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. This drink is very sweet and rich, so obviously it’s a nice dessert substitute. Think of
This rich, sweet schnapps makes a great addition to so many sweet cocktails. Butterscotch schnapps is wonderful with chocolate, coffee, and flavors like Irish cream.
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. It’s fabulous as a dessert replacement, however. It’s also enjoyable as a nightcap, or
The Caramel “J” is one of those drink recipes you might refer to as an alcoholic milkshake. The addition of a ripe banana makes it especially smooth and rich. It’s definitely dessert in a glass. Serve up the Caramel “J” at parties where you want to keep guests happy but prevent any serious inebriation. The
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). Enjoy a Coco Butter as an aperitif, or after dinner for a light
Mixing milk with delicious things is a long-standing tradition for a reason: it adds a fantastic texture and some richness to the flavor. There’s something about the way milk goes down, chilling your insides bit by bit as it makes its way through your body. The Nagel Nectar mixes an equal amount of butterscotch schnapps