BECAUSE YOU'RE NEVER TOO OLD TO ENJOY DISNEY - AND BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS BETTER WITH LIQUOR
November 24, 2011
2 oz. Kahlua liqueur
2 oz. vanilla vodka
Dark roast coffee
Brew a pot of coffee, let it cool, mix with chocolate syrup, pour the coffee into an ice cube tray, and let it freeze. Place brown ice cubes in highball glass. Pour vodka and liqueur over ice and fill the rest of the glass with milk.
This drink is delicious and fun. It combines the tastes of coffee, chocolate, and vanilla seamlessly, and it is a beautiful white color peppered with dark brown spots.
Pour vodka and liqueur over ice in a highball glass. Fill with sprite. Garnish with 3 maraschino cherries.
This drink may be low key in appearance, but it is a confusing, intense flavor experience. The insane combination of smooth chocolate, spicy pepper, tangy mango, and creamy marshmallow creates a bizarre combination that is sure to surprise you.
Shake liqueur, rum, and vodka over ice and strain into a martini glass. Pour a small amount of Bacardi 151 onto a spoon. Warm the liquor over an open flame. Light the spoonful of rum and pour it on top of the drink. Remember to blow out the flame before you drink.
This drink combines the two most basic tropical flavors: coconut and banana. It is sweet and simple, but the flames create an incredibly intense ambiance.
Stir rum, whiskey, and liqueur over ice in a lowball glass. Fill with rootbeer.
This is a simple drink to make, but when it comes to taste it’s incredibly complex. The rum and ginger beer create a spicy, zesty flavor, and the combination of white chocolate and cherry bourbon make a smooth, dessert-like flavor. All together, this mystifying drink will surprise you in a delicious way.
Rim a hurricane glass with the sour pink sugar. Stir rum, liqueur, and sweet & sour mix over ice in glass, and fill rest of glass evenly with pineapple juice and papaya juice. Add a few squirts of lime juice and stir.
This is an undeniably tropical hawaiian-style drink, full of sweet fruit flavors and colored a shocking blue shade. However, there is an out-of-this-world zing delivered by the pineapple juice, lime juice, and sour sugar rim.
Stir ouzo, vodka, and liqueur over ice in a lowball glass. Fill with sprite.
This simple drink carries the classic greek anise flavor, but with the modern, tart taste of orange and cherry. The sprite creates a bubbly effect, and the combination of old and new flavors makes it a drink fit for two worlds.