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    • Prep 5min
    • Total5min
    • Servings1

    This nineteenth-century specialty drink is from Jerry Thomas’s 1887 The Bar-Tender’s Guide or How to Mix All Kinds of Plain and Fancy Drinks. (photo by Flickr user earthakimbo)MORE+LESS-

    ByTBSP Nate

    Updated May 6, 2015

    Ingredients

    1

    ounce cognac or brandy

    1

    ounce ruby port

    1

    small egg

    1/2

    teaspoon sugar

    Freshly grated nutmeg, for dusting

    Steps

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      Shake all of the ingredients well with ice and strain into a port glass. Dust with nutmeg.

    Nutrition Information

    No nutrition information available for this recipe

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    HARD COFFEE RECIPES

    It’s Dangerously Delicious all by itself, but if you want to indulge a little more, whip up one of these amazing cocktails with your favorite REBEL Hard Coffee variety. The perfect start to a relaxing evening or party kick-off. Click for recipes and check back often for more!

    Salted nut roll

    INGREDIENTS
    » REBEL Hard Coffee – Vanilla or Mocha Latte
    » Butterscotch liqueur
    » RumChata® liqueur
    » Whipped cream & caramel sauce (optional)

    PREPARATION
    1) Add ice to a lowball glass
    2) Add 1 shot (oz) of butterscotch liqueur
    3) Add 1 shot (oz) of RumChata® liqueur
    4) Add REBEL Hard Coffee to fill the glass
    5) Stir. Then top with whipped cream
    and drizzle with caramel as desired

    Rebel russian

    INGREDIENTS
    » REBEL Hard Coffee – Cold Brew or Vanilla Latte
    » Vodka
    » Rum

    PREPARATION
    1) Add ice to a lowball-type glass
    2) Add 1 shot (oz) vodka
    3) Add 1 shot (oz) rum
    4) Add REBEL Hard Coffee to fill glass

    Peppermint chocolate chip mocha

    INGREDIENTS
    » 1 Rebel Hard Peppermint Mocha
    » 1 cup mint chocolate chip ice cream
    » 1 tsp chocolate syrup
    » Ice
    » Whipped cream
    » Mint chocolate cookies

    PREPARATION
    1) Blend Rebel Hard Peppermint Mocha Latte, ice cream, and chocolate syrup.
    2) Serve over ice and top with whipped cream, chocolate syrup drizzle, and mint chocolate cookies.

    Pumpkin spice frappe

    INGREDIENTS
    » 1 can REBEL Hard Pumpkin Spice Latte
    » ½ cup pumpkin puree
    » ½ cup chilled black coffee
    » ½ cup vanilla soy milk (or any other milk you prefer)
    » 2 cups ice
    » ½ tsp pumpkin pie spice
    » 2 tsp cocoa powder
    » Whipped cream (for layering)

    PREPARATION
    1) Blend all ingredients (except for whipped cream).
    2) Layer blended mixture with whipped cream.
    3) Top with cocoa powder or, for the ‘gram, colorful sliced figs.
    Makes 2+ servings.

    Peppermint twist

    INGREDIENTS
    » REBEL Hard Coffee – Mocha Latte
    » Peppermint liqueur

    PREPARATION
    1) Add ice to a lowball-type glass
    2) Add 1 shot (oz) of peppermint liqueur
    3) Add REBEL Hard Coffee Mocha to fill glass

    Pumpkin chocolate iced latte

    INGREDIENTS
    » 1 can REBEL Hard Pumpkin Spice Latte
    » 1 tsp cocoa powder
    » 1 tsp chocolate syrup
    » 1 shot (oz) chocolate liqueur
    » Ice
    » Whipped cream

    PREPARATION
    1) Mix REBEL Hard Pumpkin Spice Latte, cocoa powder, chocolate syrup, and liqueur in a tall glass.
    2) Add ice. Top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of cocoa powder.

