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Pinkies Your New Year’s Eve with a splash of sweetness, a little liquor, and a whole lot of coffee


Christmas is over, but we are not stopping there because the party is just getting started! We got more do it at home coffee variations we want to share with you that make the new year’s party more enjoyable.

Tipsy Mochaccino with Mocha Whipped Cream


This drink is perfect for late cozy nights on new year’s eve. Tipsy Mochaccino with Mocha Whipped Cream is ideal for sharing with your two best friends. Whiskey and espresso are a perfect match in this chocolate topped coffee drink.


1 1/2 cups Milk (whatever milk you prefer)
4 tablespoons brown or white coconut sugar
1 tablespoon ground Coffee
4 ounces Irish Whiskey
Chocolate Sprinkles
Chocolate Whipped Cream
1 pint Heavy Cream
1/4 cup Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
1 tablespoon Instant Espresso or Coffee
Vanilla Stevia Drops to taste (or your sweetener of choice)


Whisk within a gentle boil the milk, sugar, cocoa powder, espresso in a saucepan. Add whiskey last. Pour into mugs. Top with mocha whipped cream & sprinkles.

Mocha Whipped Cream Directions:

1. Add cream, cocoa, coffee powder & sweetener to a stand mixer bowl. 2. Whisk on low for a few minutes until the cream starts to thicken. As it thickens gradually increase the speed, and then to maximum speed.
3. Whip until you have nice peaks. Sweeten more to taste if necessary.

This will make two servings
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After all the partying, stuffing with food you deserve a sweet treat and enjoy a boozy coffee drink drizzled with butterscotch.


8 oz. strong or extra bold coffee.
1 oz. bourbon
1 oz. butterscotch sauce
2 tablespoons heavy whipping cream, cold

To make the drink:

Brew coffee according to your machine. Add butterscotch to coffee and mix to combine. Pour bourbon in the coffee and mix to combine. Transfer coffee to something with a spout for easy pouring. Set aside.

To make the foam

Place heavy whipping cream in the bottom of glass and use the blender attachment on a hand mixer and beat cream until soft peaks form, about 1-1 ½ minutes.


Tilt cup with foam at angle and pour coffee along the wall of the cup to leave the foam as undisturbed as possible. Finish with butterscotch drizzling on top.

Recipe by Endless Simmer
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Who loves pouring vodka on there coffee? if you like a classic drink on new year’s eve, shake up a chilled espresso martini with smooth Kahlua and crisp vodka. This fancy martini is perfect for your sophisticated guests or a special treat for yourself while watching fireworks.


2 shots (about 1.5 ounces each) espresso**
2 ounces vodka
3 ounces Kahlua
Coffee beans for garnish

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and pour in the espresso, vodka and Kahlua. Shake until chilled. Pour into two chilled glasses. Garnish with a few coffee beans.

Recipe by A Beautiful Mess
Photo by The Urban List

Have a Wonderful New Year and Cheers For 2017!

Low Carb Eggnog Latte for Christmas


If you loved going to Starbucks and spend a lot of cash for a cup of Eggnog Latte, then you better stop doing it right now and make it your own at home. The recipe I’m going to share with you is simple, and easy low in carbs and a perfect treat this Christmas.

If you are health conscious and watching over your blood sugar lever this eggnog latte is the ideal treat for you this Holiday season. So, let’s get started!


4 large egg white
2 large egg yolk
1/2 cup Swerve Sweetener (or 1/4 cup Swerve and 1/4 tsp liquid stevia extract)
1/4 tsp salt
4 cups unsweetened almond milk, cashew milk, or coconut milk
2 1/2 tsp vanilla extract, divided
1/2 tsp ground nutmeg
1/2 cup whipping cream (use coconut whipped cream for dairy-free)
1 tbsp powdered Swerve Sweetener
Whiskey, rum, or brandy, if desired (you can also use rum extract)
2-2/3 cups hot strong brewed coffee (French or another dark roast)


1. Whisk eggs, yolks, sweetener and salt together in a large saucepan. Slowly whisk in almond milk until well combined. Cook mixture over low heat while stirring constantly until it becomes thick enough to coat the back of a spoon (this can take up to 15 minutes).
2. Stir in 2 tsp vanilla and nutmeg. Cover tightly with plastic wrap and chill for at least three hours and up to 2 days.
3. Just before serving, whip cream with powdered sweetener and remaining vanilla into soft peaks and gently fold into the egg mixture. Stir in coffee. Add 1 oz liquor or liqueur to each glass and pour eggnog over. Stir gently and sprinkle with grated nutmeg.

