Spiced Cappucini Cocktail

Serve this warm cocktail at your holiday gathering. The coffee balances nicely with the spicy, warm fall flavors of the liqueurs and freshly grated nutmeg. This cocktail is perfect to enjoy by the fire or with a freshly baked slice of pie.
Dessert Cocktail: Cappucini

Spiced Cappucini Cocktail

Need the perfect drink to pair with a dessert? A warm cappucini cocktail gets its flavor from gin, coffee liqueur, and fresh coffee, topped with whipped cream and freshly grated nutmeg. Serve hot.

Tips:
* If you do not have access to Licor43 you could substitute a vanilla liqueur, but Licor43 has a bit of spice that makes it perfect for this cocktail.

* Old Tom gin is a bit sweeter and less botanical than more widely available dry gin. If Old Tom is not available in your market, you could substitute traditional dry gin, but you may wish to sweeten your drink a little.

Ingredients

1/2 oz. Old Tom gin
1/2 oz. Licor43
1/4 oz. Kahlua or coffee liqueur
5 oz. freshly brewed coffee
whipped cream for topping
fresh nutmeg

Spiced Cappucini Cocktail Ingredients

Spiced Cappucini Cocktail Ingredients

Serve this warm cocktail at your holiday gathering. The coffee balances nicely with the spicy, warm fall flavors of the liqueurs and freshly grated nutmeg. This cocktail is perfect to enjoy by the fire or with a freshly baked slice of pie.

Instructions

1. Brew coffee; pour into a heatproof mug or glass (Image 1).
2. Add gin and liqueurs then top with whipped cream (Image 2).
3. Grate fresh nutmeg over whipped cream and serve finished cocktail hot (Image 3).

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