Sonata For Two Coffee Cocktail

Sonata For Two Coffee Cocktail is one of those drink that is perfect for the winter season. Not only as fantastic dessert cocktail but also to share at home over the winter season and festive evenings. With the festive season slowly picking up and we all start looking at different ways to capture it in our cocktails, Sonata For Two Coffee Cocktail is one for you to consider.

Sonata For Two Coffee Cocktail

Sonata For Two Coffee Cocktail is not your usual Coffee Cocktail.

We all know, heard or try one of the most popular coffee cocktails. Examples such as Irish Coffee, Baylis Coffee, and so on are fantastic cocktails. I love them all, and I am sure you like them too. However, with more beautiful liqueurs coming out, I think it is the right moment to introduce some new recipes. Sonata For Two Coffee Cocktail uses Mozart dark chocolate liqueur, and this makes it very popular because of the enormous love for chocolate among all of us. So, check the recipe and give it a go. I promise it is delicious and you’ll be satisfied but may want to enjoy more than one cocktail.

Everyone has a busy festive time over the winter and especially in December. Mine is the same. Not only rushing and running around to organise Christmas but also with my work. Writing a new cocktail menu for a bar, training the bar staff, putting December specials in another bar to name a few. Finally, I am having some free time to enjoy and what better way but sharing a lovely warm coffee cocktail with my wife.

So, when you want to share a moment with someone, I suggest trying this amazing coffee cocktail. The cocktail is named after the beautiful Sonata for two Pianos in D major by one and only Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Whatever you decide, don’t forget to check our Cocktails Page for some more delicious recipes. Who knows, you may find something else and turn it to a Fusion Cocktail.



  • Pour the liqueurs in your glass
  • Add the freshly brewed coffee
  • Toped up with the whipped cream
  • Sprinkle some chocolate powder
  • Garnish with the 1/2 biscuit.


  • 40ml Mozart Dark Chocolate Liqueur
  • 10ml Sipsmith Sloe Gin Liqueur
  • 100ml Lavazza Delizioso Espresso
  • Whip Cream with White Chocolate Syrup
  • 1 Scottish Shortbread Biscuit with Toffee Pieces

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