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Chocolate Cream Cold Brew Whiskey Cocktail

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Last Updated on June 8, 2023 by Leah Hall

This whiskey, coffee and chocolate cocktail is creamy and rich!


One of our favorite flavor combinations is coffee and chocolate, be it in our coffee cups or in a cocktail coupe! Typically people think of combining chocolate and hot coffee, but we wanted to something a little smoother and cooler! So what better way to come up with something new than to get to work and start tasting? Oh, it’s such a hard life being a cocktail blogger!

Chocolate Coffee Cocktail in a coupe, chocolate liqueur bottle in background

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Chocolate Cold Brew Cocktail in a coupe

Cold Brew Coffee

One way to make coffee really smooth is to make cold brew coffee. When coffee is brewed using hot water, acidic flavors and bitter compounds are released into the coffee. Using cold water to brew coffee tends to release flavors that are more delicate, sweet and fruity that normally get covered up by the bitter flavors.


With the coffee part figured out, what about the chocolate? This was a perfect opportunity to use Mozart Spirit’s Chocolate Cream Liqueur, a premium chocolate liqueur made in Austria. Mozart Spirits draws on Salzburg’s rich history artisanal chocolatiers and their 150 years of distilling experience to create a delicious and rich chocolate cream liqueur that fans of chocolate will not want to miss!

Chocolate Cold Brew Cocktail in a coupe glass, Chocolate Liqueur bottle in background

Flavors with the Chocolate

We wanted to keep the flavors light and really highlight the chocolate and coffee together, but still wanted add a little twist to the pairing too! This where a little whiskey and a splash of Cynar come in! The whiskey brings a little spirit forward characteristic to the cocktail, while highlighting some of the sweetness of the chocolate liqueur. Cynar adds in a little bittersweet herbal quality that teases the tongue and adds a nice bit of character to the cocktail. 

The final finishing touch was using a little bartender’s salt and pepper aka bitters! Adding a few dashes of aromatic bitters helped add a little bit of warm baking spice that further brings out the flavors of the cold brew coffee!

Top sot of coffee chocolate cocktail

Whipped Cream Topping

With the flavors of the cocktail figured out, we need a little garnish to bring the wow! Why not a little bitters infused whipping cream to the top for flavor and visual appeal? We infused a little whipping cream with some black cherry bitters and a drizzle of honey to add a slight bit of sweetness. We gently whipped the cream to thicken it up and make it almost pillowy smooth.


The cream rounded out the flavors and brought a hint of smooth creamy finish to the drink! Top it with a couple of coffee beans to float on the whipped cream and not only do you get a great look, but every time you sip, you smell the coffee beans!

Chocoalte Cold Brew cocktail in a coupe glass. Chocolate Liqueur bottle behind

What Ingredients are Needed for the Chocolate Cream Cocktail?

  • Mozart Chocolate Cream Liqueur
  • Cold Brew Coffee
  • Cynar
  • Whiskey
  • Heavy Cream
  • Cherry Bitters
  • Angostura Bitters
  • Simple Syrup


We have really enjoyed working with the other Mozart Liqueur flavors like in our Funny Bunnies, Strawberry Milkshake and our White Chocolate Gimlet!


We hope you will try this one out, it’s so flavorful and delicious! Perfect as a dessert cocktail, or a standalone chocolate cocktail, we think everyone will enjoy this one!




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Chocolate cocktail in coupe with coffee beans, chocolate liqueur bottle in background
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Chocolate Cream Cold Brew Whiskey Cocktail

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

This Chocolate cocktail is perfectly creamy and delicious. It's and easy recipe and will be sure to please!


Chocolate Cream Cold Brew

  • 1.50 ounce Whiskey
  • 1 ounce Mozart Chocolate Cream
  • 1.50 ounce Cold Brew Coffee
  • .50 ounce Cynar
  • .50 ounce simple syrup
  • .50 ounce heavy whipping cream
  • 2 drops Angostura Bitters
  • 2 drops cherry bitters

Whipped Cream Topping

  • 1 ounce Heavy whipping cream
  • 2 drops cherry bitters
  • a few drops of honey


  1. For the Whipped Cream topping: whisk or blend the cream, bitters and honey together until soft peaks form. Store in fridge until ready.
  2. Combine all ingredients for the Chocolate Cream Cold Brew in a shaker and shake well with ice.
  3. Pour into a coupe. Top with whipped cream topping.
  4. Cheers!

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 403Total Fat: 15.7gSaturated Fat: 9.8gCholesterol: 58mgSodium: 125mgCarbohydrates: 16.6gSugar: 3.1gProtein: .9g

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Friday 6th of August 2021

wouldn't the cream curdle in the alcohol

The Noms

Friday 6th of August 2021

Hi David, If you really shake it, like (30+ seconds) it doesn't. It gives more of a foam in the cocktail. Since we also used a cream liqueur that helps it too! Cheers!

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