Oatmeal Cookie Coffee

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This issue we’ve transformed the comforting flavours of oatmeal cookies and fresh local roasted coffee into a spectacular cocktail. Each ingredient plays a vital role to the flavour profile of the cocktail.

Put all our ingredients together for a great winter cocktail.

  1. Demerara Brown Sugar – Demerara brown sugar adds a subtle sweetness to your drink, with a medium coarseness that allows it to be easily rimmed on the glass.
  2. 1/2 fl oz Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur – The quintessential liqueur of after-dinner drinks, Baileys adds a creaminess to your coffee, with a slight presence of its Irish-whiskey base.
  3. 1/2 fl oz Phillips Butter Ripple Schnapps – Butter Ripple Schnapps adds a sugary, butterscotch flavour to your drink, replicating the butter and sugar that goes into baking an oatmeal cookie.
  4. 1/2 fl oz Goldschlager – Known for its distinctive gold flakes, but it’s the cinnamon flavour this Swiss liqueur has that makes it the perfect complement to the other liqueurs.
  5. Local Roasted Coffee – Use one cup of locally roasted coffee for optimal freshness and flavour. A lighter roast would be desirable so it doesn’t overpower the flavours of the liqueurs in this specific drink.
  6. Whipped Cream – This is an obvious choice. Add a little bit of white sugar and vanilla extract to sweeten the whipped cream and enhance the overall flavour of the coffee.
  7. Oatmeal Cookie – A finely crumbled oatmeal cookie is the perfect garnish (esthetics and taste-wise) on top of your specialty coffee … it’s dessert and your drink all in one!

Warm Me Ups

When it is cold and snowing outside, just add a splash of one of these liqueurs to a cup of coffee. They make a great winter warm me up.

Occasions Recommends

Kahlua Coffee Liqueur
Grand Marnier
Appleton VX Amber Rum
Jameson
Fireball Cinnamon

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