Would you try a tequila coffee cocktail?
When you need both kinds of buzz
This type of alcoholic, caffeinated concoction is only for those specific nightlife endeavors when you just really need to stay awake and party on.
The flavor of tequila coffee is, "Creamy, bracing, and not at all like tequila. Somehow, the coffee completely masked the liquor, and the liquor completely masked the burned coffee, and all that was left was a gentle, warming, sweetness and a waft of booze on the nose," Amanda Shapiro from Bon Appétit Magazine wrote. "It was so delicious, so easy to drink, and total rocket fuel."
Some restaurants and hip bars have variations of the drink called "Mexican coffee," which is often served with Kahlua, sugar, and whipped cream. But if you are in a bind, and only have leftover coffee and that half-drunken bottle of tequila you never touch, tequila coffee may be your best option.
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