22 Reviews

Drinkable but mine tasted extremely bitter.. Is the molasses sticking too hard to the grounds or something?..

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crysta22939 October 01, 2015

Oh, spot on! The spice mix is perfect, and the molasses give it that rich gingerbread flavor. I like to add a bit of orange zest with the spices, also. Gives it a lift like sweet orange sauce does for the regular gingerbread. Thanks!

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Cinnamon Turtle October 18, 2011

Oh, this is too delicious. I don't normally drink my coffee sweetened but occasionally I do enjoy a foo-foo cup of coffee. This one is pure bliss. I poured a large cup this morning and poured the rest into a thermos but did not have time to drink it. As I emptied my bag tonight I found the thermos with luke warm coffee - poured a cup and popped it in the microwave. I'm looking forward to tomorrow morning when I will make this again. Made and enjoyed on a chilly Michigan December morning.

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QueenBee49444 December 29, 2010

This is sooooooo yummy! Thank you for sharing. Delish!

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mtaad December 27, 2010

One of the best coffees I ever had! Although it doesn't look so pretty as the others - rice milk cannot be frothed :lol: Used only 1 teaspoon molasses because I don't usually drink sweetened coffee. But this was perfect, liquid gingerbread with coffee flavour. Thanks for posting this winner! Made for Comfort Cafe Snowqueen's Round 2010.

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Mia in Germany January 19, 2010

WoW Mikekey! You have out done yourself on this coffee drink! I replaced the all spice with Pumpkin pie spice as I thought I had some allspice in my spice cabinet but I was wrong. Made for Summer 2009 Comfort Cafe!

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AcadiaTwo July 26, 2009

Oh, divine! This is the first coffee I made in my sweet little cafetiere. I turned it more into a latte, really, adding quite a bit of frothed milk, and I reduced the coffee and spices- I like my coffee rather tame so far!- but it came out absolutely perfect. I'd like to echo Jean R: no more need for $4.00 lattes. Thank you, thank you, thank you! (For the Comfort Cafe 2009)

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White Rose Child January 09, 2009

Enjoyed this! Just got a French Press and am learning how to use it. The press takes care of straining the spices which I loved, all of the flavor but none of the floating powdery stuff. Also loved the flavor the molasses added. Yum! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama January 03, 2009

Thank you for posting this tasty recipe. No more $4.00 lattes for me! The flavors taste like the holidays at Grandma's house. Cheers from Oregon!

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Jean R November 09, 2008

This was a nice tasting coffee! I enjoyed the spice flavoring and the molasses too! Thanks mikekey!

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Sharon123 October 26, 2008
Gingerbread Coffee (Press Pot)