Are you looking for something new to drink at parties or special events? Try this tequila coffee liqueur recipe. They are alcoholic beverages infused with coffee beans. They combine the taste of coffee with the benefits of alcohol.
It is often served chilled and mixed with ice cubes. The drinks come in various flavors such as chocolate, vanilla, hazelnut, caramel, etc. These types of liqueurs are usually sweetened with sugar and flavored with coffee extracts.
Coffee liquors are becoming increasingly popular because they offer a unique combination of caffeine and alcohol. Some brands even include other ingredients such as cocoa powder, mint leaves, honey, cinnamon, etc.
It was created by combining Mexican spirits, coffee beans, and sugar. The result is a unique beverage that pairs perfectly with its name.
If you are a coffee lover and a tequila lover, this is the recipe you need to add to your bar. The coffee flavor can enhance a variety of recipes not just beverages. It can be used for a sweet adult ice cream beverage, add flavor to your baking mixture, of even enhance your cup of coffee or cocktail glass.
What can you make with coffee liqueur?
Coffee liqueur can be used to make an array of delicious drinks, from the classic mocha martini to the more exotic White Russian. It can also be used as a topping for ice cream, as a sweetener in cakes, and as an ingredient to flavor a variety of beverages. It also makes a great addition to hot chocolate and other warm drinks. As an additional benefit, when added to desserts, it can even help enhance their flavor.
While it is a popular ingredient in many cocktails, there is also a wide range of interesting recipes that can be made with it. For instance, a classic recipe for Irish Coffee combines liqueur with hot black coffee and cream. An Espresso Martini, another easy favorite, calls for a shot of espresso and liqueur shaken with ice, then strained and served in a Martini glass. A delicious twist on the classic White Russian, meanwhile, can be made by substituting coffee liqueur for vodka. You could even impress anyone with a delightful Mexican Coffee.
What ingredients do you need?
Because this recipe is so simple you do not need many recipes. Actually, if you ground your coffee beans at home, you can minimize your waste by repurposing them. You will need ground coffee beans, hot water, sugar (raw granulated sugar), vanilla (optional), and tequila (or tequila with a vanilla bean base). A good tequila is Teramana as it has a vanilla base and will reduce the number of ingredients you will need to buy.
Any coffee brand will work but I chose a bold combo of Peet’s Big Bang and House Blend.
Tequila Coffee Liqueur
- 2 Cups Teremana Tequila
- 1 Cup of Boiling Water
- 1 1/2 Cup of Used Coffee Grounds
- 3/4 Cup of Raw Sugar
- Place used coffee grounds and raw sugar in a jar and mix together
- Let the mixture sit in the jar 24 hours
- Add coffee grounds and sugar mixture to a coffee pot and add hot water
- Pour 1 cup of the liquid into a new containter
- Add 2 cups of tequila