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We all have those days where we just need some booze and coffee! These days, that may seem more often than not. But it’s difficult to know what you are getting yourself into honestly. Some recipes are easy and others are more complex. That’s why here at Hill Tree Roastery we have compiled a few recipes starting your morning off with beginner recipes and ending your day with the more complex ones. After all, shouldn’t booze and coffee be an all-day affair? Enjoy!

Groggy Morning

Ingredients:

1 cup coffee of your choice

1.5 oz Kraken Black Spiced Rum

1 oz agave syrup

Directions:

Mix all ingredients together well and float a layer of cream on top

Recipe by The Podcasters’ Tavern check them out at www.buzzsprout.com/989212

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Rated Level: Novice

 

Check out this next recipe Alek created,  he calls it Cloud 9,   

Cloud 9 

Ingredients:

12 oz cold brew coffee

1 tsp cinnamon sugar blend

2 oz of cream

1 tsp of vanilla extract

2 shots of whipped vodka

Directions:

Brew coffee and add cinnamon sugar blend. Then stir in cream. Add vanilla extract and whipped vodka and place it in a blender on high for 20 seconds. Pour over ice and enjoy.

Rated Level: Intermediate

 

Hot Boozy Coffee

Ingredients:

½ shot Brandy

½ shot Grand Marnier

½ shot Kahlua

4-5 oz hot coffee

1 orange peel

½ cup whipped cream

½ tsp sugar

Directions:

Put the whipped cream in either a bowl and whip with a whisk (electric or otherwise) or you can put it in the blender. Whip until soft peaks and then add sugar to taste.

Take your orange peel and lightly "burn" with a lighter. This will help the oils come out and will flavor the coffee later.

Pour the brandy, grand marnier, kaluha, and freshly brewed coffee in a mug. Stir with the orange peel. Spoon some whipped cream on top and enjoy right away!

Courtesy of SideChef blogger Trish Santoro (Well Work Fork)

Rated Level: Expert

Tessa Meriwether - Staff Writer

Tessa is a coffee aficionado, multimedia journalist, and graduate of the University of Texas in Austin currently working as a freelance journalist in Lubbock, TX.  To learn more, click here: http://www.tessameriwether.pressfolios.com

 

 

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