This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of RumChata. All opinions are 100% mine.
If we’re being honest, nothing makes us quite as happy as brunch! Wether it is hosted at home or at one of our favorite restaurants, it is one of our favorite meals, and we are always looking for new ways to spice it up! Hence, these fun coffee cocktails for a boozy brunch! When introducing cocktails into a breakfast or brunch spread, there is always the debate: coffee or cocktail? But why choose?! These delicious coffee cocktails are made with RumChata – a delicious cream liqueur. It’s made with Caribbean distilled rum, real dairy cream, and cinnamon and vanilla, which makes it the perfect spirit to pair with coffee!
The incredibly tasty concoctions will please any guest. Enjoy them with a sweet or savory meal OR on their own! You can use this liqueur in plenty of other cocktail or even food recipes for your brunch too. Just check out RumChata’s YouTube channel or RumChata’s Facebook Page for more inspiration.
Iced RumChata Coffee
1 part RumChata
3 parts Cold Brew Coffee
For the simplest mix – and the most caffeine, pour your favorite cold brew and Rumchata over ice.
3 parts RumChata
1 part Kahlua
Cinnamon sugar for the rim
Coat the rim of the glass in agave before dipping in cinnamon sugar. Then mix all ingredients with ice and enjoy!
Iced Caramel Mocha
3 ounces RumChata
1 ounce Vanilla Vodka
⅓ ounce Chocolate Liqueur
¾ ounce Caramel Syrup
7 ounce Cold Brew Coffee
For those with a sweet tooth, this caramel mocha is the answer! Coat the inside of the glass in caramel drizzle. Mix all ingredients. Yum!
Finally, you can set up all these ingredients and let your family/friends/guests create their own coffee cocktail!
We love that these cocktails pack just the right amount of punch and aren’t too sweet! The RumChata is the perfect creamy addition to coffee. Plus, it can act as a boozy alternative to cream and sugar ;). We chose to create these cocktails cold because that’s how we love to enjoy our coffee in the spring and summer. However, you can make them hot as well! Just sub coffee for cold brew and nix the ice.
Let us know if you try these RumChata coffee-tails in the comments!