"St. Patrick's Day Mocha Java | Crafted Pour"

"Hello friends! Tonight, I have my take on a coffee cocktail from a defunct California restaurant that my research tells me closed in 2008 or 2009 at its Santa Barbara location credited with inventing this drink. What originally called for Bailey's in a spin on an Irish Coffee, I substituted Amarula so I can work through that bottle before buying a different bottle of cream liqueur. I find Amarula to be a fine substitute for Bailey's, it is a little fruitier than Bailey's is and to me, tastes much smoother on the palate. When combined with Kahlúa and hot coffee, the result is divine, and makes for a great cooler weather drink, perfect for sipping by the fire with your feet up, cozy under a blanket, watching Hallmark movies. This was a very pleasant cocktail! Cheers!", "undefined", "St. Patrick's Day Mocha Java",

"Ingredients"

St. Patrick's Day Mocha Java By , May 8, 2009 Hello friends! Tonight, I have my take on a coffee cocktail from a defunct California restaurant that my research tells me closed in 2008 or 2009 at its Santa Barbara location credited with inventing this drink. What originally called for Bailey's in a spin on an Irish Coffee, I substituted Amarula so I can work through that bottle before buying a different bottle of cream liqueur. I find Amarula to be a fine substitute for Bailey's, it is a little fruitier than Bailey's is and to me, tastes much smoother on the palate. When combined with Kahlúa and hot coffee, the result is divine, and makes for a great cooler weather drink, perfect for sipping by the fire with your feet up, cozy under a blanket, watching Hallmark movies. This was a very pleasant cocktail! Cheers! Hello friends! Tonight, I have my take on a coffee cocktail from a defunct California restaurant that my research tells me closed in 2008 or 2009 at its Santa Barbara location credited with inventing this drink. What originally called for Bailey's in a spin on an Irish Coffee, I substituted Amarula so I can work through that bottle before buying a different bottle of cream liqueur. I find Amarula to be a fine substitute for Bailey's, it is a little fruitier than Bailey's is and to me, tastes much smoother on the palate. When combined with Kahlúa and hot coffee, the result is divine, and makes for a great cooler weather drink, perfect for sipping by the fire with your feet up, cozy under a blanket, watching Hallmark movies. This was a very pleasant cocktail! Cheers! Ingredients: - Amarula - Kahlua Coffee Liqueur Instructions: 1. Pour Amarula and Kahlúa into a mug 2. Fill with hot coffee 3. Top with whipped cream 1990s,Hot,Low ABV