Thursday, July 20, 2017

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5 ways with coffee cocktails

coffee cocktails

Kahlua cocktail

Kahlua cocktail
A contrasting and classy coffee cocktail paired with a buttery shortbread biscuit, this cocktail is ideal as a post-dinner tipple or for late-night lounging with friends.

Espresso martini

Espresso martini
What's more chic than a martini? An Irish cream and vodka espresso martini, of course. This professional-looking layered drink contains coffee ice cubes, slowly releasing the flavour and keeping it cool. Flavours don't dilute, they intensify - if you manage to savour yours that is!

Dark & stormy coffee cocktail

Dark and stormy coffee cocktail
Who could resist this cool-looking, ombre-effect cocktail? The recipe is similar to a classic dark and stormy, but with a little coffee kick. Smooth rum, spicy ginger beer and dark espresso were made to be together. 

Turkish coffee sour

Coffee sour
Fancy something sweet and creamy? Rum and coffee are paired together with seasonal spices like cardamom, cinnamon and a hint of citrus in this Turkish coffee sour. Simmer, shake and serve. 

Mont Blanc-tini Mont blanc-tini

Espresso Martini
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Espresso summer coffee and gin
Espresso noir 
Hot shot Espresso
Chocolate Mocha Latte
The Wake Up call
The Wake Up call coffee and vodkaMorning rooster coffee and tequila

 
Morning Glory
snow cap coffee and vodka

Iced Kaffe (coffee with vodka)
Perk up coffee with vodka 

  Honeyffee 

Nutty Irishman coffee

Paradise Found coffee
Haute & Steamy coffee and vodka
Bronx bomber coffee

Raspberry Truffle coffeeStarbucks Philippines Raspberry Truffle Mocha and Chestnut Praline Latte

Gingerbread Irish coffeeEvery summer, the temperature slowly creeps into the 90s, and New Yorkers are reminded anew that good iced coffee can be surprisinglypricey. Grub’s opinion: If you’re going to splurge, you might as well get more for your money, which is where these dressed-up iced-coffee beverages enter the picture. Places like Santina, Sweetleaf, Café Grumpy, and Saltie are all offering fun alternatives to ho-hum cold brew, with unique mixers like housemade coconut cream, maple syrup, or even orange seltzer. Here are 13 drinks to try in New York this summer:
Cold Brew Tonic
WhereStumptown
Price: $4.50
Stumptown’s Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Chelbessa cold-brew concentrate gets poured over Fever-Tree’s Indian tonic, and then garnished with a Luxardo maraschino cherry and a touch of cherry syrup. The coffee-tonic combo has been blowing up lately, and this drink — new for the summer and available at all Stumptown locations — is one of the best ways to give it a shot.
Coconut Iced Coffee
WhereSantina
Price: $7
Santina’s iced coffee — only available at breakfast and brunch — is truly special: It’s a “Redeye”-style drink, with cold-brewed coffee and a shot of espresso. But the very special ingredient is the housemade coconut cream, which has the intended effect of making the whole thing creamy, slightly sweet, and just a little tropical. In proper tiki fashion, the ingredients are shaken up with ice and strained in a tall glass.
Coconut-Lavender Iced Cappuccino
WhereNourish Kitchen + Table
Price: $5.50
This West Village café takes its coffee quite seriously, and its latest seasonal beverage includes coconut milk, coconut extract, lavender simple syrup, Vittoria‘s espresso, lavender flower buds, and Ronnybrook milk.
East Village Special
WhereEveryman
Price: $5
The coffee shop’s latest coffee-meets-soda special combines espresso, lemon, tiki bitters, orange-cream citrate, and soda. If there were such a thing as a coffee creamsicle, this would be it.
Cascara Fizz
WhereBlue Bottle at Gotham West Market
Price: $3
Okay, this one’s kind of like an iced tea, but the tea is brewed with the skins of coffee beans — and then mixed with lemon juice and sparkling water.
Coconut, Lychee, and Pineapple Espresso Shakerato
WhereCafé Serai at the Rubin Museum of Art
Price: $5.50
Here’s something refreshing: a double-shot of espresso spiked with coconut, lychee, pineapple juice, and a special blend of spices — all shaken over ice and poured into a flat white glass.
Iced New England
WhereSaltie
Price: $5
Wash down the famed Scuttlebutt sandwich with a simple combination of iced coffee, almond milk, and maple syrup.
The Voo Doo Child 
WhereSweetleaf
Price: $4.75
This Long Island City–based shop (with an outpost in Williamsburg) is now serving cold-brewed coffee with condensed milk and a homemade vanilla sweet cream. It’s like a sweet Starbucks drink — but made with real-deal ingredients that upgrade the whole thing exponentially.
A Manhattan Special
WhereEleven Madison Park
Price: $6
Did you know that Intelligentsia makes a cold brew that’s exclusive to EMP? It gets mixed with a splash of simple syrup and house-carbonated soda water for a refreshing pick-me-up. (Which you can order at the bar if you aren’t looking to pony up for Daniel Humm’s full, multi-course tasting menu.)
Grady’s Cold Brew Iced Coffee Milkshake
WhereOddFellows
Price: $8.50
OddFellows has partnered with Grady’s, and this milkshake is made with coffee ice cream and a full cup of New Orleans–style cold-brew coffee. (Don’t drink it and expect to sleep through the night.)
Espresso Tonic 
WhereSessanta
Price: $8
A double shot of espresso, Demerara Syrup, and Fever-Tree tonic water, shaken and strained, is super refreshing. For the full gin-tonic effect, there’s an orange peel on top, too.
Chilly Chili
WhereTijuana Picnic
Price: $10
Chef Alex Lopez’s homemade horchata is the ideal partner for Stumptown’s cold brew. (Condensed milk and Ancho Reyes chile liqueur don’t hurt, either.)
Coffee Soda
WhereCafé Grumpy
Price: $5

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