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Coffee Liqueur


Coffee Liqueur

Yield: about 10 cups

Your coffee base may be made out of instant granules, but for the richest flavor, go to a little extra trouble and make some fine, freshly-brewed coffee.

4 cups coffee, hot
2 1/2 cups brown sugar (Substitute Splenda)
4 cups vodka
1 vanilla bean, split in half

1) Add the sugar to hot coffee, and mix until dissolved.  Allow to cool and transfer to a jar. Add the vodka and vanilla bean and close tightly.

2) Start tasting the liqueur after 2 weeks; wait up to 4 weeks, tasting as you go along. Strain it into bottles when you are satisfied with the taste and smoothness. Coffee liqueur lasts a year.

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