Planning a party? These coffee cocktails will keep your guests happy

Some coffee cocktails for winter warm-up

For those who love their coffees to be experimental with a touch of robust flavors of whiskey or rum, these caffeine-injected cocktails provide more ways to enjoy that irresistible brew.

1. Caramel Irish Coffee

Are you in a mood for some creamy, sweet, and mouthwatering take on the Irish coffee? The caramel Irish coffee is here.

Caramel Irish Coffee

Caramel Irish Coffee (Photo: Dreamstime)


1/3 cup Jameson Irish Whiskey
1/3 cup Baileys Irish Cream
1/3 cup butterscotch schnapps
1/4 coffee
whipped cream

How to make it
1. Warm a mug by pouring hot water inside
2. Add all of the ingredients to the mug and stir
3. Top with whipped cream and caramel

2. Irish Winter

Not in a mood to put much effort? Irish Winter is an easy way of getting your cocktail-coffee fix.

Irish Winter

Irish Winter (Photo: Dreamstime)

25 ml Coffee Liqueur
25 ml Irish Whiskey
Freshly Brewed Coffee
Whipped Cream

How to make it
1. Combine ingredients, stir to combine
2. Top with whipped cream.

3. Café Amore

Café Amore

Café Amore (Photo: Dreamstime)

A soothing combination of strong, black coffee and amaretto is a perfect winter warmer. Add some whipped cream and shaved almonds to give it a nutty flavour.


25 ml Cognac
25 ml Amaretto
Black Coffee
Whipped Cream
Shaved Almonds

How to make it
1. Pour Cognac and amaretto into a glass
2. Top it with whipped cream and shaved almonds

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4. Café Caribbean

Winter favourite, Café Caribbean is the easiest coffee cocktail to make. Just some rum, amaretto and coffee and you are done.

Café Caribbean

Café Caribbean (Photo: Dreamstime)


25 ml Amaretto
25 ml ounce rum
1/4 cup coffee
1 teaspoon sugar
Whipped cream

How to make it
1. Mix Amaretto, rum and coffee
2. Add sugar
3. Top with whipped cream

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5. Reverse Espresso Martini

An Irish cream and vodka reverse espresso martini is a perfect drink for slow drinkers. In this drink, flavours don’t dilute, rather they intensify over time.

Reverse Espresso Martini

Reverse Espresso Martini (Photo: Dreamstime)

30 ml espresso
50 ml vodka
25 ml Baileys

How to make it
1. Freeze the espresso in an ice cube tray
2. Pour the vodka and Baileys into a cocktail shaker filled with ice
3. Stir together
4. Put 4 coffee ice cubes into the drink