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What are some brands of coffee flavored liqueurs?


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2010-01-08 15:45:22
2010-01-08 15:45:22

When I first saw this question, Kahlua was the first to come to mind. Being ever thorough, however, I decided to research the question further. You actually helped me learn something.

There are two types of coffee liqueurs: those made from vodka (most common) and those made from rum. Tia Maria is the most common brand of rum based coffee liqueur. Kahlua is probably the most popular vodka-based brand in the U.S., but others include DeKuyper, Godiva, Kamona, and Sabroso.

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