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Diner, this is wonderful! Kahlua and cream is one of my faves; how can you go wrong, with two such luscious tastes?! Perfect, as a nightcap, or an after-dinner drink, this will be enjoyed over and over! Thanks so much for sharing! (As an aside, after pouring kahlua, turn a spoon over, and dribble the cream over the back, into the liqueur; this will help to achieve the 'layered-look!)
DH & I just got home after driving six hours in the pouring, freezing rain. Came in & I decided we needed to sit down, chill & try Diner's Top Hat Shooters. I'm a genius! it was so good and perfect just to help us relax those tense muscles. So glad you won & we got to try this recipe.
Rich and lucious! I didn't even need to do the spoon trick. I just poured the heavy cream Slowly and Viola! Thank you so much diner! Made for Zaar Stars
This made a wonderful nightcap for Buddha and I as a sort of St. Valentines-eve toast. Two subtlety opposing flavors, yet together as one, very smooth and comforting,.. like the 2Bleu that is us. Thanks for posting this wonderfully romantic drink recommended to us by Chef #724631.
Oh yeah.....this is fabulous! Rich and creamy, smooth and delicious. Loved it - thanks for posting the recipe!
OMG this is so good. What a great after dinner drink this will be. I used half & half, but it was still rich and very much enjoyed. Thanks diner. Made for I Recommend Tag Game
Wowzers! This is good! I served it 'chilled', lol. Thanks diner. Made for 1-2-3 Tag.
5 Stars, delightful! This is a great coffee drink, minus the fresh-brewed coffee! LOL. Used a narrow-stemmed teaspoon to float the cream on top. My photo shows a regular wine glass. Somehow with Kahlua, you don't feel overpowered as you might with some after-dinner liqueurs. This tasted smooth. Yum! Thanks for posting. Made for Newest Zaar Tag.
The only thing to say is, YUMMMMM. Sweet, rich and creamy with a nice little kick. I pretty much used 1 ounce oh Kahlua to almost 2 ounces of cream (fat free plain coffee creamer). This was mainly because it's the very first time I have ever been able to float a layer and I just kept pouring! LOL. I loved the end result though. Made for Photo Tag.