adult root beer float
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This was on a Facebook post, and I had to save it. Robert McCay Green of Philadelphia created the first root beer float in 1874. As the story goes, he was selling cold drinks to patrons at a local community celebration. It was a particularly hot day, and he eventually ran out of ice. He got creative and bought vanilla ice cream from a neighboring vendor, and he started to add a scoop to each soda in place of ice, and voila...the root beer float was officially invented and an immediate hit. Here, that old-fashioned favorite gets an adult make-over with the addition of Kahlua and Bailey's.
Ingredients For adult root beer float
4 to 6 ozroot beer
1 shotkahlua coffee liqueur
1 shotbailey's irish cream
1 scoopvanilla ice cream
How To Make adult root beer float
1Fill a large parfait glass about 3/4 full with root beer (about 4 to 6 ounces).
2Add 1 shot of Kahlua and 1 shot of Bailey's.
3Float a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top, add a straw, and serve.
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