Boozy Scottish Coffee

I’m using a fresh espresso mixed with flavours of vanilla hazelnut and chocolate, this drink mixes great tastes of coffee from the espresso and Mr Black coffee liqueur.The drink also has subtle hints of vanilla, hazelnut and chocolate making this drink a great partner for a wet and windy British lockdown

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 25 ml Mr Black Coffee Liqueur
 25 ml Scotch Whisky(Talisker Skye)
 25 ml Espresso
 5 ml Homemade Vanilla and Hazelnut Syrup
 1 drop Homemade Chocolate Bitters
1

Add all ingredients to a mixing jar and stir 15/20 times to make the flavour really work together

2

Strain over the large ice cube

3

Garnish add 3 coffee beans on top of the ice cube

Ingredients

 25 ml Mr Black Coffee Liqueur
 25 ml Scotch Whisky(Talisker Skye)
 25 ml Espresso
 5 ml Homemade Vanilla and Hazelnut Syrup
 1 drop Homemade Chocolate Bitters

Directions

1

Add all ingredients to a mixing jar and stir 15/20 times to make the flavour really work together

2

Strain over the large ice cube

3

Garnish add 3 coffee beans on top of the ice cube

Boozy Scottish Coffee

2 Comments

  1. This was a smooth treat. I used Bruichladdich The Orginal Laddie for the scotch, and store bought Chocolate bitters, but I think I was still in the ball park. Pretty good, but the bitters seem to disappear for me amongst all of the other flavors. Keep up the good work.

    1. Nice glad you gave my recipe a try, yea I think if I remade this drink i would add more bitters and maybe cut down a bit on the coffee

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