This recipe serves 8, ideal for a party treats. Each serving has less than 1g NET CARBS.

Have fun drinking this low carb coffee treat this Christmas!

The Best Cocktail Drink For Christmas


This is a perfect drink to all the vodka and coffee lovers, a delicious combination of liquor and coffee is an ultimate drink for the Christmas parties this season. Cinnamon White Russian is a quintessential drink best share with friends for cocktail parties this Holiday.

Cinnamon White Russian coffee cocktail is like a good party going fancy kind of drink. So, before I share with you the ingredients here’s the reason why I loved this drink.

1. It’s basically a dessert because it tastes, so good, it’s sweet and delicious and drinkable but be careful because this is a dangerous coffee drink.

2. What’s great about this drink is that you can add whatever seasonings you want. You can add cinnamon syrup or just a simple mint for a Christmas grinch.

3. The best thing about this drink is we use a classic vodka, or you can use any vodka you prefer. This will give you not just a splendid taste but also it can make you a little bit tipsy on the Christmas eve.

4. This Cinnamon White Russian will elevate the party status to a sparkly-fun level and will give you warm on the evening of Christmas.

Let’s get down to business and start making this delicious drink!


Cinnamon Simple Syrup:
3 cups water
3 cups granulated sugar
2 cinnamon sticks

Cinnamon White Russian:
large ice cubes
4 parts Absolut vodka
3 parts coffee liquor
3 parts cinnamon simple syrup
2 parts cream (it’s a holiday so a little extra won’t hurt!)


1. Heat the water, sugar, and cinnamon sticks over medium-high heat. Stir until the sugar dissolves. Simmer longer for more cinnamon taste.

2. Place an ice cube in each glass. Add ingredients in order listed. Swirl before and after adding the cream to get everything mixed together real nice. You can also mix the drink in a shaker with ice cubes to chill it faster.

So, here you go, guys, have fun partying and Merry Christmas to all!

Coffee Guilty Pleasure 102: Coffee Caramel Brûlée


A perfect drink after a scrumptious meal on the Christmas eve.

If you loved caramel this coffee drink will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth and gives you pleasure in every sip.

You can make this coffee drink in just 5 minutes, so let;s start!


1 cup milk
1/4 cup prepared caramel sauce, plus additional for drizzling
1 teaspoon brown sugar
2 cups (16 ounces) hot coffee
Whipped cream


1. In a small saucepan, stir together milk, caramel sauce, and brown sugar. Heat over medium heat 4 to 5 minutes or until foamy and steaming, whisking frequently.
2. Pour on your milk nd stir thoroughly. Top with whipped cream and additional caramel sauce. You can even add almonds or cashews nut on top for extra texture.


You can make up to two servings with this ingredients. Coffee Caramel Brûlée is a perfect coffee drink dessert for all coffee lovers this holiday season.

Coffee Guilty Pleasure 101: Mcdonalds Mocha Frappe

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A Must Try For The Holiday Season

Holidays are the best season to enjoy good food and drink great coffee so, here’s our first coffee guilty pleasure that every coffee lover should try this season.

Mcdonalds Mocha Frappe

If you loved the Mcdonalds Mocha Frappe but don’t like to spend $4 each time you craved, then you better do this superb do it at home Mcdonalds Mocha Frappe at home. This coffee is perfect for the Holiday season to share with your families and friends, and you can even have this coffee as a dessert for your Holiday gatherings.


