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  1. #11
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    It really depends on the vodka you're adding to your drink. I'm not a big fan of alcohol in coffee, but I was quite amused by the fact it tastes great. I used the best ukraine vodka and think it is the most optimal decision for such a purpose. It's great with other cocktails too.

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    Pure coffee with vodka not so cool. i Tried this:
    1 1/2 ounces vodka
    3/4 ounce coffee liqueur



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    It depends on how strong you make it but it Russian Coffee will taste different than Irish Coffee. Rum blends best in my opinion.

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    I like coffee with cognac. But I think that vodka will spoil its taste.

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    i have never tried

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    awful taste, from my point of view!!

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    Many people drink coffee with cognac. This recipe came from France. This alcoholic cocktail creates a double load on heart and blood vessels, so for hypertensive people it's especially dangerous.
    Personally I don't like it because I'm not a fan of hot alcoholic beverages.
    But many people like so you can try to make this drink
    You just need to make a cup of coffee and add 50ml of cognac, or as much as you want

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    I'm a 'no fruit in my beer' and 'no booze in my coffee' type.
    But I really liked 'coffee in my booze' when a friend gave me a coffee-infused vodka he made.

    He prepared it just like you would a cold-brew; steep ground coffee in a bottle of vodka for 8-12 hours, then strain and serve chilled.
    I redid it with whole bean, stepped 24 hours, and liked it a bit better (not as bitter, more subtle).
    I want to try again, but this time with some lemon rind and a dark roast (trying for an italian espresso thing

  9. #19
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    Isn't adding vodka, or any alcoholic beverage for that matter, the same as pounding Red Bull with beer, wine, vodka, scotch, bourbon, gin, or rum? And from what I recall, that's a pretty volatile mixture. I think I'll pass, thank you very much.
    Absurdity is the only reality - FZ

 

 
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