Drinks

Toblerone Cocktail

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

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I enjoy cocktails that don’t taste like too much alcohol. Most people would say I would therefore like almost all cocktails, although that isn’t the case. I like a few – and this is my favourite!!

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It could almost be a dessert in itself, but I do enjoy it at any time and with (almost) any meal – it tastes just like a chocolate milkshake – only alcoholic 😛

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Don’t get me wrong, I don’t drink it all the time. But once in a while, it’s a nice treat and will be lovely in our hot weather.

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Toblerone Cocktail

Recipe by me – Anita @ Leave Room for Dessert

Serves: 1 large cocktail or 2 in martini glasses

½ shot (15ml) Kahlua
½ shot (15ml) Baileys
½ shot (15ml) Frangelico
½ shot (15ml) dark Crème de Caco (if you don’t have this, either omit it or add another 1/2 shot of Baileys)
½ cup (125 ml) milk
2-3 scoops ice cream
Chocolate sauce
Handful ice cubes (4 large ice cubes)

Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

Midori Splice

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Bold cocktails are beautiful, especially when layering is involved. And anything that takes you back to a relaxing holiday on a beach is a definite… either on holiday or back home.

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Even though it is getting cooler here in Sydney at the moment, I’m sure there’s still space for a cocktail or two, perhaps on the upcoming long weekend…

The addition of the coconut rum really makes this cocktail remind me of summer, the beach and relaxing. The beautiful layering of green, yellow and white also inspire holiday-like day-dreaming.

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Midori Splice

Serves: 1

1 shot (30ml) Malibu (Coconut rum)
1 shot (30ml) Midori
Pineapple juice
Ice
Thickened or Fresh Cream

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Put ice in a tall glass. Pour in Malibu and Midori.
Fill glass with pineapple juice (leaving about 3-5cm at the top). Pour on cream. Serve and relax.

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