OOOOOOOO so yummy! Had after work on a cold, rainy day, really hit the spot! Made for your Football week 7 win!
Enjoyed this very much at the end of a tough day. Lovely blend of flavors and perfect for cool weather. Leaves you feeling all cozy and warm. Made for Football Pool week 7. Congrats on your win.
Made this last night as we were preparing for the upcoming hurricane. I am not a fan of Kahlua but my DW is!!! Needless to say, her review is what this is based on. I have been informed that we will be making this again. Whatever the DW wants she gets. Made for Football Pool 2012.
Perfect drink for a chilly evening. I made it as written and loved it. Will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing. Made for Football Pool 2012.
This was super delicious. I sipped on it last evening while relaxing and getting some paperwork done. The brandy was a little much for me, even at the scant amount used. So I will reduce that just a bit the next time I make this. But other than that, it was quite enjoyable. The cinnamon added such a sweet touch that I would not change that at all. Yum! Thanks for sharing your recipe, Bayhill. Made for 2012 ZWT8.
This drink was exactly what I needed to go along with the brunch I made of blueberry french toast, eggs and sausage...utterly delicious! Coffee chocolate cinnamon liqueur = party in my tummy! Thanks for posting. Made for ZWT8 Zingo.
Wow! The cinnamon gave it a sweet kick to the Mexican coffee, in every sip! Absolutely wonderful! Definetely a keeper of a recipe.
This was great... very decadent! I used French Vanilla Kahlua. Made for Comfort Cafe winter 2010.
PAC FALL 2009: Perfect for a chilly fall or winter's evening!! This was delicious and a wonderful mix of flavors.
I love my coffee and this is an excellant coffee Bayhill. It certainly warms you up nicely, from the bottom of your toes to the top of your head. I couldn't wait to make this, I had to have it right away, and boy am I glad that I did. What a treat, chocolate, coffee, cinnamon, brandy and whip cream, you can't go wrong with this combination. I'll be making this again and again.