Refrigerated 2 cups Almond milk
1 Chocolate syrup
1 Chocolate bar
Whipped cream
2 cups Coffee
cup scant 1/4 sugar


1.Brew coffee and let cool to almost room temperature.
2.Carefully pour coffee into ice cube trays and freeze.
3.Add frozen coffee cubes, almond milk, chocolate syrup and sugar to the blender.
4.Blend until desired texture is reached.
5.Top with whipped cream, a drizzle of chocolate syrup and shaved chocolate if you’d like.

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So, you might be wondering why I freeze all the ingredients if I can blend it directly? Well it just simple, I don’t like to water down my ingredients because I want to get the flavorsome, rich, creamy texture of my Mocha frappe. By freezing the ingredients, you get the frozen component to make it nice and icy, but without diluting your drink!

The first time I tried recreating this at home this coffee frappe is really the bomb! Try also to do this at home if you prefer a caramel flavor, you can easily swap out the chocolate syrup for a caramel sauce.

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Knowing The Coffee Aroma


Do you wake up in the morning because of the pleasant coffee aroma? Well most of us do!Coffee provides us a “pick me up” we need every morning, but did you know that aroma is not just about the smell? Aroma is responsible for all the coffee attributes other than the mouthfeel and sweet, salt, bitter, and sour taste that is perceived by the tongue. Therefore, aroma might consider as the most important component of specialty coffee.

Roasting triggers the chemical process within the beans causing the development of volatile compounds that contribute to the aroma profile. But not all coffee beans provides a strong scent like the green coffee beans which have a limited aroma that is often described as providing green or musty notes.

There are two types how we can determine the aroma of coffee;

1. It can be sense nasally via smelling through our nose.
2. It can be taste through our mouth by swallowing, and aromatic volatile compounds drift upward into the nasal passage.

Aroma of coffee is not just a single component, in fact, the aromatic compounds increase every year. Today the number is over 800 coffee elements make up the fragrance we know as the coffee aroma. Humans tend to love scents because it touches many of our scent receptors. These scents help us to connect around including with coffee, and this is the reason why we are drawn to the scent of our coffee aroma every morning.

The smell of the coffee triggers a good feeling, memories, and even trauma, so it is no wonder that it triggers our feeling of wakefulness. When we smell the coffee it signals our brain that caffeine is on the way, which provides stimulation and this one of the reasons why we are addicted to caffeine.

Know How Much Acid In Your Coffee


Do you often experience heartburn and acid reflux every time you drink coffee? Does your doctor recommend to drink only low-acid coffee?Coffee aficionados identify acidity as the bright and sparkling sensation we experience when we drink coffee, however, most of us are now switching to coffee in low-acidity to prevent the sour, tangy, bitter, sharp that acid reflux brings.

Let’s take a look at what are the types of acids we can find to your coffee.

Citric acid – This acid is commonly found in citrus fruits that are associated in lemon, and oranges, and often found in Arabica coffee beans with higher elevations.

Phosphoric acid – Sweeter than most acids, they are associated with grapefruit-or-mango-like one.

Malic acid – this acid is usually associated with hints of stone fruits like peaches or plums but coffee with malic acid is taste like apple or pear.

Chlorogenic acids – Is responsible for coffee’s acidity. Compared with other acids they are the ones degrade rapidly in roasting, which is why light roasts are described as “bright” and “acidic” more often than dark ones.

Acetic acid – the same acid that can found in vinegar, it produces a pleasant sharpness at lower concentrations. A coffee that has a lot of acetic acids probably wasn’t properly processed.

Quinic acid –
commonly found in dark roast coffee, stale coffee, and coffee that was brewed several hours but kept warm on a hot plate. Quinic acid gives a clean finish to coffee and the main cause that turns stomachs sour.

Many of the tastes your coffee can be directly attributed to the acids contained within them and acidity usually occurs in the roasting process. If you can identify acids in your coffee then you’ll be able to look for coffees that have been grown or roasted in a way likely to produce those acids.

