BOOZE!!!

topher

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I am gathering drink recipes for an account that is going to be serving our coffee. I need coffee base alcoholic drinks. This is a market that really has not taken off..well not in my area. When I was at the casino we put a full liquor bar in the coffee shop and did coffee based drinks and it was amazing!! If you have a recipe please share!! Here is one to get us started...
A wonderball
1 oz Godiva chocolate liquor
1 oz cointreau liquor
8 oz drip coffee
topped with whipped cream and dusted with chocoalte
 

PinkRose

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Here "ya go!

Cafe Brulee

Start with a strong pot of hot coffee

Take a large wine glass and dip the rim into lemon juice and roll it it confectioner's sugar
Put 7 parts hot coffee and 1 part cognac into the glass.
Immediately before serving, light a match and set the beverage ablaze.
Please be sure the flames are out before drinking!

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Cafe Frangelico (hazelnut liqueur)

Put 1 shot of Frangelico into the cup
Add 1 shot of espresso
Add steamed milk and gently stir (by bringing the spoon up from the botton to lift up the syrup).
Top with foamed milk or whipped cream

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Rum and Coconut Frappe

Two servings

1 cup of espresso or strong coffee (cooled)
1/4 cup of rum
1/2 cup of milk
1/2 cup of coconut milk
6 cups of crushed ice
Sugar (or simple sugar syrup) to taste

Pour everything into a blender and blend on high.

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Mint-Cocoa Espresso Frappe

Two servings

1 cup of espresso or strong coffee (cooled)
2 tablespoons chocolate syrup
2 teaspoons creme de caco
1/2 teaspoon creme de menthe
1 cup milk
6 cups crushed ice

Pour everything into a blender and blend on high.
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Candy Cane Latte

2/3 cup cold milk
1 shot espresso
1 candy cane
1/2 tablespoon Kirsch (cherry liqueur) (or cherry syrup)
1/2 tablespoon creme de menthe (or peppermint syrup)
whipped cream
crushed candy cane (optional)

Froth the milk
Pour the espresso and the liqueurs into a mug and stir gently
Fill the mug with steamed milk and stir again
top with whipped cream and some finely crushed candy cane .
Put a whole candy cane in the mug for a pretty serving touch.
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Orange Spice Latte

2/3 cup cold milk
1 shot espresso or strong coffee
1/2 tablespoon Grand Marinier Liqueur (or orange syrup)
1/2 tablespoon amaretto liqueur (or syrup)
Pinch of allspice
Cinnamon Stick
Whipped cream

Froth the milk
Put the liqueurs (or syrups) into a mug
Add the allspice
pour in the espresso
stir with the cinnamon stick (leave it in the mug to add flavor)
Fill the mug with steamed milk
Top with whipped cream
Sprinkle with cinnamon (optional)
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wmark

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YIKES!!!!

I am now venturing down the exhausting road of retail. To be honest, I am going in kicking and screaming

We will have a liquor license and will be serving some of the above......well, the simple idiot proof ones anyway.
 

wmark

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I would bet the booze sells with or without the coffee in it.....but I hear what you are saying. I am told the flaming drinks do well.

Still, I have some hesitancy about retail as my leisurely life of roasting will be coming to an end.
 

topher

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I was in a casino when I added liquor to the menu. We actually sold more in the morning than we did at night...guess to take the edge off all their losses.
 

topher

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I am in the process of opening a roastery in South Florida. I am excited about being able to dabble in retail once again. It has been over 8 years since I have been behind a bar serving shots! The roastery will have a 60 kilo roaster and all the equipment needed to turn out production for our sister companies stores. The thing is that in the front of the roastery will be a store front separated by a huge glass wall. Should be up and running in under a month or so! Second roastery will be open supposedly by end of year....WOOT!!
 
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