The orange tang of Grand Marnier is perfectly matched with an orange spiced coffee to create a truly one of a kind coffee cocktail. This is a perfect post dinner libation. Enjoy! What you will need 1 cup of coffee 1 ounce Grand Marnier1/2 tablespoon brown sugarWhipped creamOrange twist and cinnamon for garnish1/2 teaspoon orange... Continue Reading →
Great for a gift or to keep for yourself these ooey-gooey, simple, delicious, espresso fudge bites are a delightful addition to your personal recipe catalogue! Enjoy! Ingredients 2 ounces brewed espresso1 teaspoon vanilla extract1 tablespoon cinnamon 3 cups semi sweet chocolate chips14 ounces sweetened condensed milk1/2 teaspoon salt.optional - caramel sauce Instructions 1.) Coat a... Continue Reading →
When the flowers begin to peep through the soil it is the ideal time for a unique, bright, and light spring latte. Here is the queen's take on a lavender infused-honey latte. The smell alone is evocative of a field of lavender on a warm spring day. What you will need Double shot of espresso... Continue Reading →
Do you have a sweet tooth that can't be denied? Are you always ready for that next cup of coffee? Do you find yourself looking for that buzz that only chocolate and coffee can give you? If you answered yes to any of those questions, these 4 candy bar-inspired coffee concoctions are tailor-made just for... Continue Reading →
Delicious brown sugar, crushed pecans, and coffee combine to make this delectable, sticky-sweet, and nutty latte. Below are three equally delicious takes on the queen's praline latte -- trust me, anyone you choose will be worth the calories! What you will need A double shot of espresso or 1 cup of strongly brewed coffee A... Continue Reading →
Maple, mocha, and coffee … this simple latte combines three of my favorite flavors into a rich, not-to-sweet, cup of cocoa coffee magic.
Inspired by our Autumn Harvest Blend, the Autumn Harvest Latte is a smooth, rich, brilliantly aromatic latte made from coffee, fresh maple syrup, and superfood spices, cinnamon and clove.
When mixing up an espresso or coffee based martini the important thing to remember is proportion, proportion, proportion! Through experimentation (some successes, some failures, but all enjoyable) we find that the best espresso martinis always have approximately equal parts coffee and flavor (liquor, syrup, etc.) to vodka (or alternative spirit). While you can vary the... Continue Reading →
Here is TheQueenBean's take on a Barraquito, a lovely coffee cocktail primarily found in Tenerife on the Canary Islands.