Mexican Coffee

"A spicy coffee drink. I got this from a friend in Texas who swears by it."
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  • Place coffee and cinnamon in the filter basket of coffee maker.
  • Add water to coffee maker and brew as directed.
  • In a saucepan, blend milk, chocolate syrup and sugar.
  • Stir over low heat until sugar dissolves.
  • Combine milk mixture and brewed coffee.
  • Stir in vanilla.

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  1. Dodd H.
    I asked for it in a Stabucks in a grocery store, it wasn't on their menue, which is a surprisING as I live the West coast in California. They suplex me with a tall coffee of the day, in the mug I brought with me, and I went to their condamint counter were I added cream cinnamon, powdered chocolate, and Splenda, the sweeterms of my choice. After tasting I added more cream, chocolate, and one more pack of splenda. Not bad. I think I did well with what I had to work with. I did not however add what is the considered necessary amount of what is a key ingredient in proper Mexican coffee Tequila! For some this would be sacreligious, however @ the time it was 8:45 am, & I'm not the man I once was. My Recommendation to Starbucks, is to put Mexican coffee on your menu listing, without tequila of course, in every state west of the Mississippi River ! ! !
  2. baoliverio
    Mexican coffee
  3. invictus
    What a nice little after work pick me up. I scaled it down to only one cup as well and took the lazy way out using this morning's brew. Still, it was fabulous. Thank you!
  4. Outta Here
    This is great. Warmed me right up on a dreary cold day. I used Splenda instead of brown sugar. Also used a French Press pot.
  5. babygirl65
    This is absolutely awesome!! I used only 1 tbsp of brown sugar, personal choice, cuz I really don't like "too sweet" coffee and I used Mexican vanilla, really makes a difference!!


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