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.
The Bikini Cocktail blends rum and vodka with a touch of milk, a little bit of sugar and some lemon juice. The dominant flavor is something like a lemon cream candy. It’s one of those flavors that’s simple and agreeable. It’s lightly sweet, lightly tart, lightly creamy… nothing overwhelming or challenging to the taste buds.
The Mind Game features Ricard, a particularly smooth anise-flavored liqueur. Along with the Ricard, the recipe calls for blue curacao and reduced fat milk. Orange and anise is a surprising combination – spicy, tangy and sweet. The milk takes off any rough edges and makes the whole concoction wonderfully mild. It’s a really unusual and
“Cioccolato e cocco” is Italian and means “chocolate and coconut” in English. That’s the flavor you get with this cocktail. This is a terrifically tasty drink that balances the sweetness of coconut rum and creme de cacao with milk, heavy cream and cream of coconut. That makes it a little more subtle and sophisticated than
The Aggie Banana is a delicious little blended drink that features banana and butterscotch as its main flavors in a milkshake consistency. Talk about a winner! Because of the bananas, this is actually a substantial drink that fills you up a little bit. It’s rather light on the alcohol, too, and that makes this one
The Gingerbread Martini starts vodka and milk, and adds the flavors of nutmeg, cinnamon and a little bit of chocolate. The result is a drink that tastes creamy and slightly spicy, with a light sweetness. This is a fun, festive drink, ideal for anytime during autumn or winter, or whenever you’re craving tastes like nutmeg