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Irish Coffee

Rumor has it that Irish coffee was first served in the bars on San Francisco’s wharves. Whether this is true or not, the practice of a li...

by Christopher Idone


Espresso Granita

The texture of granitas should be finely granular, like snow.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Espresso Ice Cream

During my travels in Italy I tasted the most wonderful espresso gelato. Ever since that day I have strived to make an espresso ice cream ...

by Kate Zuckerman


Espresso Granita

In Italy, under the canopies on the piazza, tourists and natives slurp this as a popular refresher on a summer day. Top it with brandy an...

by Lou Seibert Pappas


Coffee Almond Brownie Ice Cream

Save this ice cream for a special family occasion — it’s a hit with kids of all ages.

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


Viennese Coffee

If you like spiced coffees, this fragrant blend is sure to satisfy.

by Lonnette Parks


Espresso-Grand Marnier Balls

I must confess that I have always adored these uncooked, boozy little Christmas balls, a sort of mock truffle, made from ground cookie c...

by Sarah Leah Chase


Iced Mexican Coffee

Cafe de olla is a sweet, heavily spiced brew, usually taken hot in the morning with sweet rolls and in the afternoon with crunchy cookies...

by Deborah Schneider


Blonde Mocha Sauce

Even those in the anti-white-chocolate party go for this: all the white chocolate does is cut through the necessary bitterness of the cof...

by Nigella Lawson


Cafe Creme Brulee

A drinkable coffee-flavored version of the creamy burnt-caramel classic (brûlé is French for “burned”). Sip this with someone special—gui...

by Sharon Tyler Herbst


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