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I’d Like a B.C.C. on the Rocks, Pronto

The Baileys Coffee Cake Martini

Hello all you sugar lovers out there! This week I decided to take a recipe for Hazelnut Cappuccino Cupcakes that I featured a few weeks back and pull it apart and put it into something new and epic: adult beverages. Yep, that’s right, we’re goin’ there! Because who can honestly say that a Baileys Coffee Cake (B.C.C.) martini doesn’t sound good?! 

The arsenal

The arsenal

This recipe is simple, delicious, and still gives you the kick of sugar and caffeine you were looking for. Just start by grabbing some Baileys Hazelnut Irish Cream, any kind of Cake flavored vodka (I used Smirnoff), iced coffee, and a shaker full o’ ice.

Mix it all up!

Mix it all up!

Next just measure 2 oz. of Baileys, 2 oz of the iced coffee, and .5 oz. of the Vodka into the shaker. Close the lid and shake to your hearts content!

Once shaken, strain into a glass of your choosing and voila! Bingo bango drinko! You have now recreated a cupcake in a glass of hazelnutty goodness! See, wasn’t that simple?

Shaken, not stirred

Shaken, not stirred

The link to the original drink recipe that I toyed with can be found at  TheBar.com which provides a plethora, nay, a cornucopia of useful drink making tips and recipes.

Always remember to drink responsibly, and most of all, as Ron Burgundy once said, stay classy.

Yours always,

Oh My Ganache

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3 Responses to “I’d Like a B.C.C. on the Rocks, Pronto”

  1. enidspitz

    yumm! Could you list just the simple recipe at the bottom so it’s easy to glance over? I’ll be using that cornucopia of drink tips 🙂 thanks

    Reply
  2. bridgetcangany

    Another great article! It was witty and funny, and still too the point! The pictures were a great touch to the article! I agree, putting a really simple recipe at the bottom would be good for readers who are just rereading the article to find the recipe!

    Reply

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