A Coffee (Whiskey) Drinker Fave
People have been celebrating a hard day’s work with a beer and a shot of whiskey dating back to America’s original adventurers. As story has it, mineworkers in the 1890s made this combo popular and clearly, they knew what they were talking about! Get straight to the point while gearing up for your next adventure with this classic combo.
AROMA: Toasted grains, caramel, and sweet coffee
FLAVOR: Coffee-spiked beer with crisp notes of spices, sweet toasted walnuts, and malted grains.
- 2oz Kentucky Coffee Whiskey
- 0.25oz Cinnamon Syrup
- 4oz Belgian Ale
- Garnish: Orange wedge dusted with brown sugar & ground coffee
- Glassware: Beer Glass
JUST THREE EASY STEPS
HOW TO MAKE THIS DRINK
Grab a chilled beer glass. *Optional: add ice
Add ingredients beginning with a shot of Kentucky Coffee Whiskey followed by cinnamon syrup then top it off with beer.
Garnish with an orange wedge lightly dusted in brown sugar and ground coffee.
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