Make the Horny Snowman for a Boozy Coffee Treat

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Consider putting the Horny Snowman over ice for a frosty summertime drink. Photo by Amanda Weeks.

I’m not a cold-weather person. Something about freezing my ass off to the point of being able to register my nipples as deadly weapons doesn’t sit right with me. I mean, when the temperature dips below 70, I’m digging the parka and fur boots out of my closet.

If you feel the same way I do every time winter rears its ugly head, you’ll need a little something to take the edge off. So here’s a boozy seasonal drink that I like to call the Horny Snowman. I’m not too sure why I’ve named it that — perhaps that’s up to you to decide.

Anyways, if you down enough of these guys, you might just forget that the wind stings your face every time you step outside into the bullshit winter air.

The Horny Snowman Recipe

Items Needed:


  • 1 cup freshly brewed coffee
  • 1 shot Irish cream liqueur
  • 1 shot coffee liqueur
  • 3 marshmallows
  • 3 tiny pretzel sticks

Preparation:


  1. Brew your choice of coffee and fill a mug three-quarters full.
  2. Dump in your shots of Irish cream liqueur and coffee liqueur.
  3. Stir your delicious concoction.
  4. Create a tiny snowman by stacking the three marshmallows onto one of the pretzel sticks. Use the remaining two pretzel sticks to create the arms.
  5. Place your tiny snowman in your boozy coffee.

Enjoy!


This article first appeared in the Winter 2022 print edition of Coffee or Die Magazine as “Bitter Barista: The Horny Snowman.”

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Heather Lynn is a staff writer for Coffee or Die, and a producer and influencer for BRCC, creating hands-on content for its social channels. Originally from Nicholasville, Kentucky, she was raised to love fishing, riding horses, and spending much of her time outdoors. Heather is passionate about acting and content creation. She enjoys the innovation involved in the process, especially since she began working with BRCC’s marketing department. She spends much of her time with her German Shepherd dog, Arya, working out at the gym, and writing new skits.
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