The Long Black Russian cocktail is a simple but delicious twist on the Black Russian. To the traditional Kahlua and vodka, you add several ounces of cola to stretch it out.
I have a feeling the Carmel Coke is actually a “caramel Coke”, and whoever named it misspelled “caramel” based on the other accepted pronunciation which is “car-mull.” Whatever the name’s all about, this is a blend of butterscotch schnapps with cola, and the result does taste rather like caramel. If you have droolingly fond memories
The Mandeville cocktail tastes a little like a cherry cola with a faint black licorice note in the background. The anisette blends in so well it’s hard to identify. This is one of those recipes that was almost very simple and sweet, but has some notes that make it more interesting without making it an
The C-MOB cocktail is very strong, featuring four and a half ounces of liquors along with some cola. It doesn’t sneak up on you, simply because you can’t put enough cola into an old-fashioned glass along with the liquors to disguise the kick. Aside from its obvious usefulness for when you’re looking to get rip-roaring
The Riedinger isn’t the prettiest cocktail out there. When you pour brown cola into green Midori, you get something that looks like swamp water. But don’t let that stop you from trying this one. The flavor of honeydew and cola with the tartness of lime is a pretty fascinating combination that grows on you quickly.