Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon: Christmas Ideas. Hello, happy Sunday. So are you having a nice relaxing weekend or are you super busy?
Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon:
Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon, Anyone? Do you fancy a tipple tonight? Furthermore a Bourbon tipple?
Or maybe you are looking for a quick alcoholic recipe to make up and share over the Winter nights? Especially when it is cold outside!
Something different to serve up for Christmas or just something to make to keep you warm at night?
If so, how about trying this coffee and chocolate bourbon recipe out? This richly flavoured infusion makes a charming homemade gift for bourbon lovers and is also great with chocolate desserts or as a digestif.
Also a perfect for a Christmas gift too. I know someone special I could make this for a gift idea for. Of course, I would also like to make some up for myself.
How To Make Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon:
Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon. Immerse yourself in the enticing blend of warmth and decadence with the tantalising pairing of coffee and chocolate bourbon. This delightful concoction marries the robust notes of freshly brewed coffee with the luscious richness of chocolate-infused bourbon, creating a sensory experience that transcends the ordinary.
The aromatic intensity of the coffee harmonises with the deep, velvety undertones of the chocolate bourbon, delivering a symphony of flavours that dance on the palate.
Sip by sip, the smooth amalgamation of bitter and sweet unfolds, creating a luxurious moment of indulgence. Whether enjoyed as an after-dinner treat or a cosy evening companion, coffee and chocolate bourbon elevate the art of savouring, transforming each sip into a blissful escape for the senses.
Makes: about 850ml
- 1 tbsp chocolate extract
- 100ml freshly brewed espresso
- 700ml bourbon
- 150g caster sugar
Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon Method:
How To Make:
- Firstly, mix all the ingredients together and pour into a large (minimum 1.5 litre) Kilner jar or wide-necked bottle.
- Last but not least, the drink is then ready to serve – simply decant into a pretty bottle or smaller presentation bottles.
So what do you think of this Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon recipe? So do you also fancy making some up for you or for someone else?
In-particular do you fancy making this as a gift for someone special to share with you?
Anyone you know would love this that springs to mind? So do you like making homemade gifts? If so, what gifts would you make for someone special? Recipe c/o Waitrose.
Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon:
Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon: In addition, please share your thoughts in the comments below and let u know if you get to make this recipe. Try now or Pin to your Christmas boards on Pinterest. See you tomorrow for Creative Mondays blog hop and do not forget to share your creative ideas with us.
So what are your favourite alcoholic drinks at Christmas? I have a few favourites that I have to buy every year. Then I mix a few up and make tasty cocktails with them. Fancy making some Peppermint Vodka For Your Christmas Parties too?
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