October 28, 2005

A Little Nip for Your Single Serve Coffee?

Starbuck-Jim-Beam-Liquer-742892We've been having a little nip or two with our single serve coffee since February of this year with our Starbucks Coffee Liqueur. We like the strong coffee flavor it adds but sometimes would like something a little creamier. Starbucks is now making a Cream Liqueur version we will have to pick up for just this desire. I can imagine making a nice cup of hazelnut creme from Green Mountain and putting a little Starbucks Cream Liqueur in for the perfect hot coffee drink.

New from Starbucks is "Starbucks Cream Liqueur", containing spirits from Jim Beam. Described as "an artful blend of delicious cream, premium spirits and a hint of Starbucks", the new offering comes after the success of Starbucks Coffee Liqueur last February. It will be available at restaurants, bars and retail outlets where premium distilled spirits are sold. $22.99 for a 750ml bottle.

Via Junk Food Blog

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 28, 2005 9:18 AM

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They can make liqueurs, but won't make a coffee pod.. *sigh*


Posted by: Jeffrey Spencer at October 31, 2005 1:04 PM
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