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Saints mania has reached the kitchen.

by Judy Walker, The Times-Picayune
February 4, 2010

"We called the Mid-City Yacht Club, a bar that hosts a customer potluck
during Saints games, to see if they had a recipe for a Seabrees. But there's
no need to invent dishes or drinks here. They have made a tribute drink
for the beloved quarterback all football season.
The Cool Brees is an iced adult beverage made with CoolBrew, the local coffee and chicory concentrate.
'We came up with this drink because the games are early and not everybody likes Bloody Marys,' said MJ Sauer, one of the bar owners. 'We thought
of the CoolBrew and went with the Cool Brees. We thought it was a real
nice drink people could have in the morning, and it's generally hot, so
we do it over ice. It was actually a very popular drink.'
 Drew Brees 'has been a godsend to New Orleans,' Sauer said. 'He pretty
much followed our own plight. The guy struggled to come back after he
got injured; we got injured, and we're coming back together.'
If you can't get CoolBrew concentrate [www.coolbrew.com], make a pot
of double-strength chicory coffee and chill it."

The Cool Brees

Makes 1

1 shot CoolBrew Original flavor
coffee concentrate
1 shot Jameson Irish whiskey
1 shot Frangelico hazelnut liqueur
1/2 shot Godiva chocolate liqueur

Pour coffee, whiskey and liqueurs in a shaker over ice. Top off
with milk. Shake well and pour into a glass. Serve and start the
Who Dat chant.

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