The Apple Cobbler cocktail tastes just like it sounds – apple, cinnamon and something creamy with hints of caramel. It really does taste a lot like apple pie. This drink obviously makes a great dessert substitute. It’s also wonderful served with milk, almost with one drink as a chaser for the other. Because a glass
The Cinnamon Toast Crunch is simply cinnamon and vanilla in the form of a drink. Those two ingredients make a delicious combination, just like the drink’s namesake. I use Goldschlager for the visual effect of those gold flakes floating around in the drink. But you can use a plain cinnamon schnapps – and if you
The Keremiki shot blends cinnamon and peppermint liqueurs with 151 proof rum. It’s kind of like the ultimate breath mint with a kick. This is a tasty little shot that’s worth drinking slowly and savoring, as opposed to chugging. It’s also intriguing as a sort of alternative cordial. The next time you’re in the mood
The Cinnamon Caramel Apple cocktail is every bit as delicious as it sounds. Cinnamon Goldschlager and caramel liqueur blend with apple cider to pack a punch that’s sweet yet powerful. Keep in mind that the amounts on the Goldschlager and the caramel liqueur can be adjusted to suit your taste. You may prefer one ounce
The Island Donkey cocktail is a blend of chocolate and coconut flavors with a touch of cinnamon. I don’t know about you, but the mere thought of those flavors together starts me drooling. Cinnamon brings out something wonderful in chocolate, and coconut is just fabulous blended with, oh, anything. This is a fabulous dessert drink,
Imagine this: a raisin-free oatmeal cookie in the form of a drink. That’s what the Oatmeal Cookie cocktail tastes like. 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.