Here’s where you’ll find all your favorite boozy delicious coffee cocktails, including the Irish Coffee, Espresso Martini, the Butterscotch Coffee and more.
Some of these cocktails include freshly brewed coffee or espresso. This is a great way to get caffeinated at the same time as you’re enjoying some alcohol. And don’t worry – if you don’t have an espresso machine, strong coffee will give you the same flavor.
Others just include the flavor of coffee from ingredients like the best-known rum-based coffee liqueurs, Kahlúa and Tia Maria. These are great when you don’t want to brew coffee or want to avoid caffeine.
Irish Coffee is one of the simplest and oldest recipes for a coffee drink. It blends coffee with Irish whiskey and either sugar or Irish cream. It's a wonderfully bittersweet hot cocktail that's perfect for after dinner or as a nightcap (but you might want to make it with decaf coffee).
This drink combines hot bitter coffee with sweet creme de cacao, Kahlua, brandy and whipped cream. It's ideal for rainy or cold evenings, but it goes down surprisingly well anytime a coffee sounds good.
The Espresso Martini has two wonderful purposes in your life: to give you a jolt at the same time as it helps you unwind. It features coffee liqueur along with actual espresso, so it will definitely keep you awake!
The Spanish Coffee is a coffee cocktail that features Licor 43, an uncommon liqueur that tastes of vanilla and spice, with distant hints of citrus. This recipe calls is so simple to make - the hardest part is making the coffee.
Can't decide whether you want ice cream or cookies? Or maybe even coffee? Fear not: the Kahlúa Cookie cocktail solves your problems of indecision by throwing it all in a blender and pureeing it into a creamy, frothy treat.
The Caffeini Martini sounds a lot like the Espresso Martini, but aside from the espresso, it's actually pretty different. It blends Kahlua with chocolate and butterscotch liqueur, then adds some milk for creaminess. This makes it a rich, sweetened coffee drink with a kick.
The Cafe Nelson is a well-known, traditional hot coffee drink. Unlike a lot of hot coffee cocktails, this one does not include Kahlua. It instead blends Baileys Irish Cream with the hazelnut flavor of Frangelico.
The Cafe D'Amour is an exciting cocktail. Not only does it involve coffee, cinnamon and cognac, but you light the freakin' brandy on fire at one point in the preparation. Cocktails + open flames = fun times for all. Plus, if you use turbinado sugar for the rim, it's golden.
This Baileys coffee drink is a real indulgent treat! Dalgona coffee is spiked with Baileys for a creamy ice cold cocktail that is sure to perk you up. Easy and quick to make, this whipped coffee is delicious, fluffy and easy to drink!
This variation on the Toasted Almond above adds hot coffee. Just what you need sometimes. It's delicious and creamy. The combination of hot coffee, amaretto, Baileys and Kahlua make for a wonderfully comforting cocktail for the colder months.
If you are looking for a warm and cozy winter cocktail and you love your morning cup of Joe, combine the two into a tasty coffee cocktail that is fit for a Millionaire. Hot brewed coffee meets a few liqueurs, and magic happens.
This Baileys iced coffee is made with cold brew coffee, Irish cream liquor, Kahlua and topped with Baileys whipped cream. It’s a cold, boozy coffee that turns an ordinary cup of joe into a tasty indulgence. With a vegan and dairy-free option.
This espresso martini recipe with baileys is a creamier and smoother version of the classic espresso martini. Baileys and coffee is a natural pairing, and this classy and elegant martini is an excellent choice for an after dinner drink or dessert cocktail.