    Kentucky comfort

    INGREDIENTS
    » REBEL Hard Coffee – Bourbon Caramel Latte
    » Bourbon whiskey
    » Hazelnut liquor

    PREPARATION
    1) Add ice to a lowball-type glass
    2) Add 1 shot (oz) bourbon whiskey
    3) Add 1 shot (oz) hazelnut liquor
    4) Add REBEL Bourbon Caramel Latte to fill glass

    Rebel-chata mocha latte

    INGREDIENTS
    » 1 Rebel Hard Peppermint Mocha Latte
    » 2 shots (oz) RumChata
    » 1 oz room temperature coffee
    » 1 tbsp skim milk
    » Ice

    PREPARATION
    1) Mix all ingredients and serve over ice.
    2) Top with whipped cream and crushed peppermint candies if desired.

    Double-caff mocha latte

    INGREDIENTS
    » 1 Rebel Hard Peppermint Mocha
    » 1 shot (oz) Kahlúa®
    » 1 tbsp creamer or milk
    » 1 tsp chocolate syrup
    » Ice

    PREPARATION
    1) Mix all ingredients and serve over ice.
    2) Top with whipped cream, a mint sprig, and crushed peppermint candies if desired.
    3) Photo shows recipe divided into two servings. Skip the ice and serve warm if preferred.

    Pumpkin caramel iced latte

    INGREDIENTS
    » 1 can REBEL Hard Pumpkin Spice Latte
    » Caramel sauce
    » Whipped cream
    » Ice

    PREPARATION
    1) Drizzle caramel inside the sides of a glass.
    2) Add a REBEL Hard Pumpkin Spice Latte and ice.
    3) Top with whipped cream and more caramel drizzle.
    Extra points for a sexy drizzle down the side of the glass.

    Peanut butter cup

    INGREDIENTS
    » REBEL Hard Coffee – Vanilla or Mocha Latte
    » Skrewball® whiskey
    » Whipped cream & chopped Reese's® (optional)

    PREPARATION
    1) Add ice to a lowball-type glass
    2) Add 1 shot (oz) of Skrewball® whiskey
    3) Add REBEL Hard Coffee to fill glass
    4) Stir. Top with whipped cream and crushed Reese's® if desired

    Ice cream float

    INGREDIENTS
    » REBEL Hard Coffee – Cold Brew, Mocha or Vanilla Latte
    » High-quality vanilla ice cream
    » Toppings of your choice, such as: whipped cream, chocolate
    shavings, cinnamon, a few espresso beans

    PREPARATION
    1) Add 1-2 scoops of ice cream to a tall glass
    2) Pour REBEL Hard Coffee over ice cream
    3) Add your favorite toppings to customize your treat!

    Hard coffee cocktails made easy. The only hard part is making up your mind. Try them all!


    20 spiked coffee cocktail recipes for a legendary buzz

    You've surely heard of coffee-flavored beers, but what about coffee cocktails? And not just cocktails that taste like coffee - we're talking about using a cup of joe as the main ingredient! This infographic is a list of recipes that combine two of our greatest loves: good coffee and classy cocktails. There's a lot of variety in them, too. If you're looking to expand your mind with absinthe but need an energy boost, try the Bronx Bomber! If you want a dessert drink for after dinner, Spanish Coffee is easy to make and tastes delicious. Whether they're warm or cold, these cocktails are sure to give you a legendary buzz!

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    Drink One of These Alcoholic Coffee Cocktails, Find Bliss, Repeat

    There's the cowboy method of making a coffee cocktail. You know, sloshing a slug of whiskey from a flask into a tin mug of watery, mostly burned, gritty grounds. Horse, hat, and Red Dead Redemption attitude not required. There's the pregame method, too: Brewing a fresh pot after work and adding it to a thermos with whatever alcohol you have stocked on the bar cart (Jameson Cold Brew, if you're lucky), then nursing it in the taxi or on the train to your final destination. There's also the cop-out method, which is sipping one of the handful of esteemed coffee liqueurs that've been introduced to the spirits world over the last decade&mdashMr. Black and Patrón XO Cafe come to mind&mdashover ice.

    Or Kahlúa. There's always Kahlúa, though it barely has enough caffeine to rile up a puppy.

