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Coffee Inspired Recipes

  • Two Hangover Coffee Recipes that Work!

    We’ve got two hangover recipes for you, because sometimes we imbibe in higher quantities than we should have. They’re well tested recipes that we are happy to share. Give them a shot, drink lots of water and put the toothpicks away. You won’t need them to hold your eyes open. Coffee & Lemon Elixir Lemon filters out toxins and helps process nutrients because lemon juice has a similar structure to the body’s digestive juices, which make it a powerful liver cleanser.  After a night of alcohol consumption, Lemon will give your liver the boost it needs. Coffee contains lots of

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  • Irish Coffee Recipe

    Whether you think Irish Coffee was first invented by Joseph Sheridan at Foynes Airbase in 1942 for passengers waiting out a storm or by Joe Jackson at the Ulster Hotel in 1945, it's a fine cuppa Jo.  No matter the history, it's sure to warm you from the inside out on a cold day. It's also a great addition to any St. Patrick's Day Celebration. If you're going to do it, do it right with this recipe.   Ingredients: Hot teaspoon 1 measure or shot (2 ounces) Irish whiskey 2 teaspoons brown sugar 5 to 6 ounces freshly-brewed strong black

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  • Get Your Coffee Fix With Unexpected Recipes

    Sure, many of us love a morning cup of Joe, but coffee is much more than the best part of waking up. The strong brewed drink is pretty good for us too (don’t believe the rumors that it stunts growth or can cause heart disease). Studies show caffeine in moderation can improve the memory, boost metabolism, and even rev up athletic performance. A mug of java can also lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and gout . It is possible to overload on the good stuff, though—drinking more than 500 mg of caffeine per

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