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5 Coffee Drinks to Impress Your Holiday Guests

Looking to be creative with your coffee? Here are 5 coffee drinks to warm you up and impress your guests this holiday season!

Here are 5 coffee drinks to warm you up and impress your guests this holiday season.

1. Spice up your life: cinnamon coffee

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Sprinkling cinnamon into your coffee grounds boosts the flavor profile of your coffee and makes your house smell like a bakery. We promise your holiday guests will be oohing and aahing at more than your dinner spread! You can find out how to make this spiced drink here.

2. FALL FAVORITE: diy pumpkin spiced latte


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If you’re a pumpkin spice latte lover, stick to the all natural way of bringing fall flavors into your coffee cup this holiday season. This recipe does pumpkin spice the right way with pumpkin syrup made with pumpkin puree, brown sugar, and pie pumpkin spices. Don’t forget to top it with homemade whipped cream, caramel sauce, and a dash of cinnamon! Your guests will surely be impressed with your PSL skills.



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Irish coffee consists of two delicious drinks: coffee and alcohol. If you’re a fan of either of these, combining them into a warm, cozy concoction is a great way to end (or begin) an evening with your friends and relatives. We suggest serving irish coffee with a big slice of pie for dessert. Here’s a great Irish Coffee recipe to get you started.

4. For your sweet tooth: BUTTERSCOTCH CARAMEL COFFEE


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Butterscotch caramel coffee is not only a crowd pleaser, it’s easy to make. So easy in fact, that your guests will make it for themselves! This sinfully sweet drink recipe includes a printable card to set out with a few ingredients (cinnamon, butterscotch schnapps, cream, and caramel sauce, and whipped cream). The guests can make their own sweet coffee drink, and you can sit back and focus on the feast. Win-win!


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A while back, our readers asked us how to make the perfect mocha at home. We came up with a super simple mocha recipe and a few creative variations like a velvety white mocha with a spicy kick and a salted mocha. For your guests, we suggest having our classic mocha on hand when they arrive. It’s as easy as brewing a big batch of coffee and melting in chocolate and a dash of cream. It’s easy and delicious!

Hope these 5 delicious coffee drinks surprise your guests this holiday season. Let us know what they think and which drink you decide to serve.

Keeping Warm with Coffee,

Team Bean Box 

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