Toffee Coffee Recipe from Asheville's Biltmore Estate

Have I told you that I love Bailey's Irish Cream? I really love it in coffee as an after-dinner drink. I love Bailey's Irish Cream so much that one could really accuse me of naming my cat after the liquor. I did put a shot of Bailey's in my coffee about the exact time I threw-out Bailey as a name for our 20-pound, green-eyed, black cat. 

We no longer have Bailey the cat, but I do have Bailey's Irish Cream in my kitchen along with 12 glass coffee mugs.

Who wants to come over for Toffee Coffee?  This coffee recipe is this recipe courtesy of the Biltmore Estate.  Spring is a great time to visit the estate for Biltmore Blooms. Every season is great at the Biltmore, but the gardens genuinely shine during this time of year. 

Inn of Biltmore's Toffee Coffee

Toffee Coffee is a signature drink at the Inn at Biltmore. It's great for those chilly, mountain nights that you even find in the spring. 

The Inn at Biltmore's Toffee Coffee

Mix 1 ounce Bailey's Irish Cream, 1-ounce Butterscotch Schnapps, and 4 ounces coffee. Serve in a warm mug and top with whipped cream and toffee sprinkles.

  As a throwback, I thought you would enjoy seeing a candid of Will, Bailey the Cat, and me in our condo after we left our wedding reception.  Bailey was the baby before we had a baby in 2005.  Of course, I had to snap a photo with the cat on my wedding day!

We pose with our cat, Bailey, on the day of our wedding in 2002.   Ok. We've aged.

A hot mug of toffee coffee from the luxury hotel, Inn on Biltmore

Travel Inspiration for Asheville, N.C. 

1 comment

  1. I am super excited about the Chihuly exhibit coming in May to Biltmore. Maybe I can grab one of these when visiting :)


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