Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Orange & Chili Coffee Old Fashioned

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It is very much iced coffee weather.  But how about boozy iced coffee weather?  Yes, Yes, and YES!

How about an iced coffee old fashioned?  With say, a touch of sweetness from Grand Marnier, and a kick of fiery chili bitters?  Yes please! 




The sweetness of the orange liqueur pairs beautifully and adds an extra layer of dimension to a classic coffee liqueur such as Tia Maria or Kahlua.  Add a few drops of smoky, spicy heat with Fire and Damnation Bitters to make this cocktail extra memorable and addictive


You might never want a regular iced coffee ever again.

Consider yourself warned.
 

Orange & Chile Coffee Old Fashioned
Created by Gastronomista

1-1/2 oz Coffee Liqueur
3/4 oz Grand Marnier
3-4 Dashes Hell and Damnation Bitters
Small Chili Pepper to Garnish

Stir with ice and strain into a low-ball glass with a large ice cube.  Garnish with a chili pepper. 



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4 comments:

  1. I read this article this morning as I am drinking...a regular iced coffee. I was about to head to the liquor cabinet when I realized there's actually no iced coffee in the drink! I even reread it to see if I missed something. Then I saw that you call it a Coffee Old Fashioned. You got me!

    Still, sounds like a delicious drink. I like the idea of the orange from the Grand Marnier with the coffee liqueur. But chilli bitters? I am afraid I don't have any of those lying around. I wonder if a dash of Tabasco would work?

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  2. @Stay at Home Cocktails - I think Tabasco would be great in this! I'm a huge fan of the Family Reserve Tabasco, which has a great smoky flavor to it! Cheers!

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  3. Francois de MelogueJuly 24, 2014 at 9:43 AM

    Awesome read! I will have to try this soon! Love the photography!


    Francois
    www.EatTillYouBleed.com

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  4. Thanks so much @Francois de Melogue !! Let me know how it turns out!

    Enjoy!

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