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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

I loved having the chance to make this using a French press, instead of the espresso maker we usually use. Of course, this didn't taste like espresso was in it but it did have a nice latte kind of flavor and the spices were nicely balanced. The only thing that detracted from this at all was the amount of dried spices used in this gave it an obvious powdered-spice taste that none of us here cared for. I would use less next time just to make it less appparent, or just go with flavored syrups instead, (which I have tons of anyway). Thank you.

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Sue Lau May 01, 2008
Gingerbread Coffee (Press Pot)