Skip dinner and go straight to dessert & drinks! Here's our list of desserts that pair well with drinks such as red wine, white wine, beer, and coffee!
Red Wine Is Quite Fine:
Pie And Red Wine
Pair a glass of Syrah with a slice of tasty fruit pie for a truly fruit-licious experience.
Classic With A Twist
Craving a tasty chocolate chip cookie? Pair it with a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon!
Chocolate, Chocolate, And More Chocolate
Pretty much every chocolate dessert pairs well with a glass of Merlot. Pair it with Chocolate souffle, chocolate mousse, chocolate cake, and even chocolate ice cream!
White Wine Time:
Let Them Eat Cheesecake!
Enjoy a glass of Riesling paired together with a slice of cheesecake!
This pairing will make you feel like a champion! Savour a delicious piece of layered chocolate and coffee tiramisu while sipping on a glass of champagne.
Pie And White Wine
Mmm, try a slice of apple pie with a glass of Moscato white wine! Now that sounds delish!
Hold My Beer:
The Blondie And The Tart
Pair a pint of Blonde Ale with a delightful lemon tart. Perfection!
Bitter, Sweet & Spicy
Enjoy a tasty pint of IPA beer paired with a delicious slice of spice cake. Your tummy will thank you!
Porter & Chocolate
Nothing better than chocolate covered strawberries? How about a pint of Porter with chocolate covered strawberries?!
Coffee Is A Hug In A Mug:
Donut & Americano
Get a maple-glazed donut next time you order yourself an Americano. It has the strength of a drip coffee with a different flavor profile.
Coffee and Cake
A delicious mocha paired with cheesecake? Yeah, that just happened. This pairing is sure to please the foodie in you!
When you say "pure deliciousness," all we can think of is vanilla ice cream, espresso and a slice of apple pie! Combine all of those things by ordering an affogato and some apple pie!
Here's to a life full of delicious drinks and dessert! Post a pic of your dessert adventure on your favorite social media site with the hashtag #YummyAlert!
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