Godiva Irish Coffee

  • 1 1/2 oz Godiva Liqueur
  • 3/4 oz Irish Cream Liqueur
  • 4 oz Hot Coffee

Pour coffee and liqueurs into mug and stir. Top with whipped cream. 


Turkish Coffee

  • 3/4 cup of water
  • 1 tablespoon of coffee ground to a fine powder, any fine dark roast will do, but we like Sumatra
  • 1 cardamon pod

Combine water and sugar in an Ibrik or small saucepan. Bring to a boil; then remove from heat and add coffee and cardamon. Stir well and return to heat. When coffee foams up, remove form heat and let grounds settle. Repeat twice more. Pour into cups; let grounds settle before drinking. Serve with a small cup of water. 



  • 2 Cups fine fresh ground coffee (go for the BOLD stuff!) 
  • 7 Cups white granulated cane sugar (I like organic – not heavily processed and has natural molasses in it – makes sweeter liquor) 
  • 1 Quart water (I use distilled bottled water – hate tap water…sometimes it has nasty odor or flavour) 
  • 1 Quart 80 proof vodka (no particular brand) or alcool (available at most liquor stores) 
  • 1 Whole vanilla bean 
  • 2 1-Quart sized, sealable glass containers 

Bring the water to a full boil.Remove from heat and add the coffee and the sugar. Stir constantly until the sugar and coffee are completely dissolved.Strain out the grounds. Allow to cool. Add vodka or Alcool and stir. Pour into two separate 1-quart, seal-able glass containers. Drop one half of the vanilla bean into each container. Seal tightly. Apply a label or tie a note around the container identifying its contents and the date it was made. Allow the product to age by placing in a cool, dark place where they will be undisturbed for at least 30 days; the longer, the better. **Clean, empty 750 ml. wine bottles are great to use as your glass containers. (Remove the wine label.) Seal the wine bottles with vacuum-type bottle or soda container sealing caps (available at most grocery stores). GOOD LUCK!


Other Organic Ingredients… 


Cocoa has traditionally been one of the most pesticide-intensive crops in the world. In particular, the use of Lindane (an organochlorine pesticide) in cocoa production is a health hazard for farmers, wildlife and consumers. The Organic cocoa used in Cocoa Camino products is grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Organic and shade grown agricultural techniques encourage careful stewardship of the environment to improve cocoa quality and yields.

This helps to ensure environmental sustainability and healthy communities for the future.


Organic sugar is minimally processed and harvested by hand. As crop-burning (slash and burn) techniques are not used, there are no traces of sulfur found on the cane or the land. There are no added chemical additives and no bleaching (via sulfur-dioxide) of the sugar. By eliminating polluting chemicals from entering the soil, groundwater, plants and atmosphere, these organic processes help to protect the environment.