Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon: How To Make

*Recipe c/o Waitrose. No Payment was received*
Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon:

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:

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:

Makes: about 850ml


1 tbsp chocolate extract

100ml freshly brewed espresso

700ml bourbon

150g caster sugar

Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon Method:

1.) Firstly, mix all the ingredients together and pour into a large (minimum 1.5 litre) Kilner jar or wide-necked bottle.

2.) Last but not least, the drink is then ready to serve – simply decant into a pretty bottle or smaller presentation bottles.

Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon: How To Make

Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon:

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. No Payment was received*

Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon: How To Make

Coffee And Chocolate Bourbon:

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*Recipe c/o Waitrose. No Payment was received*


  1. Rhian Westbury
    17 October 2016 / 2:44 PM

    I'm not a bourbon fan but this is definitely something I'm sure my dad would love to try x

  2. ana de jesus
    17 October 2016 / 3:29 PM

    First of all beautiful photography it looks so dreamy. Secondly alcohol, choc and coffee what is not to love?

    • 20 October 2016 / 8:43 AM

      Thanks Ana, this is a guest post from Waitrose 🙂

  3. Ickle Pickle
    17 October 2016 / 7:35 PM

    Oh this sounds and looks like a lovely winter drink. Love your photos too. Kaz x

  4. Jogger Pete
    18 October 2016 / 7:35 AM

    Sounds delicious. Lovely photos too. Will try at Christmas

  5. Double the Monkey Business
    18 October 2016 / 9:48 PM

    Oh this sounds perfect to snuggle up with on a cold winters night! I want to try this out, especially over the christmas holidays 🙂

    • 20 October 2016 / 8:45 AM

      Thanks, I love drinking drinks like this at Christmas too 🙂

  6. kerry norris
    19 October 2016 / 4:46 AM

    How beautiful is that photography?!! Hubby would like this so we'll have to try it over Xmas x

  7. 19 October 2016 / 6:46 AM

    This sounds perfect for a winter warmer. My Dad loves that stuff! Absolutely stunning photos as always 🙂 xx

  8. Anonymous
    19 October 2016 / 5:08 PM

    Sounds a lovely combination.

  9. Sarah Ann
    20 October 2016 / 1:53 PM

    Beautiful photos. I love coffee (and of course alcohol, haha) so this sounds delicious. Think it would be nice after a meal.

    • 23 October 2016 / 5:36 PM

      Thanks Sarah, it will warm you up in cold weather 🙂

  10. 26 October 2019 / 3:15 PM

    The perfect after dinner winter drink! Your photography is beautiful, Justine.

  11. 31 October 2019 / 7:27 AM

    I’m intrigued by this recipe Claire and know it would make a great gift for the men in my family for Christmas.
    Thank you for sharing it at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring it at tomorrow night’s party and pinning too.

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