Chocolate-Hazelnut Coffee

"A creamy blend of rich chocolate and hazelnuts makes this drink addictive. If you want to make it truly decadent, top with whipped cream and a dusting of cocoa powder."
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  • Also required: 12 ounces wine, glass preheated.
  • Pour hot coffee in the heated wine glass and
  • Stir in the two liqueurs and sugar if using.

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  1. NorthwestGal
    Oh my, this was a really special treat that we enjoyed after dinner last evening. The hazelnut flavor really came forward nicley without being overpowering, and it was the perfect companion to the creamy Godiva chocolate liqueur. We loved it! Thanks for posting your recipe, Annacia. I served these in coffee mugs instead of wine glasses, and I didn't preheat the mugs, but I hope my review still counts.
  2. Ang11002
    I initially gave this 3 stars but after a zmail from Annacia, I increased the liqueurs a bit and made again. YUM! Rerating to 4. :) Still added about a tsp of Splenda.
  3. Wildflour
    Oh boy oh boy was this ever delicious!!!!! I made one small mistake in that I didn't read the directions quite well enough, and only made 1 "americano", which is more like 5-6 oz. and added the full amount of liqueurs. But it was soooo good!!!!! LOVED it!! So no harm done! LOL! ;) :) Thank you so much for such a wonderful treat!! (I didn't add any sugar, either, and it was good just the way it was!) Made for the Comfort Cafe! :)
  4. lazyme
    Yum! I made this with Godiva white chocolate liqueur and Frangelico but without the sugar. I added some grated chocolate on top of the whipped cream for a warm and yummy drink. In fact, I had to make another one to make sure that I liked it, lol. Thanks Annacia. Made for Potluck Tag.
  5. Boomette
    This is very good even in the morning LOL I used godiva white chocolate liqueur. I didn't add sugar cause it's already sweet. And I topped it with whipped cream. Thanks Annacia. Made for Bevy tag.



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