    But should you want to go legit with your alcoholic coffee cocktail consumption, here's a selection of classic drinks that'll work. A few call for brewed coffee, the others for coffee liqueurs, Kahlúa being the most recognizable but not the only option. From there, it's up to you to balance the confounding coupling of caffeine and alcohol, upper and downer, in a way that leaves you buzzed without swan-diving into sleepiness.

    Nirvana can be found at the bottom of your first Irish Coffee. Perhaps your second. Hot, strong, and almost sweet, it's damn near revelatory on an otherwise shit day.

    Ingredients
    &bull 2 oz. Irish whiskey
    &bull 5 oz. coffee
    &bull 2 tsp. sugar
    &bull heavy cream

    Directions
    Pour the whiskey, coffee, and sugar into a heated glass mug. Stir, then top off with a thick layer of lightly whipped heavy cream. Don't stir it in.

    Technically speaking, this cocktail isn't a martini. A martini is ice-cold and ice-clear, with dry vermouth. Technically speaking, it's an alcoholic energy shot in a fancy glass. Add simple syrup if you need to take the bite off.

    Ingredients
    &bull 2 oz. vodka
    &bull 1 oz. coffee liqueur
    &bull 1 oz. fresh espresso

    Directions
    Shake ingredients together with ice, then strain into a chilled martini glass. Top with three coffee beans if you want to be cute.

    Think of a Mudslide like you would a hot fudge sundae: If a topping sparks your interest, be it cookie crumbles or whipped cream or cherry drizzle, then by all means, pile it on top.

    Ingredients
    &bull 1 oz. coffee liqueur
    &bull 1 oz. vodka
    &bull 1 1/2 oz. Irish cream liqueur

    Directions
    Combine coffee liqueur, vodka, and Irish cream liqueur in a shaker with ice. Shake for at least 10 seconds. Strain into a rocks glass over ice.

    One White Russian-making method has you building it on the rocks, watching the colors swirl and twirl, then stirring and downing it, Dude-style. The other has you shaking it into a froth. Pick your poison.

    Ingredients
    &bull 1 1/2 oz. vodka
    &bull 3/4 oz. Kahlúa
    &bull 3/4 oz. heavy cream

    Directions
    Add vodka and Kahlúa to a rocks glass over ice, top with heavy cream, then stir if you're so moved. (Alternatively, shake the ingredients well with cracked ice, then strain into a chilled Old-Fashioned glass.)

    Rob the White Russian of its "white" and you get a darker, bolder, blacker cocktail. Like Dunkin' without vanilla creamer or Folgers without half and half.

    Ingredients
    &bull 2 oz. vodka
    &bull 1 oz. coffee liqueur

    Directions
    Stir ingredients with ice in a mixing glass. Strain into an Old Fashioned glass over fresh ice.

    On a parting note, we give you a coffee infusion. Doctor your tequila as such, and you can use it in any funkier tequila cocktail or sip it straight. The recipe comes from Tequila: Shake, Muddle, Stir.

    Ingredients
    &bull 1 split vanilla pod (bean)
    &bull 20 oz. blanco tequila
    &bull 3 1/2 oz. freshly ground coffee
    &bull 3 1/2 oz. demerara simple syrup*

    *Demerara Simple Syrup
    &bull 7 oz. water
    &bull 3 1/2 oz. demerara, cane, or granulated (raw) sugar
    &bull 1 tbsp. golden syrup or corn syrup (optional)

    Directions
    1. Add a vanilla pod to your tequila and leave to infuse for 24&ndash72 hours (check daily, as you want a gentle vanilla taste if you leave it too long, it becomes too floral).
    2. When your vanilla infusion is ready, remove the vanilla pod, then add the ground coffee and give it a good shake. Place the tequila in the freezer for at least 72 hours.
    3. Strain through a coffee filter, then add a little of the simple syrup, to taste. Shake well.

    Demerara Simple Syrup Directions
    1. Boil the water in the saucepan and gently add the sugar. Turn down the heat and stir constantly with a wooden spoon for 3&ndash5 minutes until all the sugar is dissolved, and the syrup is clear.
    2. Turn off the heat and leave to cool. While still runny, pour into a sterilized mason jar or pour through a funnel into a sterilized glass bottle with stopper. Adding a spoonful of golden syrup to the cooled mixture will help keep it smooth. Store in the fridge for up to six weeks.


