Thanks for sharing LoriinIndiana. Made with the exact ingredients listed but did leave out the optional cocoa powder. I didn't float the cream on top, because I used whipped cream in a can. So I added the coconut cream before the liquers. I garnished the whipped cream with my favorite vanilla bean coarse sugar grind. What a great coffee this is...loved all the different flavors in this drink. It was really nice that nothing overshadowed, all the flavors blended beautifully, you could taste everything. I will be enjoying this one again. Made for ZWT7 for Witchin Kitchen.
I did half a drink...I am taste testing espresso drinks this morning! I had a two year old who prevented me from floating cream...another day when she is not around perhaps. Lovely drink. I'll have to remember it every time I have some leftover coconut milk. Thanks so much. Made for my Babes for ZWT4.
I did half the drink (cause my mug didn't contain enough). But I used the full quantity of heavy cream and coconut milk. By the time I made it, the espresso was cold. I didn't bother to heat the alcohols in the microwave. It was hot yesterday so I took it like a cold coffee. It was very good that way. It was very beautiful. Thanks LoriInIndiana. Made for the Babes of ZWT4
Wonderful! So yummy. I made just as directed. It was a big hit with our company. Made for ZWT4 for the Tastebud Tickling Travellers.
I took the idea of this & ran with it to make a non alcoholic coffe treat. I used irish cream & chocolate flavoured coffee syrups and added some coconut milk powder for the hint of coconut. All combined to make a delicous coffee this afternoon. Made for ZWT 4.
I really tried to float the top layer but it just sank and mixed. No gorgeous layered presentation but it sure didn't hurt the taste any. This was a grand dessert and goes down way to easy! Simply delicious. Along with the Bailey's I used Vermeer Dutch Chocolate Cream Liqueur. Made for ZWT4.