Wow!!! Whats not to like about this wonderful treat?? I made this as written and it was perfect for this very hot and humid day. After my coffee brewed this morning, I put one cup in the fridge and filled about 6 ice cube spots and put in the freezer. With just a pinch of the cayenne, it wasn't too strong but still gave a little kick!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT8.
YUM!!! We loved this recipe. It is perfect as written. Thanks for sharing a recipe that I will use often.
5 Bright Stars . . . but what was I expecting, coffee, ice cream and Kahlua, there is no way to go wrong! We had this for dessert last night -- a perfect end to a meal on a warm summer evening! Thanks Kato for sharing. I don't have a regular ice cube tray so put the coffee in a ziplock and froze . . .think the ice cubes would be easier to work work with, so will have to get one just for this. Didn't really measure the Kahlua so I'm sure I used more than an ounce! Thanks Kato for sharing!
Wonderful way to serve coffee ;) I added a little more cayenne, maybe my pinch is bigger... but I like the spice. Only problem I had was waiting on the coffee to freeze into ice cubes. But it was worth the wait. Yum.. all my favorites in one glass *slurp* was very nice. I'll make this again and again. Thanks for sharing. Cheers ~V
OMG what a great treat. I love this stuff. I used Coffe ice cream instead of the chocolate because that is what I had. I didn't really taste the flavor of the cayenne so I might not have added enough. Thanks so much for sharing this rich and tasty treat.
It's now March, when the snow is gone and it warms up I'm filling the hot tub with this stuff and drinking my way to the bottom! This is a fabulous coffee (even with sugar free ice cream) and I really love the little spark from the cayenne. It's sweet, smooth and ever so slightly spicy which is interesting because it's a slushy. All I can say is that it's a good thing I only got a pint of ice cream. Bless you BK for this wonderful treat.