Tiffany's StoryBefore I was a restaurant manager, I managed a bar at an Indian restaurant. Since the owners were unfamiliar with mix beverages, I had carte blanche to write whatever drink menu I chose. This was definitely my favorite and a best seller. I add even more cream than the recipe calls for to mine because I prefer to not taste the alcohol.
part creme de banane
part creme de cacao, dark
part cherry cordial
parts spiced rum, dark
parts cream or milk
optional dark chocolate syrup drizzle
1Pour all ingredients into a cocktail mixer with ice and shake.
2If making for a female, serve in a martini glass, without ice. Before pouring into glass, drip chocolate sauce on sides of martini glass. Garnish with a cherry.
3If making for a male, serve strained in a highball glass over ice (fresh ice). Cherry optional.
4You can make in any amount, like for a pitcher at a cocktail party, as long as recipe stays in the correct parts portions. Also, you can make ahead and refrigerate.
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Tiffany Bannworth MissAnubis - Dec 6, 2011
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S I SyiLuvsPastries - Dec 6, 2011
This sounds AMAZING!!! YUM!! SAVING and will definitely try this soon!
Vanessa "Nikita" Milare Kitkat777 - Dec 7, 2011
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