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Nothing is tastier than butterscotch schnapps and liqueurs, and there are some great cocktails you can make with it. Every one of these is quick and easy to make at home, even the ones you need a blender for.
Butterscotch schnapps is one very popular ingredient every home bar should stock. You can combine it with other liqueurs like Kahlua or Irish cream, Amaretto or orange liqueur. It works with so many flavors.
Some of these drinks are a total dessert replacement. Especially the milkshake cocktails made with ice cream and topped with whipped cream and chocolate syrup.
Imagine this: a raisin-free oatmeal cookie in the form of a drink. That's what the Oatmeal Cookie cocktail tastes like, but with just a hint of orange. It's a really fun, delicious drink - excellent as a dessert drink, and perfect for cool fall evenings where it's not chilly enough to start a fire but you need something to keep you warm.
The French Toast drink recipe really does taste pretty much like its namesake. It's a sweet little cocktail, perfect as a shot or a longer drink. It's really not very good as a breakfast replacement, just in case you were wondering.
The Coco Butter starts with a familiar combination - Kahlua and milk. But then it adds a healthy dose of butterscotch schnapps, and that distinguishes it from the competition. This is a tasty, sweet and rich drink (if you use whole milk).
The Caramel Martini is definitely a taste experience. Like most candy-tinis, it's all alcohol. But there's not a hint of gin or vodka anywhere near this recipe. You get hazelnut, an almost buttery vanilla flavor and butterscotch, all mixed up into a wonderful caramel flavor.
The Butterscotch Mudslide Shake sounds like one of those sweet drinks for lightweights, but no. It's got 6 ounces of alcohol, and even though they're liqueurs and therefore not particularly high proof, this one still sneaks up on you.
The Caffeini Martini sounds a lot like the Espresso Martini, but aside from the espresso, it's actually pretty different. It blends Kahlua with chocolate and butterscotch liqueur, then adds some milk for creaminess. This makes it a rich, sweetened coffee drink with a kick.