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Orange-Infused Coffee Cocktail

  • Prep 10 min
  • Total 15 min
  • Ingredients 6
  • Servings 3

Ingredients

3
ozs coffee liquor
6
ozs milk
6
scoops of coffee-flavored ice cream
Orange zest to taste
Whipped cream
Cinnamon powder (optional)

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

To make the drink colder, you can add ice when blending.

The first cocktail I ever tried was a piña colada and I fell in love. The second I had was at a Christmas party when one of my aunts prepared a pink drink they called medias de seda (silk socks), and it was then that I discovered my love for creamy sweet drinks. One of the flavors most rooted in our culture is that of coffee; delicious, strong, full bodied, rich in color and yet very versatile. I’d bet we could easily find 100 recipes where we can use it. Having said that, today I’ve decided to combine the rich flavor of coffee with the creamy and sweet goodness of ice cream to create this delicious recipe. This coffee cocktail looks like a milkshake, but watch out, its not! I hope you like it!

Have all the ingredients ready and the glasses close; this cocktail needs to be served immediately.

Directions

  • 1 Put the liquor, milk and ice cream in a blender. Blend until well mixed and consistent. You can use the orange zest in two ways: You can add it to the mixture in the blender or you can add it when you’re serving.
  • 2 Empty the mixture into the glasses of your choice, add whipped cream, orange zest and finish with the cinnamon. Cheers!

The first cocktail I ever tried was a piña colada and I fell in love. The second I had was at a Christmas party when one of my aunts prepared a pink drink they called medias de seda (silk socks), and it was then that I discovered my love for creamy sweet drinks. One of the flavors most rooted in our culture is that of coffee; delicious, strong, full bodied, rich in color and yet very versatile. I’d bet we could easily find 100 recipes where we can use it. Having said that, today I’ve decided to combine the rich flavor of coffee with the creamy and sweet goodness of ice cream to create this delicious recipe. This coffee cocktail looks like a milkshake, but watch out, its not! I hope you like it!

Rate and Comment

Silvia Martinez Silvia Martinez
September 28, 2015

The first cocktail I ever tried was a piña colada and I fell in love. The second I had was at a Christmas party when one of my aunts prepared a pink drink they called medias de seda (silk socks), and it was then that I discovered my love for creamy sweet drinks. One of the flavors most rooted in our culture is that of coffee; delicious, strong, full bodied, rich in color and yet very versatile. I’d bet we could easily find 100 recipes where we can use it. Having said that, today I’ve decided to combine the rich flavor of coffee with the creamy and sweet goodness of ice cream to create this delicious recipe. This coffee cocktail looks like a milkshake, but watch out, its not! I hope you like it!