    Room for Cream

    Ingredients:

    • 2 oz whole milk
    • 1 oz cold brew concentrate*
    • 0.5 oz Foro Amaro
    • 0.5 oz Amaro Averna
    • 0.25 oz Bitter Truth Pimento Dram Liqueur
    • Combine ground coffee (a little more fine than French press grind) with water in a 1:4 ratio. Rest at room temperature for 12-18 hours. Fine strain to remove all the solids.
    • This cocktail can be enjoyed anytime, but it is specifically on the Sunday brunch menu at Bardstown Bourbon Company Kitchen & Bar as a weekend twist to your morning coffee.

    Source: Brandon Habenstein, Beverage Director Bardstown Bourbon Company


    FINAL THOUGHTS

    Now you are equipped to make a coffee cocktail for any occasion. Even when you shouldn’t be “drinking,” you can still enjoy the cocktail-inspired coffee drinks without the alcohol.

    We live in a day and age when drinking coffee can mean a million different things. How exciting is that!

    Sure, we all like our basic coffee.

    But there’s almost an infinite amount of ways you can experience coffee. Never settle.


    Jägermeister Cocktail Recipes

    1. Jägermeister Cut

    It’s like Germany is hugging America. Combining the best of both worlds, you’re sure to be in for a wild night. It’s the closest to a Jägermeister Cocktail you’ll get in shot form.

    Ingredients:

    Directions: Grab your favorite shot glass and add one part Jägermeister and one part bourbon. Squeeze a lemon peel over it and garnish.

    Taste notes: Herbal, aromatic, with notes of vanilla.

    2. Kaffee

    Two powerful shots in one. You’re going to need the caffeine boost to get through the evening’s activities.

    Ingredients:

    Directions: Prepare your cold brew coffee in advance. Pour one part Jägermeister and one part cold brew coffee into a shaker. Give it a shake and pour into an espresso cup. Sprinkle ground coffee over the top and enjoy.

    Taste notes: Herbal, fresh, and bitter with hints of licorice.

    3. Hunter’s Tea

    Who would have thought of combining tea with Jager? The Germans, that’s who. You’re going to want to make a pitcher of this stuff.

    Ingredients:

    • 1.5FL oz. Jägermeister
    • 1.5FL oz. Black tea
    • 0.7FL oz. Lime Juice
    • 0.5FL oz. Maple Syrup
    • Lemon zest
    • Ice cubes

    Directions: Pour all of the above ingredients into a rocks glass, add ice, and stir together to chill. Finish off your cocktail with a little zest on top and say, “cheers!”

    Taste notes: Highlights all aspects of Jägermeister’s aroma and versatility.

    4. Purple Stag

    When Jägermeister meets berries and sun meets the horizon, you’ll meet our juiciest drink yet. It’s tasty and perfect for summertime sipping.

    Ingredients:

    • 1.5FL oz. Jägermeister
    • 0.75FL oz. Berry tea
    • 0.75FL oz. Lemon juice
    • 0.5FL oz. Blackberry Jam
    • Blackberries
    • Icing sugar
    • Ice cubes

    Directions: Put blackberries and jam into a shaker and stir gently. Add all other liquids and shake it up. Double strain over ice into your rocks glass and top with a bit of icing sugar. Boom! Now enjoy that sucker.

    Taste notes: Sweet, fresh with tartness.


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    Slane Cold Brew

    You don't need to reinvent the wheel to enjoy a coffee cocktail. This devilishly simple pick-me-up balances a tang of acidity from the cold brew coffee against the sweet warmth of the whiskey, says Slane co-founder Alex Conyngham. Make this on a weekend morning or as an early-afternoon treat to help you power through a fun day.

    Make it: In a shaker over ice, add 3 oz whiskey, 1 oz syrup/honey and 6 oz cold brew coffee. Shake or stir well to dissolve the syrup and then strain into a glass over fresh ice. Garnish with 3 coffee beans.

    A version of this article appeared in the March 2021 issue of Men's Health.


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