Let’s Find Out How Expert You Are In Your Cup Of Coffee


Coffee is not all about the taste and pleasure we get to it, but when you’re a coffee lover you should always know how to differentiate the coffee characteristics, compare and contrast them by identifying each aroma, acidity, body, and flavor.

Aroma – Sometimes we get hooked up in a cup of Joe because of its aroma. These distinctive aromas are directly corresponding to the coffee flavors it could be spicy, earthy, florally, nutty or others depending on the type and roast of the coffee.

Acidity – There is no such thing as “low-acid coffee” because all coffee beans have a natural acid that occurs in the coffee roasting process. Low-acid coffee feels smooth in the mouth and lingers while coffee with high-acid is described as bright, tangy and crisp with clean finish. This coffee acidity affects the coffee’s final flavor. Nowadays people are switching to coffee with low-acid to prevent heartburn and acid reflux.

Body – Have you observed the weight of your coffee? It’s not in grams but how it feels on your tongue. Does it feel light or full in your mouth? You can feel the weight of full-bodied coffee on your tongue, and the flavor lingers, while light-bodied coffee feels light and don’t linger.

Flavor – We love our cup of Joe because of its flavor the way coffee taste are different from one another. There are flavors of citrus, cocoa, and the most common are the berry coffee, which is good for roasting and often taste strong or subtle.

These are the common characteristics of your everyday coffee knowing them will bring you more knowledge to your daily cup of Joe.



How do you like your coffee? Do you prefer milk over creamer? Do you like sweet or bitter? Whatever your preferences to your cup of Joe this latest coffee trend will make you surprise and surely you want to try after you read this article.

Nowadays people are becoming more and more conscious of their health that is why a lot are switching to a healthier way of eating especially in drinking their favorite beverage which is coffee.

The latest trend today for coffee lovers is putting butter on the cup of Joe this is insanely crazy, but a lot were saying it’s the best thing they have ever tried.

People who haven’t tried the butter coffee trend are skeptical about the idea because they said butter is the unhealthiest product to put on your coffee. But not all butter brands are bad for the health there are several organic brands most likely grass-fed butter. This type of butter came from grass-fed cows and not by cows that are usually fed by soy and corn that can’t even digest their food properly, and their milk creates fats that you don’t want in your body. Grass-fed cows produce the best milk and give the best beef, and the butter is 100% organic and tastes great too.

Here are five facts why you should try the coffee butter bandwagon and switch to an organic way of drinking coffee.

1. Grass-fed butter is the only kind that contains the right fats to regulate cholesterol. It has the right amount of omega 3 and omega-6 fatty acids, known to reduce cholesterol and a great source of vitamin K.
As shown in many studies, these are all facts that can help in reducing heart disease.

2. Grass-fed butter gives healthy fats to your brain and body, providing proper creation of cell walls, membranes, and hormones.

3, Consuming coffee with butter every morning will help you burn fats all day. CLA, or conjugated linoleic acid, contained in grass-fed butter, reduces body fat mass, especially in individuals struggling with obesity.

4. “Bulletproof” coffee provides energy and increases your cognitive functions. You can literally feel the energy kick in your body and will enjoy the effects for 6 hours, without any crash.

5. Butter coffee can be a meal replacement in the morning just add two tablespoons of butter to your cup of coffee, and you are good to go. It provides essential fats and calories, giving a higher performance blend than carbohydrate sources like oatmeal.

Adding butter to your cup of Joe gives a delicious creamy taste and energizes your body. So, if you decide to join in the butter coffee bandwagon get the best of everything, by having the best butter and coffee beans so that you can enjoy your sip of coffee.

DO It At Home: Peppermint Mocha

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The most wonderful time of the year is finally here we can now enjoy the cool weather, dress comfy clothes and enjoy our favorite coffee drinks.

Winter is the season where coffee tastes so delicious it’s a great comforting beverage for the cold weather. Here is an interesting Peppermint Mocha that you can easily do it at home and perfect to enjoy on a cold day!

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