream with it. Mmmmm

    Oh how nice!!!! Same thing happened with me. My friend brought me a one bottle of Singaporean Coffee Liqueur. Taste was awesome!

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    I don't like that at all

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    I used to like adding a coffee liqueur into a latte, but as time passes I prefer to drink coffee without any addition now

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    I added a full liquor bar to a cafe I roasted for years ago. Granted it was in a casino but it still worked out great. We were doing between 4 and 5 k when I left. Our record day in that coffee shop was $15k! You couldn't get a rum and coke...it had to be all coffee based drinks. I was surprised it did so well since they could get booze for free on the casino floor.
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    My friend and I tried out some homemade coffee liqueur recipes before... Tasted pretty good! I've never tried Kahlua or Tia Maria before though.

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    I just love coffee liqueur

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    Historical documents are silent about who first came up with the idea to mix strong alcohol and coffee. But this idea, without any doubt, was brilliant. After all, the main components seem to be made for each other. Many people like coffee for its delicious smell. But distillates have aroma - not for everybody. Strong and delicate, this awakening bouquet of espresso combined with sweet alcohol creates a coffee liqueur.

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    I love it. Especially coffee Baileys

 

 
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